Es­sen­tial guide to ev­ery­thing Pride

NOW Magazine - Pride - - Front Page -

For T.O.’s queer com­mu­nity – one of the largest and most in­flu­en­tial on the planet – Pride is al­ways a very big deal. There’s tons to cel­e­brate this year – for starters, Canada’s first openly gay premier – so the party po­ten­tial is huge.

NOW’s Pride pre­view has ev­ery­thing you need to make your plans right through pa­rade day, June 30: list­ings of all LGBT-re­lated events, of­fi­cial and oth­er­wise; the com­plete Pride Stage sched­ule for Pride week­end; Sal­va­tore An­to­nio and Adamo Rug­giero talk­ing about their pop­umen­tary, Truth/Dare: A Satire (With Dance), a riff on Madonna’s in­fa­mous doc­u­men­tary and one of Pride’s most hotly an­tic­i­pated stage events; and tips on who’s spin­ning at the best bashes.

Don’t for­get to eat. We have the goods on all the queer-friendly pa­tios, bars and restos in the gay vil­lage and beyond.

The last thing you want to do at a Pride event is com­mit a fash­ion faux pas. That’s why we of­fer style dos and don’ts from savvy fash­ion­istas.

And in our fa­mous Queer Quips fea­ture, Pride per­form­ers of all kinds speak their minds on ev­ery­thing from the Rob Ford video to sex ed.

Time to party hard.

This photo and the cover photo of Fay Slift by DAVID HAWE See Fay Slift per­form at Steers & Queers – Night Of A Thou­sand Dollys at the Glad­stone Ho­tel Thurs­day ( June 27).

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