Posts Filed Under: “Pride Toronto”
Lesbian, bisexual, and queer women took to the streets for the event.
Thousands gathered for the biggest trans march in Canadian history.
The man who puts together Toronto's Pride week (with help from 2,000 of his closest friends).
Why Toronto didn't officially proclaim Lesbian and Gay Pride Day until 1991.
Celebrations, protests, and community action in the 1970s that made Toronto's Pride possible.
Artist and activist Gilbert Baker will be raising the flag at WorldPride's opening ceremony on June 20.
This year's PFLAG participants pushed back against Mayor Rob Ford's anti-gay words and actions.
The 2013 Trans Pride March brought Toronto's transexual community together.
Lesbian, bi, and queer women came out in force for this year's Dyke March.
A collection of images from the 2013 Toronto Pride Parade.
Goodwill generated by rainbow flag-raising in stark contrast to latest controversy surrounding the mayor.
Pride Toronto looks forward to hosting an international LGBT celebration.
Nominated for: undermining Pride Toronto, and Toronto's commitment to diversity.
In an attempt to circumvent the mayor's reluctance to attend Pride events, an LGBT group is planning an outing to his annual barbecue.
A series of black-and-white videos celebrates the rainbow within.
Compromise motion resolves conflict around Queers Against Israeli Apartheid's participation in the Pride parade, at least for the moment.
Pride Toronto deserves its funding, whether or not QuAIA marches in the parade.
Posters, video, ask the mayor to participate in Pride or "admit you are against us."