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Boston Pride - June 2021

Boston Pride has organized a series of events for the month of June that will bring LGBTQ people together to commemorate over 50 years of Pride in Boston, to honor the network of care that comprises LGBTQ community, and to celebrate the always fabulous and multi-faceted expressions of LGBTQ culture. 


Pride Plans for 2021

Boston is always out and always welcoming, and you’re invited to celebrate Boston’s annual Boston Pride Week from June 4 – June 13, 2021. A two-week festival bringing people together, stirring the mind, creating safe spaces, and fostering inclusivity, equality, respect and awareness.

Events & Activities

LGBT in Three

Presented by Boston Spirit, “LGBT in Three” is your place for a weekly video recap of New...

24th Annual Lesbians & Friends LGBTQ+ Virtual Dance Featuring Lily Tomlin

The 24th Annual Lesbians & Friends LGBTQ+ Dance will take place virtually on Saturday, October...

Boston's LGBTQ Past

A gay and lesbian culture flourished in Boston, in private homes, the theatre, coffee houses, the...

Alan Cumming and Ari Shapiro: Och & Oy! A Considered Cabaret

At long last, we are excited to bring you the highly anticipated Boston debut of Och & Oy! A...

Boston Wigged Halloween Drag Cabaret

Something “WIGGED" is coming to Club Cafe in Boston!! Join Sky Casper Entertainment on October 30th...


Stonewall Uprising 

2019 marked the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising.  The Stonewall Riots took place in New York’s Greenwich Village from June 28—July 1, 1969, and mark a turning point toward equality.


AP Video: NYPD sorry for '69 raid at Stonewall Inn

June 6, 2019: New York City's police commissioner apologizes for the Stonewall raid.


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