News :: Pride
Days after being inadvertently outed on TV, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook surprised the LGBT community Sunday when he attended the San Francisco Pride Parade, celebrating with 5,000 Apple employees who marched under the slogan, "Apple Pride."
Gay pride parades held around the nation Sunday drew huge crowds of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people and their supporters who celebrated after a year of numerous same-sex marriage victories.
In the U.S., celebrations are planned Sunday from coast to coast: in New York, Chicago, Seattle, San Francisco, as well as many smaller cities. Festivals were held Saturday in France, Spain, Mexico and Peru.
There’s a gay revolution brewing in Dallas, and it’s against an unlikely foe: The Pride Parade, which has become, some say, become sanitized and corporatized.
An anti-gay Christian group has targeted Twin Cities Pride for some good old-fashioned "hate the sin" loving.
A gay pride march is set Saturday in Floyd, a tiny southwest Virginia town that in recent years has become a haven for artists, musicians and people looking to get back to nature.
From Starbucks to eBay to Macy’s, the increasing visibility of corporations at the parade in Utah and at others across the country in recent years comes as same-sex marriage bans fall in the courts and polls show greater public acceptance of gay marriage.
To celebrate Seattle Pride’s 40th anniversary, Starbucks officials raised a huge 800-square-foot rainbow flag overs its headquarters in Washington state Monday.
The final week of Pride month kicked off with a good old fashioned boycott from the religious right when anti-gay group American Family Association launched a campaign against Macy’s department stores for their support of gay pride events.
A group of local area Boy Scouts will be defying the BSA Scout Oath and Scout Law this Sunday when they wear their uniforms as part of the Color Guard at the 44th Annual Gay Pride March down Fifth Avenue in New York City.