Keila Cisneros takes a photo of her sister, Marina, in front of a mural on Market street that says "Pride 2018." "I'm here to support my sister who just came out as bisexual and my best friend who is totally gay," said Cisneros with a giggle. (Anne Wernikoff/KQED)
San Francisco Pride kicked off its final day Sunday with the annual parade that takes over Market Street in downtown San Francisco.
From floats full of people bedecked in colorful costumes to contingents from various organizations, the parade stretching from Embarcadero to Civic Center is always one of the marquee events for San Francisco Pride weekend. Organizers estimated 100,000 people attended and an additional 50,000 participated in the parade itself.
This year's theme was "Generations of Strength," with Dykes on Bikes once again leading the pack. This year's ride was a particularly meaningful one as the group honored one of its co-founders, Soni Wolf, who died earlier this year.