The Pride & Remembrance RUN is an annual 5K fundraising run/walk kicking off Pride Weekend. The RUN has become an annual tradition promoting and fostering community spirit, goodwill, volunteerism and sportsmanship in the LGBT community. This year's RUN will be raising funds for Fife House, The Pride and Remembrance Foundation and the Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies.
All Ages/Wheelchair Accessible/$30-40
Startline: Church & Wellesley, 10 a.m.
After Party: 519 Community Centre, 11 a.m.
I have the unfortunate enjoyment of a very painful fetish. I enjoy being kicked/kneed/otherwise struck in the groin by women whom I find attractive. I don't mean CBT, with its overly gentle flicks and pokes. I mean doubled over or down on my knees and/or making funny noises because some hot thang let loose on my manhood.
If she does it in the new shoes we picked out together, all the better.
Pride Toronto ban on QuAIA worst case of censorship in history of parade, says Queer Ontario founder
After extensive lobbying of Pride Toronto, corporate sponsors and city officials by Martin Gladstone and right-wing Jewish groups, Pride Toronto's Board decided, by a vote of 4 - 3, to disallow the use of the term "Israeli Apartheid" at the 2010 Pride festivities. At a press conference in Toronto on May 25, 2010, Pride Toronto's Executive Director and several Board members were met by 150 outraged protesters chanting "Hey, hey! Ho, ho! Censorship has got to go!", "Politics are what makes pride, we won't run, we won't hide", "Whose pride? Our pride! Queers against Apartheid!", and "Resign!"
Toronto's queer and trans black community mobilize to demand fair treatment from the Pride Toronto executive.
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