San Francisco loves getting all decked out for a party. In the past, city has shown support for local teams by gussying up in Warriors Blue and 49er Red. But this weekend’s Pride celebration proved more colors = more awesome.
Arnold Schwarzenegger channeled the Terminator for a snappy reply to an anti-gay marriage Facebook fan after he turned his profile photo rainbow for pride celebrations.
In stark contrast to the cooperative spirit of San Francisco’s Pride parade Sunday, across the globe in Istanbul, the Pride march was marred by violent clashes with local police.
Texas’ conservative Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton called the Supreme Court decision giving same-sex couples the right to marry a “lawless ruling” and said state workers can cite their religious objections in denying marriage licenses.
Tech companies strutted their pride Sunday as Apple, Google, Yahoo, Facebook, Uber and hundreds other high-tech employees came out in full force for the 45th Annual Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco.
It was a party getting into San Francisco for Sunday’s Gay Pride Parade. Paradegoers were in a raucous, good mood as they crowded onto BART trains, ferries, and Caltrains heading to The City.
Police in San Francisco responded when shots rang out at the Civic Center Plaza. It happened during Saturday’s gay pride celebrations and was caught on video.
California Newspaper Saturday Editions Go Big With Same-Sex Marriage But Red Bluff Paper’s Front Page Ignores History
Most California newspapers, as well as those around the nation, played the Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage high on their Saturday edition front pages — not so in Red Bluff.
Get ready to see a Pride Parade unlike any ever before.
This weekend’s big Pride Parade may be in San Francisco, but that didn’t stop Silicon Valley leaders from (digitally) waiving the rainbow flag in support of Friday’s Supreme Court ruling ending bans on same-sex marriage.
Scenes we saw along Market Street at the 44th Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco
Here’s a look at some stars who are living openly gay lives, and realizing that it is “in to be out.”
Each year, San Francisco Pride draws hundreds of thousands of people to Downtown San Francisco to celebrate gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender pride. Here are a few pictures from the festivities over the years.