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St Patrick’s Day: Homos not welcome!

Yes, you read that correctly. Gays need not apply to participate in the annual St Patrick’s Day Parade, held this year this coming Sunday, March 17th, in South Boston. Again, the organizers of the celebration have turned down all groups from the LGBT community, invoking the Supreme Court ruling that allows them to decline registrations on the basis of the community represented by those who wish to march. And yes, that IS discrimination against our community!

To protest this discrimination and remind that the Boston Pride Parade welcomes EVERYONE, Boston Pride is delighted to announce its sponsorship of the Peace Parade, to be held this Sunday in South Boston, right after the St Patrick’s Day Parade.

*Help fight discrimination against the LGBT community by participating in the Peace Parade*

Spread the word and forward widely – we cannot accept this discrimination any longer!

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support the Peace Parade by making a donation: click here

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3 Comments

  1. Natasha rivera
    Posted March 14, 2013 at 12:12 am | Permalink

    I didnt know lgbt groups couldnt march if i would. Known this along time ago inwould not send my girls to dance in this parade is it possible for my team to march with u guys eighth after just to demonstrate peace and equality for all ??

  2. Posted March 15, 2013 at 4:30 am | Permalink

    It is beyond my understanding that in this country there could be such blatant and naked discrimination. I am saddened by this state of affairs. To my brothers and sisters in the LGBT community I want to say that II am deeply disappointed in those Bostonian s who would close their eyes to such deplorable behavior. I honor VFP members who are joining the LGBT march and long for the day that all men and women will treat each other with compassion and equality. John Spitzberg, VFP, Chapter 099.

  3. Elizabeth Buckingha
    Posted March 16, 2013 at 11:22 am | Permalink

    If I were Boston I would be in the Peace Parade . I am proud to have been in Pride parades in Boston when my son lived there

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