Tens of thousands of people either marched in the annual Pride parade today or cheered on from the sidewalks along the route. From little kids on parents' shoulders to senior-citizen couples holding hands as they marched, people enjoyed the parade. You could tell some people were really having a ball:
Some people dressed up for the occasion:
Skaters gonna skate:
How in the world did these people get through the parade without suffering heat prostration?
These people, however, were just chillin' out:
A number of schools, churches and temples had contingents:
Of course, what would a large assemblage be without the Jesus is Lord guy?
Boston 2024 sent some people:
Not everybody was thrilled to see them:
Not everybody was thrilled with the parade. The Rainbow Times reports "about a dozen LGBTQ activists of Color and allies participated in a sit-in to disrupt and shut down the 45th Annual Boston Pride Parade."
The night before, meanwhile, was the annual Dyke March. Greg Cook photographed that march:
Some photos by Shelagh Dolan.