PHOTO GALLERY: WeHo Pride Walk

West Hollywood residents took to the streets Sunday to mark Pride month in the wake of the city’s decision to cancel the annual parade and festival. The unofficial city event, organized by Troy Masters and Marna Deitch, took walkers down Santa Monica Blvd. from Crescent Heights to Robertson Blvd. Councilmember Sepi Shyne introduced Masters at the event’s kickoff and presented him with a proclamation from the city. The procession was led by the SoCal Motorcycle Contingency for Equality, with support from Lt. Bill Moulder and the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department.

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Joe
Joe
3 months ago

Wehoville you are making this into something much bigger than actually happened. I filmed the entire “Walk” and it was all of two minutes in length.

Cy Husain
3 months ago
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In all fairness, one can see from the pictures posted in the story that it was NOT a large event and, there is NOT an overt attempt to make it appear to be so. Keep in mind that many have been adversely affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic ☣ (which is approaching its mark as America’s deadliest) and, are in need of some positive social outlets.

hifi5000
hifi5000
3 months ago

Looks like this event was a grass-roots organized deal.Very home based,not a corporate event like in the past.Maybe the city should look at this and ask residents what they want and can afford.

Jim Nasium
Jim Nasium
3 months ago

If this is an unofficial city event, then what’s an official city event? In any event, it looked very sweet.

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