It was a weekend of celebrations just four days after the Supreme Court’s historic same-sex marriage rulings and one day after same-sex marriages resumed in California.
San Francisco’s 43rd Pride Parade drew about 1.2 million people, according to Lisa Williams, president of the sponsoring organization San Francisco Pride. That’s up from about 100,000 people last year.
Hundreds of people also attended the Trans March on Friday and thousands turned up for the 20th annual Dyke March on Saturday.
KQED’s Deborah Svoboda was there to photograph the pride, joy and aftermath.