“The work she did at City Hall enabled us to position Philadelphia as the greatest LGBT city in the country.”
Throughout the years, the San Francisco Dyke March has grown to the largest in the nation, attended by up to 50,000 queer humans who show up to the march to participate, not just observe. Molly Adams snapped these shots of the beautiful attendees of this year’s San Francisco Dyke March.
In which some Dykes on Bikes take on the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Start your engines.
Was the world’s first dyke a snappy dresser, a 1st-century warrior queen, or a tiny antelope?
“I continued to make intense eye contact with my interviewer, concentrating to the point of not blinking. To her credit, she did sometimes look down, but it was usually to take in my tie, skipping my face altogether.”
“If I wear my heart on my sleeve – and I do these days, much to the shock and dismay of a butch gone prematurely tender – then the sleeve itself is my masculinity.”