Gay pride parades
Gay pride parades
- Gay pride marches
- LGBT pride parades
- Pride parades, Gay
- found: Work cat.: Loudes, C.M.H. Handbook on observations of pride marches, 2006: PDF p. 6 (During the year 2006, hundreds of Pride Marches will take place around the world) p. 38 (Pride parades)
- found: Johnston, L. Queering tourism : paradoxical performances at gay pride parades, 2005.
- found: Encyclopedia of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender history in America, 2004 (Pride marches and parades; marches and parades celebrating "pride" and protesting oppression; LGBT pride parades; pride parades; gay liberation parade; LGBT marches became annual events in most major U.S. cities ... took the form of public parades; pride march)
- found: GLBTQ : an encyc. of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender & queer culture, via WWW, Sept. 2, 2006 (Parades and Marches. Both parades and marches serve to render a community visible, but the purposes of the two kinds of events are different. Marches typically have the goal of effecting political or social change, whereas parades are celebratory. In practice, the distinction is not always so clear: some contingents in a parade may bear messages of political protest, and marches may have festive elements or be part of a larger program that includes concerts or picnics and similar events; pride parades; sometimes the pride celebrations are purely celebratory, but most often they are also political, the occasion for lobbying for glbtq rights or protesting injustice; gay pride marches; gay pride parades; within the last decade lesbians have begun holding "dyke marches" in such cities as Chicago and Toronto)
- found: Wikipedia, Sept. 2, 2006 (Gay pride parade. A pride parade is part of a festival or ceremony ... to commemorate the struggle for LGBT rights and LGBT pride ... The first marches were both serious and fun, and served to inspire the widening activist movement; more and more annual marches started up in other cities throughout the world. In New York and Atlanta the marches were called "Gay Liberation Marches" ... in San Francisco and Los Angeles they became known as "Gay Freedom Marches" ... In the 1980s there was a cultural shift in the gay movement and they dropped "Gay Liberation" and "Gay Freedom" from the names, replacing them with "Gay Pride"; gay pride march)
- found: USA today, June 24, 2006, via WWW, viewed Sept. 2, 2006 (article "Gay pride marches roll through European cities"; gays and lesbians took to the streets of European cities Saturday in a mass demonstration of pride; demonstrations and marches; gay pride parade)
- found: Google search, Sept. 2, 2006 (601,000 for "gay pride parade" and 91,200 for "gay pride parades"; 126,000 hits for "gay pride march" and 22,700 for "gay pride marches")
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- 2011-02-02: revised
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