Its enraging. SF Dyke March was my home DykeMarch for 20 years and I take it PERSONALLY that us RADICAL Dykes are no longer welcome at OUR Dyke March especially when theres a Trans March THE NIGHT BEFORE!!!!

I couldnt understand Jen at first when I met her and Eli online at their outrage NOT being permittedto March at THE DYKE MARCH IN NYC WHERE STONEWALL STARTED AND BLACK LESBIAN STORME DELARVAIE WAS PARTOF THAT UPRISING 50 YEARS AGO!! THEY WERE HONORING A PART OF LESBIAN HERSTORY WITH TBEIR STORME BANNER ENTIRELY APPROPIATE FOR A DYKE MARCH, AND ESPECIALLY ONE ON NEWYORK WHERETHAT HERSTORY HAPPENED 50 YEARSAGO!!!

STORME WAS A REAL LIFE BUTCH LESBIAN SHERO FOR ALL DYKES TO BE FREE!!!

Women’s Liberation Radio News

By Danielle Whitaker

1970. That was the year of the first major gay pride event in the U.S., which took place a year after the Stonewall riots.

This inaugural parade was a far cry from the oversexualized drag show that typically defines pride events today. Known then as the Christopher Street Liberation Day March, referencing the Stonewall riots and location, it kicked off a series of purpose-driven and consciousness-raising events organized by a variety of gay and lesbian rights organizations working together, including the lesbian feminist group Lavender Menace and the lesbian civil rights organization Daughters of Bilitis.

So yes, despite current attempts by queer culture to rewrite history and erase LGB individuals from our own movement, it was—if you can believe it—same-sex attracted individuals, persecuted for their same-sex attraction, who founded and built the movement to fight same-sex persecution.

Most of our parents were alive then. Many…

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