boston straight pride parade

Finally straight people will have their voices heard

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General Information

August 31st, 2019

Time: 12 noon (be there early)

Start: Copley Square

End: Boston City Hall where we will have a stage, speakers, and music

It’s official.  The City has approved the permit. 

Super Happy Fun America invites you to celebrate the diverse history, culture, and contributions of the straight community!

The Straight Pride Event will be held to achieve inclusivity and spread awareness of issues impacting straights in Greater Boston and beyond.  It will be a one-day event consisting of a parade followed by a flag raising ceremony.

Celebrate being heterosexual!

 

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The City of Boston rejected Super Happy Fun America’s application to raise the straight pride flag at city Hall.  Unfortunately, the Walsh administration is not yet committed to creating a supportive environment for straights and equality for all.   However, we congratulate the City for having the courage to embrace progress by approving our parade application.

We will continue to educate the Mayor and the public in anticipation that one day straights will be able to celebrate their lifestyle like everyone else.  What better way to educate and foster unity than by having a parade!

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Participate

No registration is required but it is highly suggested in order to guarantee you can get into the parade.  The event is free and open to the public.  All are welcome.  Antifa (short for Anti-Fun) is not welcome because they oppose happiness and fun.

parade

The parade route (1.5 miles) is shown below.  Contact us if you would like your vehicle or float to be part of the parade. 

Parade Route

The route is tentative, pending city approval.

  1. Start at Copley Square on Boylston St
  2. Turn left onto Tremont St
  3. Arrive at City Hall Plaza

flag raising ceremony

The flag raising ceremony will take place immediately following the parade.  The Blue and Pink flag will be raised over Boston City Hall.  This will be followed by speeches and outreach to the community.  We invite Mayor Martin J. Walsh to participate and express the city’s support for the straight community.