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June 13, 2011
Whether or not you made it to West Hollywood to join the estimated 400,000 people that celebrated LA Pride last weekend, you can still enjoy tons of photos from the parade right here with just a click.
SheWired was on site for the parade, marching proud with the AIDS/Lifecycle 10 riders and snapping pictures of all the joyous participants at 2011’s Pride.
Check out pics of a fire truck full of Micky’s bar employees (go-go dancers included, of course), many Gay-Straight Alliances and college LGBT organizations, this year’s Grand Marshal, Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir, and the U-haul trucks driven by cast members of Showtime’s lesbian reality series The Real L Word.
With so many photos in our slideshow, you’ll feel just like you were there. See the slideshow at Gay.com!
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