Photo Gallery: Autostraddle NYC Rodeo Disco 2 Pride Party Photos

Hi everyone! How were your respective Pride celebrations?! We’re still recovering from ours. It was a fun weekend and it seems like it’s time to reminisce. So let’s do it with photographs!

As you may have heard, we held our 2nd Annual Rodeo Disco at Mason Dixon in NYC this past Sunday and man, you guys did not disappoint! Thanks for all who showed up and got down, and of course thanks to everyone there in spirit ’cause I know there are quite a few of you out there (wherever you are not in New York City).

So what happened? Well from what we can remember, this:

DJ Carlytron and DJ Saratonin made the dance floor hot with sweet beats:Rodeo Disco

The best dance group ever, The Spangles, sent a few dancers (out of their many)
to our party to perform for the crowd:Rodeo Disco

Rachael Hip-Flores kisses Nicole Pacent IRL too!

Autostraddle's Rodeo Disco 2

Our talented friends from Candy Slice Comedy graced us with their presence, looking amaz:Rodeo Disco

Many of our fierce attendees took on the mechanical bull all damn night, like future Autostraddler Gaby:Rodeo Disco

and GO! Mag correspondent, Sarah. You may also remember her as Miss April:

and without us even planning or anything, Kahlen from Top Model Cycle 4 was our bartender along with two other lovelies who bought our new t-shirts and sported them all night! Rodeo Disco

There’s more to be seen in our epic photo gallery including Rachel Robinson emceeing and the Pride/Dyke March — look how cute you all are! I love lesbians!

Photos by Sin Garcia, Allie Leepson, our very own style editor Becky, and of course Grace Chu of Grace The Spot!


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  1. this is like that one time in high school where everyone took off to the beach and i stayed home like a dumbassloserface and then afterwards they had all these photos and they even saw a beached jellyfish and i told them how i watched mythbusters. this is just like that but worse.

  2. I was there in spirit, but I wish I could have been there drinking spirits instead. Next yeeeear.

    PS – Where there any bull riding wardrobe malfunctions? Boobies!

    PPS – “Bull riding wardrobe malfunctions” is like that “chicken eating dog” statement. I spit in the face of grammar.

  3. Lovely pics! If I wasn’t so pooped from marching, I would’ve been there.

    PS- The girl w/the cropped blonde hair (in the 7th row, 2nd from left)…Is that Aneesa from RW Chicago?

  4. I really really really wish we could have been at this amazing party, not least of all because it’s almost certain none of our skanktastic exes would have followed us there!


  5. Looks like you had an amazing time! NYC is full of hotties!! Lovin the shots of all the lovely Autostraddle ladies-you’re all adorably cute/hot/cool/ok, now I’m just embarrassing myself.

    Even though I don’t *know* you guys IRL, these photos make me feel really happy and lucky to be part of the online Autostraddle community. You have created something really special here.

    Oh and Laneia, can I hop a lift in your time machine too? Ta.

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