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Portraits of Pride: Dyke March LA 2008
Last weekend LA was home to not one, but TWO dyke marches! If there's one thing dykes love, it's marching! We love marching too! And motorcycles! And music! And sexy women! LAist photographers Elise Thompson and Tom Andrews were on hand Saturday at Dyke March LA in Silverlake to catch all of the action.
Check out Monday's coverage of LA Pride, yesterday's coverage of the Friday night West Hollywood Dyke March, and stay tuned after the jump for video of the semi-nsfw motorcycle with a very special secret!
Now let's get marching!
Kim Airs of grandopening.com had embedded a sex toy in a very strategic location on her motorcycle seat. It was surprisingly easy to get women to "try out the seat" or "pose for a picture on the bike" so Kim could zap them. Thanks to Kim, and to all of the good sports who agreed to let us post video of their "Candid Camera" moment..
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