Favorite Advocate photographer Miguel Angel Reyes is on a New York jaunt for Pride and happened to catch Folsom Street East.Â Folsom Street East 2017 celebrated 20 years of bringing the kink, leather, and fetish communities together on the streets of NYC to support, recognize, and give back to the LGBTQ community.Â This year and every year, they saluted the people who make life a little more special and a little more strange just by having the courage to be themselves.
You have marched, represented, supported, and become woke. Now it's time for these Los Angeles pridesters to get down. Sometimes we forget the best part of Pride is just being gay. Â Justin David, Paul Nicholls, and Jake Resnicow, in associationÂ with ACTION!, get that totally, and so presented the Pride closing tea dance party at the megaclub 1OAK on Sunset Boulevard. Looks like these guys worked out a lot of tension after being all political and stuff.
The iconic launch-of-summer party, Submerge, was at Flaunt this year on the spectacular rooftop of the W Hotel in the heart of Hollywood. The view was breathtaking. Read more below. Even though the sun struggled through the legendary June gloom of Los Angeles, the shirts and shorts came off. The beats, supplied by Little Boots, Glovibes, and Noir D Costas, vibrated down to Hollywood Boulevard far below. Another successful summer has been launched just in time for Pride by Justin David Presents.
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Selecting a term
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