A participant in the San Francisco lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender pride celebration and parade. Lenny Broberg, an inspector with the San Francisco police department, hugs boyfriend Eric Kissenger while marching in San Francisco's 42nd annual gay pride parade. Michelle Halpain, a volunteer with President Barack Obama's re-election campaign, joins fellow democrats marching in San Francisco's 42nd annual gay pride parade. A dog owner painted their pet rainbow in honor of the San Francisco lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender pride celebration and parade.
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And attendance at those parades has skyrocketed in recent years, with setting records — led by the first-ever 5 million plateau reached by Sao Paulo, Brazil. New York, June New York has had a great run of late, with 2. The first parade was held in , honoring the Stonewall riots in Manhattan, which were a tipping point for the gay liberation movement in the United States. Madrid, Spain, July 7: Madrid did its best to be the biggest in , reaching 3.
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Police reported just 15, spectators. But the parade already had the self-confident, celebratory and happily subversive spirit that continues today — now known as San Francisco Pride, which is expected to attract a million-plus to the center of the city on June The Chronicle, less than two years after writing a editorial supporting same-sex marriage, offered positive coverage of the march, then called the Christopher Street West Parade.
Unlike the many previous raids that had taken place at the Christopher Street establishment, this one inspired the bar's patrons to fight back. The Stonewall Riots, as the days-long protest became known, is credited as the spark that ignited the modern-day LGBTQ-rights movement. The last time a cop bodily heaved her in. What had been a routine crackdown on an illegal bar took a turn when pennies and dimes started to whiz through the air and toward the police.