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LGBT culture in New York City
It was nasty, man. But man, these pics and words by Allan Tannenbaum make it vividly clear what NYC was truly like back then— probably just what Jaybird was talking about. Long-abandoned Pier 48 being used by gay men as a rendezvous for casual sex. Dirty, dangerous, and destitute. This was New York City in the s.
This weekend, the world is observing the 50th anniversary of the first New York City Pride Parade, that celebration of LGBTQ identity known for its floats, feathers and corporate sponsors. Instead, there's Global Pride , a hour line up of performances and inspiring messages involving organizations from all over the world. But the first Pride parade didn't have celebrities or floats. It didn't even have speakers. It wasn't a parade at all, but a protest march.