Cops with canines, rainbow bracelets and plenty of smiles walked, drove and dished out some swag in the Atlanta Pride parade on Sunday.
The contingent of gay officers from Atlanta police and MARTA, along with at least one Atlanta firefighter, came armed with a float too, like they did for the first time last year. The group included the two LGBT liaisons for Atlanta police – Brian Sharp (top photo) and Eric King, who was appointed in early August.
The group had it easy, unlike their colleagues who had to deal with those nasty protesters.
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