Topics :: Philadelphia Gay Pride
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"The City of Brotherly Love" takes on new meaning as Pennsylvania embraces marriage equality and Philadelphia rolls out the red carpet for LGBT visitors.
Philadelphia celebrated their 26th Annual Pride Parade. An added bonus this year was that fifteen couples were married in the shadow of Independence Hall!! EDGE was front and center to get you all the photos!
Everyone had a great time supporting the LGBT community and enjoying the many vendors and fantastic entertainment with Master of Ceremonies Henri David. The Village People, along with many other performers, helped to make this a wonderful event.
Woody's hosted a block party featuring performers from some of their shows. In addition the performances stopped so that everyone could cheer Philly Dyke March that came through during the show. It's was truly a sight to be seen!!
This past Friday, in the heart of the Gayborhood, they held the annual block party hosted by Philly Pride Presents with area bars bringing the dancing out into the streets until the wee hours.
The SugarHouse Casino was the place to be for the kickoff of Philadelphia's 2014 Pride Season. The event was hosted by Brittany Lynn and brought together the best of the area shows in the Gayborhood.
Following the 11th annual New Hope Pride Parade was a fabulous block party all under the sunny skies of Philly. EDGE has the photos.
The 11th Annual New Hope Pride parade started in Lambertville with a wedding overseen by the Mayor, then crossed the bridge into New Hope, meeting the Mayor of New Hope in the middle. From there the parade continued through New Hope.
Looking for a day trip to celebrate National Coming Out Day? Look no further than the City of Brotherly Love for a packed itinerary and one of the LGBT’s community’s biggest block parties.
Outspoken drag queen Mimi Imfurst, has taken to social media with an open letter to protest an alleged ban on her participation in Philadelphia’s OutFest National Coming Out Day event.
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