It's sad but true!
Called a map of gay history so I can understand why the story focuses on past lgbt folks. I love the history and really enjoyed reading this story.
I was on the board during the time of Charleston Pride moving downtown and I will say with a loud voice that the decision was only made after a survey went out to hundreds of pride participants. The board was met with overwhelmingly amounts of people wanting pride to at least attempt to hold the parade downtown! We went into the City of Charleston office and were granted a permit to hold the event downtown Charleston. I know we were all shocked especially since most people thought it would never happen! To look at this as a bad thing is just awful! Charleston Pride could easily change venues and I think mixing it up is a great thing. Instead of complaining why don't you join the pride board and make a push to alternate between downtown and North Charleston! I for one am 100% for that!!!!
Not hiding behind a vague screen name!
It's a good day in our country!
we are very excited!
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