Will there be a Gay Pride Parade in West Hollywood this year? According to the official website www.lapride.org the 2018 LA Pride Parade will take place on Sunday, June 10 with “more details coming soon.” Although few “details” been released about the 2018 LA Pride Festival and Pararde, Christopher Street West (CSW), the non-profit behind the
This Resist March article originally appeared in wehotimes.com on June 17, 2017. The LA Pride Resist March is now one for the LGBT history books. Most of us will look back on June 11, 2017, and feel the very definition of Pride. We will remember how we woke up at the ass-crack of dawn to march in solidarity with our LGBT
The LGBTQ+ community has come a long way these past decades. That was made clear to me in my resent experiences at Resist March, LA Pride and most currently during this year’s London Pride. I love Pride. I came out of the closet a few weeks before LA Pride in 2001 and had the time of
The LA Pride #ResistMarch is now one for the LGBT history books. Most of us will look back on June 11, 2017, and feel the very definition of Pride. We will remember how we woke up at the ass-crack of dawn to march in solidarity with our LGBT brothers and sisters and those who are allied
“So what are you wearing to the Resist March for LA Pride?” I asked him nonchalantly. “I have no interest in going to that crap.” He responded, curtly. “I don’t want to attend an anti-Trump protest. I think they’re stupid. People who go to those things are just being haters.” “But the Resist March is
It was a beautiful sunny day in Los Angeles. It was Spring Break, Easter Weekend and the Coachella festival was in full swing, but that did not discourage thousands upon thousands of Angelenos from gathering at Pershing Square in Downtown Los Angeles and marching to City Hall to call out Trump to release his damn
WeHo’s grip on Pride may fail. It nearly happened before, and may well happen this year. The year was 2000, and because of Board President Joe Cappodono’s abrasive leadership, Christopher Street West’s (CSW) board of volunteer directors dwindled to only three newbies when it came to putting on the 2000 L.A. Pride Parade and Festival.