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    LA Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence to Join this Year’s Dyke March

    The L Project Los Angeles, the historically lesbian non-profit 501(c)3 organization, with a mission to promote and support emerging LGBTQI BI+POC women and non-binary creatives, has invited the Los Angeles Sisters of Perpetual to join the Dyke March this year. And the sisters accepted the invitation.

    The invitation is a show of solidarity and support for the La Sisters who are the center of attention currently after the Los Angeles Dodgers removed the charity group from their pre-game LGBTQ+ Pride Night celebration at Dodger Stadium following a backlash from some Catholic Church leaders and republican politician Marco Rubio who publicly condemned the team’s plan to bestow the Sister with a Community Hero Award.

    The L-Project LA is bringing the 2023 Women’s Freedom Festival to the West Hollywood Pride Street Fair Community Stage on Saturday, June 3 from 12-6 pm. Hosted by Jackie Steele & Stevi Shari, this all-inclusive and multicultural event returns for a second year to celebrate an amazing lineup of LGBTQ+BIPOC artists.

    The 2023 Women’s Freedom Festival will be a day full of art, music, and protesting with performances by Madame Gandhi, Mila Miranda, Shiah Luna, DJ Asha, Mariah Counts, Mortasay, Krisizz KP, Audley Music, JFP, DJ Crystal Iris, Cherry Bomb Baes, and Kingqueen. Guest speakers will feature Queen Chela, Jayla Baxter, and Liana Georgi to amplify lesbian voices in the center of the LGBT Rainbow District during the famous annual West Hollywood Pride.

    A component of this year’s Women’s Freedom Festival will be the Dyke March which has been moved to a Saturday during West Hollywood’s WeHo Pride celebration. The dyke march is known as a lesbian visibility and protest march, much like the original Gay Pride parades and gay rights demonstrations. The main purpose of a dyke march is the encouragement of activism within the lesbian community. Dyke marches commonly take place the Friday or Saturday before LGBT pride parades. To learn more about the Women’s Freedom Festival and Dyke March, visit, https://thelproject.org/.

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    catherine eng
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    1 year ago

    amazing- what a highlight for the Dyke march!

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