Gay pride parade 2010 toronto
A celebration of the diversity of the LGBT community in the Greater Toronto Area , it is one of the largest organized gay pride festivals in the world, featuring several stages with live performers and DJs , several licensed venues, a large Dyke March, a Trans March and the Pride Parade. The centre of the festival is the city's Church and Wellesley village, while the parade and marches are primarily routed along the nearby Yonge Street , Gerrard Street and Bloor Street. In , the event served as the fourth international WorldPride , and was much larger than standard Toronto Prides. The event is organized by Pride Toronto, a non-profit organization.
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Toronto Gay Pride Parade 2010 (Sunday July 4th, 2010)
Toronto Pride Parade The Pride Parade in Toronto was a stark contrast to the tension and anger of last week's G20 protests. Toronto's queer community celebrated with music, water guns, and lots of skin in Sunday's march around the Village and surrounding areas. It was only last week that Pride Toronto reversed its decision to ban the controversial group against alleged Israeli Apartheid, upsetting many members of Toronto's Jewish groups who find the term "apartheid" offensive and inaccurate. Tomer Chervinsky, a member of Kulanu Toronto, told me: "It's really important people see Israel for what it is
Toronto's Pride parade danced, sang and jumped through the city's downtown on Sunday. Controversies dogged the organizers this year, but in the end it was a loud, joyous, celebration of all things gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered. Organizers estimated 1.
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