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The crowd at 2015 Toronto Pride Parade on Bloor Street.

Photos: 2015 Toronto Pride Parade

Here are the photos of the 2015 Toronto Pride Parade. I wasn’t really motivated to finish the Pride because it got boring. I don’t like it when each group has more than 50 people marching and do nothing but walk. Not even cheering. It got drag. So, I decided to just go somewhere else. Or […]

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Celina Jaitly and Cyndi Lauper led the Toronto Pride Parade 2015 despite constant drizzle and cold temperature.

Celina Jaitly and Cyndi Lauper at 2015 Toronto Pride Parade

This year, Toronto Pride Parade has three International Grand Marshalls: Pussy Riot from Russia, Celina Jaitly from India and Cyndi Lauper from the USA. Celina Jaitly is a successful Bollywood actress who is very vocal in fighting LGBT rights in her native India where it is still a crime being gay. She is an ambassador […]

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Pussy Riot Led 2015 Toronto Pride Parade despite drizzle and cold weather.

Pussy Riot Led Toronto Pride Parade 2015

Pussy Riot led Toronto Pride Parade 2015 amidst constant drizzle and chilly temperature. And oh, they didn’t just led—but they made quiet an entrance—inside a huge, red missile carried by an army truck. Boy, that was the best entrance of any International Grand Marshall Pride Toronto ever had since I arrived here in 2005. Pussy […]

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The Shirtless Boys of World Pride 2014 Toronto

The Shirtless Boys of World Pride

I didn’t intend to write a separate blog entry of these shirtless boys of World Pride in Toronto until the Pride Parade was almost over. It was 6 hours long — and shirtless, sexy boys are all over (me) and they’re the ones that made the crowd (especially girls and gays) screamed to the top […]

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WorldPride Parade 2014 Toronto

World Pride Parade Toronto 2014 Photos

World Pride Parade Toronto 2014 celebrations might be over, but I still have my hangover. In fact, I am writing this right now with my head a bit spinning. The poster on my wall motivates me to just go through the day: BE CALM AND CARRY ON.  World Pride Toronto 2014 just had a 10-day […]

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Dyke March Toronto 2014 - World Pride Edition

World Pride Dyke March

Yesterday’s World Pride Dyke March turned out to be the most participated Dyke March in my 4 years of covering it. It’s louder this year and the march route is longer (I think). I’ve never seen so many lesbians in my life before and this year is record-breaking. And as one male spectator (whom I […]

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Pop Goes Pride with Carly Rae Jepsen World Pride Toronto 2014

Pop Goes Pride with Carly Rae Jepsen

MTV Canada brought Pop Goes Pride with Carly Rae Jepsen, Dragonette and Fefe Dobson. These three LGBT allies owned the stage like everyday is World Pride—and they certainly made the glorious event a night to remember. Enjoy these photos like you were there in body and soul. Read: World Pride Toronto 2014 Sofonda Cox opened […]

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Reasons Why Drag Queens Are Superstars Adore delano

Reasons Why Drag Queens are Superstars

Last night, a crowd of 5,000 Pride revelers (including drag wannabes and queens) devirginized the newly-renovated Cawthra Park. And there were still hundreds of people who couldn’t make it inside due to its limited venue. Green Space presented Starry Night with a bevy of queens from Ru Paul’s Drag Race. For World Pride Toronto 2014 […]

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Underwear Show at California Cafe for World Pride

Drooling at the Underwear Show

Cafe California’s annual Pride tradition of showing off sexy underwears and spilling out muscled flesh onto Church Street never failed to get someone a boner. No, it wasn’t me. I overheard it from the guy standing behind me who told his two friends that they laughed hard and looked down at his crotch. LOL… Me? I […]

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Melissa Etheridge and Deborah Cox Rock the World Pride Toronto Opening Ceremonies

Melissa Etheridge and Deborah Cox Rock the World Pride Toronto Opening Ceremonies

World Pride Toronto celebrations started with star-studded Opening Ceremonies at Nathan Phillips Square where thousands came to jam with the proud and out and Grammy-winning country singer Melissa Etheridge who never failed to keep everyone on their feet. Multi-platinum pop sensation Deborah Cox did show-stopper numbers in a makeshift, floating stage. All-American Boy Steve Grand […]

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