Dallas Gay Pride 2015

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Man Stabs Several People at Jerusalem Gay Pride Parade

By Miriam Berger | Jul 30
An Ultra-Orthodox Jewish man lunged into a group of revelers at Jerusalem's annual gay pride parade and stabbed six people Thursday evening as they marched in the holy city, Israeli police and witnesses said.

Reno Mayor Sorry for Flying Rainbow Flag Over City Hall

By Jason St. Amand | Jul 28
The mayor of Reno, Nevada, apologized Monday for flying the LGBT rainbow flag in the place of the American flag over city hall during the weekend.

Summer of Pride: Costa Mesa

By Matthew Wexler | Jul 24
The City of the Arts opens its arms for Orange County Pride and beyond.

Scotland Pride Event Will Allow Drag Queens After All

By Jason St. Amand | Jul 23
An alternative gay Pride event in Glasgow, Scotland will now allow drag queens after the gathering's officials made headlines this week for announcing a ban on all drag artists because they were deemed too "offensive" for the transgender community.

Scotland Pride Event Bans Drag Queens Because They're 'Offensive' to Trans Community

By EDGE | Jul 21
Don't expect Bianca Del Rio to be in Scotland anytime soon.

Edie Windsor Receives First Absolute Brightness Award

By EDGE | Jul 16
The producers of the critically-acclaimed new play "The Absolute Brightness Of Leonard Pelkey" announced that civil rights hero Edie Windsor was the first recipient of the Absolute Brightness Award.

Traveling with Pride: San Diego

By Matthew Wexler | Jul 14
Celebrate Pride in San Diego or plan your own West Coast getaway with EDGE's top picks.

Taryn Manning: So Much More Than Just 'Orange'

By Joel Martens | Jul 12
There is a complexity to Taryn Manning that comes through as she speaks about her world. "OITNB" isn't her first trip on the success wheel and undoubtedly, it won't be her last.

Marriage Triumph Adds Spark to SF Pride

By Cynthia Laird | Jul 5
he crowd was larger than any in recent memory and the mood was exuberant as people celebrated the 45th annual San Francisco Pride parade last weekend.

SF Dyke March Breaks Out, Reclaims Route

By Liz Highleyman | Jul 4
To the sound of drums and chants of "Whose streets? Our streets!" thousands of women broke away from the planned route of the annual Dyke March and crossed police lines to follow the traditional route that passes lesbian community landmarks.

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