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Gay Pride London, 7th July 2012 - Jun 27 2012, 12:15 PM

Blue-Eyes-Lion - soEmo.co.uk
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Hey everyone, I just thought I'd make a post about London Gay Pride, which this year is on the 7th July. This year London is also the official host of World Pride, which is of course very exciting. Being transsexual, Pride is very important to me, and I wanted to get a bit of a discussion going about LGBT pride and see if anyone is/how many people are going.
What do you think about Pride? Will you be attending any pride parades in your local area?

http://www.pridelondon.org

If anyone's going to pride and would like to meet up, it would be great to get together with a few other people from the site.

Becca x
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Jun 27 2012, 05:16 PM

If I was closer I'd have gone. I have been to the one in Birmingham before and had a fantastic day :)
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Jun 28 2012, 02:49 AM

I'm not going to any pride parades this year. I accidentally went to the one in Seattle in 09(I think). We were there for my sister's wedding, but the parade was going on that same week. I was walking back to my hotel room with my mom, and the parade was on the street that my hotel was also on, so we kinda got stuck in the crowds of people. It was a bit awkward. That was my first big experience with LGBT people because there aren't many of them in my town. Also, a good amount of people there were almost completely naked, so that didn't make it any less awkward for a 12 year old me. But I also think that was a good think for me 'cause I think it helped me realize I'm pansexual and trans. I hope to go to another parade soon..maybe when I'm a bit older.
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Jun 28 2012, 04:41 PM

I would love to go to a parade! But realistically, I won't be able to go :( And my area doesn't have a very active LGBT scene, so there'll be no local parades :(
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Jul 01 2012, 02:49 PM

I just went to my first Pride parade in Dulin yesterday and it was one of the best days ever!!!! So much fun!!!! And it was really mind opening and inspirational. Even if applied to other things, like being emo. Basically makes me feel more comfortable in my own skin.

Going every year now!!!!!! :D
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Jul 02 2012, 02:48 PM

These sort of events are usually very friendly and the atmosphere is great. The same goes for gay friendly clubs/bars.
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Jul 14 2012, 01:01 AM

I would go/have gone, but there's two things:

1. Plymouth is not London. And I hate road trips.
2. I haven't told anyone that I actually know in real life that I'm bi, because I hate myself for it.


Oh well. I'll just hope that my doctors can fix my glands before two months time or I'm a goner. But if they do, I'll go to the next Plymouth one.
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