The 47th annual Pride celebration in San Francisco this past Sunday drew more than 1 million people, reports SF.Curbed.com. The Women’s March supporters came as well as Black Lives Matter. And there were imaginative expressions, in San Francisco style, of Trump resistance, including a shocking ball gown made with electric orange fabric printed with Trump’s face. The parade started at Market and Beale streets and came to a close at Market and Eighth streets before people made their way to UN Plaza.
For more information check out the San Francisco Pride page. The photos here are by longtime Advocate contributor Tommy Wu. You can see his site here and follow him on Instagram. Wu’s photo galleries are some of The Advocate’s most popular, including his Men Over 50 series.