Forty-four years ago, the highlight of Seattle's first ever Gay Pride Week was a picnic in Pioneer Square attended by people. Today, PrideFest attracts as many as 50, people to Seattle Center and Capitol Hill, as well as events across the city. What started as a protest has become a victory celebration and a testament to the progress made toward LGBTQ freedom and equality. Of course, it's easier to have a blast if you know which of the dozens of events to hit -- from early morning dance parties and booze cruises, to who knows how many drag shows. That's where we come in. Seattle Pride.
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A matter of Pride: Seattle's early embrace of LGBTQ rights
Seattle Pride - Wikipedia
Here are nine professionals across the country who are surviving and thriving as artists, designers, and entertainers. Summer is right around the corner! And we've got 20 great local festivals and fairs to celebrate the season and the sun, from today through September. See you out there!
The 2018 Pride Awards
Following and recommending all social distancing guidelines and recommending that all wear masks. A community promoted event celebrating diversity and community pride, remembering Stonewall on its 51th Anniversary and local history. Please visit your local community restaurants and businesses! Thank You Seattle Trading Musician! Thank You Castle Megastore!
Straight pride is a slogan that arose in the late s and early s that has primarily been used by social conservatives as a political stance and strategy. Straight pride backlash incidents have generated controversy and media attention. School policies and court decisions regarding freedom of expression have drawn particular attention, spotlighting individuals protesting school expressions against harassment of LGBTQ adolescents. Newspaper coverage of the events was minor, since, in the s, huge marches and mass rioting had become commonplace and the Stonewall riots were relatively small.