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June 9, 2011
by Davey Wavey
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11 Ways to Celebrate Gay Pride! [Video]

Yay! It’s Pride!

And so obviously I couldn’t go the month without making a talky blog with some of my favorite ways to celebrate. And surprisingly, none of them have anything to do with foreskin. Click below to check out the video:

24 Comments

  1. well….the obvious answer would be stonewall, but maybe your looking for the first pride parade which was held (I beleive) in San Fransisco

  2. I’ll be showin my gay pride on June 26 at Chicago’s FABULOUS Pride Parade!

  3. Hysterical video! Good job! I’m closing my barbershop on Saturday to attend the Gay Parade and Gay Fest in Albuquerque. Yay!!!!

  4. I wish I could do a parade but I’m closeted. Sometimes things just suck !
    Love u Davey Wavey !!!!

  5. this is my first pride out of the closet!! :)

  6. I came out to my brother this month! next step, parents, but that step is still 10 feet tall. :P

    ps Jesus outfit was awesome

  7. If I remember correctly, the modern Pride movement began June 1969 with the Stonewall riots in New York City. The first Pride parade was held the following year on June 28, 1970 in New York City.

  8. i have lady gaga as my background so i think im good :)

  9. Haha! I love your videos! I willfully celebrate my pride this month and let my freak flag fly! And every month here out!

  10. Whats with the jesus ( I think that’s what it was)

  11. I agree with Derek but as I’m an Aussie I also know that the first gay march here was in 1973 in most of the state capitals but it wasn’t until 1978 that the first Sydney Mardi Gras was held! Also I will be celebrating by coming out to my brother an two of my friends! To everyone HAPPY PRIDE MONTH!!

  12. Congrats Alex! Have Fun

  13. I came out to my dad this week thanks Davey Wavey http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tsY1tyEJzs0

  14. Dear Davey,
    You’ve changed my life. I used to always be negative and never be completely happy with my life. But ever since I started watching your videos and reading your blog, it’s helped me through some though times and helped me become the person I am today. You are my idol.
    Love always
    -Lochbot. :)

  15. OMG, Davey I found this online http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdlUSJtU5Jg
    It’s about Haley Star and I hadn’t seen it so I figured that you might not have. But please watch it. (I know it has nothing to do with this though)
    And I remember my first Pride parade.

  16. I am Sorry… I really am, but i do not understand the need to have a Gay pride parade and expose yourself to the world…

    I mean, you said once something about the dont ask, dont tell policy and that its no ones buisness to meddle with or judge a persons sexuality, so WHY i ask, WHY rub it on everyone’s face with a parade\party\celebration? How would you feel about a straight pride parade?

    Whats so pride worthy about being gay? Ok, its who you are and you should celebrate what you are and blablabla… But isnt that what celebratind birthdays all about? I still cant see a valid argument for being so pride you have to make a public anouncement about it. I mean, i am extremely proud to be a nurse and be loved by my pacients but i never had a “nurcing parade” nor i have the need to…

    I am a 25yr old gay man who lives with his loved one for a year now, we have accepted and embraced our sexuality, came out to our friends, but we don’t have the need to expose it to the world. I’m not proud for being gay nor do i regret it! I mean, consider the down points of it, you can never have a biologycal kid with your mate! And that’s a BIG deal! Thats the culmination of a lifes couple. Thats the biggest proof that you love someone! And you, by being gay, cant have it! Adoption is but an opcion, it is never the same.

    Sorry about the writting errors, my pc doesnt allow the accent in the pronoums and its been a while since ive written in english… lol

  17. I am Sorry… I really am, but i do not understand the need to have a Gay pride parade and expose yourself to the world…

    I mean, you said once something about the dont ask, dont tell policy and that its no ones buisness to meddle with or judge a persons sexuality, so WHY i ask, WHY rub it on everyone’s face with a parade\party\celebration? How would you feel about a straight pride parade?

    Whats so pride worthy about being gay? Ok, its who you are and you should celebrate what you are and blablabla… But isnt that what celebratind birthdays all about? I still cant see a valid argument for being so pride you have to make a public anouncement about it. I mean, i am extremely proud to be a nurse and be loved by my pacients but i never had a “nurcing parade” nor i have the need to…

    I am a 25yr old gay man who lives with his loved one for a year now, we have accepted and embraced our sexuality, came out to our friends, but we don’t have the need to expose it to the world. I’m not proud for being gay nor do i regret it! I mean, consider the down points of it, you can never have a biologycal kid with your mate! And that’s a BIG deal! Thats the culmination of a lifes couple. Thats the biggest proof that you love someone! And you, by being gay, cant have it! Adoption is but an opcion, it is never the same.

    Sorry about the writting errors, my pc doesnt allow the accent in the pronoums and its been a while since ive written in english… lol

  18. Ha, the Jesus joke was really fun!!

    And I’m an atheist, so for me it’s cool to only focus on all of the heathen and selfish parts of Christmas! :-)

  19. pride w friends on milwaukee lakefront.so cool.

  20. Usually the parade is big enough not to run into people you know and it is well attended by straights and gays alike. If you are really worried, you can always just walk along the parade and pretend you are going somewhere. Best of luck to you.

  21. The Compton’s Cafeteria Riots – 3 years before Stonewall
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/80/Compton.jpg

  22. I totally laughed out loudly at the last bit about Walmart, Home Depot, and Tar-jay. Laughed so intensely I scared myself a wee bit. :)

  23. I’m attending the pride parade in Columbus Ohio and going to the Bat’n Rouge softball game. I’m thinking of changing my work computer wall paper to the rainbow barcode that says “I am born this way” at the bottom.

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