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"Now that gays and lesbians want to march down the marriage aisle and push prams at playgroups, Gay Day gets tamer every year. During the post-parade celebration at Civic Center, I found the Leather Alley whipping demonstrations consigned to a tucked away corner, down a plywood lane in the Wells Fargo Bank parking lot on Grove Street.

"Some of my gay and lesbian brothers and sisters reported feeling alienated after seeing their own take on gay sexual identity hidden within a pride event. As a service to them, I have posted some photos of Leather Alley from 2001, when the contingent was located at Larkin and Golden Gate, in full view of the Federal Building. Personally, I'm the domestic type. I was looking for the John Kerry booth." - Heart of the City 07/06/04

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