Mathew Kumar May. 5th, 5:16 pm
But the real question is why didn't the Dyke Marchers make the homophobic pastor feel more included and welcomed?
Three key takeaways for Toronto after riding the metro in Sweden's capital city.
During the 1960s and 1970s, Colonel Sanders resided in suburban Toronto.
Indigenous artist and grand marshall Kent Monkman was at the front, and Black Lives Matter Toronto unexpectedly closed the procession to cheers from a supportive crowd.
At about halfway, marchers took part in a die-in by laying on the concrete to symbolize the violence done to queer women’s bodies.