I went today to the
here in Montreal,
to show my support and take a few pics too!!
I believe I've done enough photoshop to defy any algorithm of any recognition system...
It was a public event
but since women seem to have a harder time,
I will not help any that would want to cause them trouble.
We have much to be grateful for
as lesbians are the one who kept the movement alive in the collective consciousness during the 1980s.
Not enough that they were militants in the Women's Liberation movement since the 1960s,
but as men started dying of AIDS in the 1980s in large numbers,
they also carried the torch for those many years.
Truth be told,
men were always a tad more selfish and busy with "other pursuits",
while the women had a keener sense of community.
It is not a stereotype but an observable fact.
I've always felt respect toward them as they so deserve.
Here I witnessed a sweet moment as friends recognized each other and embraced.
Gay life is not always as pretty
but when we rise about pettiness and selfish pursuits,
humans can be a noble race and reach out for goals we couldn't have dreamed of,
once upon a time...
Thank you Gurlz!!!
Your commitment honors you.