Category Archives: GAY PRIDE

GAY PRIDE MARCH…..NYC 2017

The NYC PRIDE MARCH started in 1970 as a civil rights demonstration on the first anniversary of the STONEWALL Uprising.


Now it is one of the world’s most famous LGTB events.  Today there were 350 marching contingents…………37,000 marchers and 2 million spectators.


It was a day for LOVE…………and pride in being gay.

It is a year when gays are under stress over TRUMP’S policies.  There were many groups in the parade today focused more on protest rather than celebration.

 

TITS and ASS add to the fun…..GAY PRIDE NYC 2017

GAY and PROUD…..the Pride March in NYC today.  It is wonderful to be confident with who we are and proud of our bodies…and no shame in showing them off.

TWO MILLION spectators lined the route down 5th Avenue.

37,000 marchers joined the parade.  It was exhilarating.

PRIDE………Gays, Lesbians and Tranny’s are all here…………

The streets of New York are packed with people who have descended on the city…….ready to march in the PRIDE parade on Sunday.

The parade will have 25,000 marchers and 200,000 spectators lining Fifth Avenue.

The EYES of BUSHWICK

The artists of BUSHWICK do their thing with EYES.………..as have artists thru the centuries……..the eye is clue to the soul……….providing there is a soul………

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People Watching in BUSHWICK

The streets of BUSHWICK…………the people of BUSHWICK………..

and the ART……..my camera loves them all.

THRIFTY SHOPPING at Housing Works Thrift Store

Shopping at Housing Works Thrift Store on Columbus Avenue is always fun…….there is no TRASH here…………..it is all TREASURES.

All of the profits go to AIDS victims…………help with their housing………meds…….and employment.

 Do shop at Housing Works and help with the fight against AIDS.

HOUSING WORKS THRIFT • Design on a Dime

Housing Works Thrift Store returned to the Metropolitan Pavilion this week-end and presented 60 room vignettes from New York’s top interior designers………….raising one half million dollars to help in the fight to end AIDS and homelessness in New York.

Some of the designers were Antonino Buzzetta……….Ballard Designs………….BUNGALOW 5……Nick Olson………..Root CellarDesigns…….Studio Edo………Timothy Brown Studio.

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I am sure you can guess which chair ended up in my apartment.