Each year, supporters and participants in the Boston Pride Parade and Dyke March paint the town red… and orange, and yellow, and every other color of the rainbow. Pride Week is something that we at the Dig hold in high regard (we dedicated an entire issue to it after all), along with others who are activists for diversity, equality, and basic human rights. It’s an important part of the LGBT community, and one of the biggest events Boston has all year.
If you were anywhere near the Boston Common on June 8, then you know what I’m talking about.
If you weren’t able to make it out there, or just wanted to see more of the parade that you may have missed, then you’re in luck because we were able to take a bunch of shots of signs, costumes, performers, and audiences to re-create the Pride Week experience.
Who knows, you might even see yourself in one of those photos. But as well all know, what happens at the Pride Parade stays at the Pride Parade.
BOSTON PRIDE PARADE:
BOSTON DYKE MARCH: