Philly Pride Presents

Philly Pride Presents

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Philadelphia, PA  ·  We are the organizers of the PhillyPride Parade and Festival in June, the Annual Reminders Block Party in July, and the amazing OutFest celebration in October!
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Here's just a few pride flags. There are soooo many sexualities and genders besides this: demisexual, agender, polysexual, and gender fluid just to name a few. It's a spectrum, not a few choices.

Here's just a few pride flags. There are soooo many sexualities and genders besides this: demisexual, agender, polysexual, and gender fluid just to name a few. It's a spectrum, not a few choices. And yes us lesbians have our own flag

Gladys Bentley was born on August 12, 1907. She was the eldest of 4 children born to a Trinidad born mother, Mary Mote (Bentley) and an American born father, George L. Bentley. Gladys left home at 16 years old. Like many African Americans of her generation she ended up in New York City’s Harlem, the...Read More »

Gladys Bentley was born on August She was the eldest of 4 children born to a Trinidad born mother, Mary Mote (Bentley) and an American born father, George L. Gladys left home at …

Bayard Rustin was a civil rights organizer and activist, best known for his work as adviser to Martin Luther King Jr. in the 1950s and ’60s. Bayard Rustin was born in West Chester, Pennsylvania, on March 17, 1912. He moved to New York in the 1930s and was involved in pacifist groups and early civil...Read More »

Civil Rights activist Bayard Rustin, spokesman for the Citywide Committee for Integration, talks on the phone at the organization's headquarters at Silcam Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, New York. Burns/New York Times Co.

10. Marsha P. Johnson was born on June 27, 1944 in New Jersey. Her birth name was Malcolm Michaels, Jr. Marsha moved to Manhattan, New York, in the mid 1960s and would become well known in the city’s drag scene. 9. Marsha is known as a transgender and gay activist. (The terms vary depending on...Read More »

10. Marsha P. Johnson was born on June 27, 1944 in New Jersey. Her birth name was Malcolm Michaels, Jr. Marsha moved to Manhattan, New York, in the mid 1960s and would become well known in the city’s drag scene. 9. Marsha is known as a transgender and gay activist. (The terms vary depending on...Read More »

Keystone Pride symbol

Keystone Pride symbol

I love these Crosswalks! So glad they fixed them up for the block party.

I love these Crosswalks! So glad they fixed them up for the block party.

You never know who will be hangin' out with our Pride Crew at the Philly Pride Festival

You never know who will be hangin' out with our Pride Crew at the Philly Pride Festival 😎

Wind Dancers at Philly Pride 2015

Wind Dancers at Philly Pride 2015

We  our volunteers!

We 💜 our volunteers!

Can't say it enough. The Pride Crew ROCKS!

Can't say it enough. The Pride Crew ROCKS!