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Pictures from the crowd: Capitol Hill Pride 2017


Seattle Pride 2017 will be remembered for the record heat that nearly melted Sunday’s parade — and an important protest that briefly brought it to a halt. It should also be remembered for a rekindled Pride presence on Capitol Hill with new organizers pumping life into Saturday’s Broadway street festival while on-Hill Pride weekend traditions like Saturday night’s Dyke March still contined strong and other elements like Trans* Pridealready in its fifth year! — drew huge crowds. Here is a look at the fun and messages from Capitol Hill Pride via the viewfinders and mobile devices of festival goers, dancers, doggie drag friends, and more. Thanks for sharing your pictures and videos.


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#seattlepride2017 Nuff said. 😍

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Drag queen frenchie is wearing fishnets… #pride🌈 #cherdogga

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Luna & Aeryn @ Seattle Transgender PRIDE 2017

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Best scrum I've seen all year. #seattlepride #mudhens

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Fun Fact
Taking baby for a walk
Saturday at the park
Love is all around
I want a hug!


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#capitolhillpride #Seattle #pridefest

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Found my dude. He's single.

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Silence = Death, Resist
Beach Ball & Roller Skates
Lip-Sync Lyric
Singing Among the Balloons
Sylvia Stayformore

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This sidewalk art on a rock in the park is gorgeous!

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Someone said rompers were in this year, no?

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