Lesbians of every stripe unite for Dyke March

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The Atlanta Pride lineup of options is nothing if not diverse. Every size, shape, color, creed and community niche has a place at the table. Even within events like the Dyke March, everyone is welcome to fly their true colors.

So it was on Saturday evening when scores of women gathered at Piedmont Park’s Charles Allen gate to step off in the annual Dyke March. True to form, lipstick lesbians, alternaqueers, trans folks and gay men joined the dykes, bois and studs looking to show their Pride on a walk along the streets surrounding Pride.

Dyke March is just the tip of hundreds of Pride photos. View our full Atlanta Pride coverage.

Photos by Sher Pruitt


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