Sarah Savage that this was a Protest March, not a Parade. I think I may have already made my feelings on this clear, but it does need to be said we still have things to protest about ~ and there were plenty of us there to do it. Despite reports saying that hundreds turned up estimates show that between 1,500 and 2,000 were on the march and that there were over 4,000 distinct visitors to the event in Brunswick Gardens.
There are some things I'm still undecided about though, like, do we really want to be associated with any and every group who feels oppressed? should Stonewall be the prime mover and spokes people for us when until recently they refused to include us?
|With my new friend|
After the main event, a few of us went for a very pleasant dinner together at the Cafe Rouge before going to the party at Envy. I quickly realised that this party was just too loud for me so along with my roomy made a strategic withdrawal. We arrived back at our Hotel at the same time as one of the many hen parties staying there. The Bride decided that I was a candidate for joining her party....................