Heron, left, and Endora hula hoop together amidst Pride celebrations at Dolores Park. For Endora, Pride is about complete acceptance. 'It’s about being free to flow with life, and the circumstances that are presenting themselves. It’s flexibility while still maintaining a sense of who we are, who I am, and I am a lesbian. People may deny that, people may not accept that, but I am a lesbian. That is a philosophy that is feminine [and] the feminine has a voice.' (Sruti Mamidanna/KQED)
A day after the Trans March kicked off San Francisco Pride weekend at Dolores Park, revelers were back at the park on Saturday for the 27th annual Dyke March.
Like the Trans March on Friday, the Dyke March featured a day full of festivities at Dolores Park before an evening march through the Mission.
"Pride to me means the freedom for everyone to love and be in relationships with people without judgement and with the freedom to live our lives without oppression," said Namoi Tucker, who has been at every Dyke March since it began in 1993. "On this 50th anniversary of Stonewall I think Pride is something we should all be thinking about in terms of everyone’s liberation."