dyke march 2012

Photos of the 2012 Dyke March

The Dyke March, one of Pride's biggest draws, took to the streets yesterday. Not to be mistaken for a parade, the annual event is instead meant to be a demonstration of diversity, queer women and trans folk, and some truly inventive costumes.

The event began with a rally at Church and Hayden and concluded with a picnic--in-between, hundreds of queer women and LGBTQ supporters marched smilingly through the streets of Toronto. In case you missed it, see below for a photo round-up.

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Photos by Bruce Emberley


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