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Dyke March LA 2007

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I know it may come as a shocking revelation to some of you who know me, but yes, last night I actually put on comfortable shoes and - exercised. OK, I still wore my mules. I always wear my mules.

But I walked.

Really fast too - it is impossible to keep up with those dang bikes!

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(Photo essay of the DYKE March down Sunset blvd. during Pride Week after the jump. A few pics may be PG-13)

Some of the bicycle riders were fresh off of the AIDS ride. Xochitl Brown gets the crowd excited - oh, and she also gives us a pep talk!

And off we go!

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Off Ramp are not only parade queens, burlesque performers, and float designers, they also design their own line of clothing!

Is it ironic that I didn't get a picture of the lesbian visibility sign until it was almost too dark to see it?


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