The NYC Gay Pride March scheduled for June 28, 2020, was canceled due to COVID-19. The march was inaugurated on June 28, 1970 – it would have been the 50th Year. There will be virtual celebrations and WABC in New York will be broadcasting NYC Pride programming the month of June.
“We are a community that thrives when we are united,” added Correa. “We may not fill the streets of New York City this year, but LGBTQIA+ people carry pride with them all year long.
I have no doubt that we will be together again soon.”
~ David A. Correa, Interim Executive Director Heritage of Pride
dievca has found her dress for this year’s celebration:
Yep! dievca spent $10 on Seltzer. But it makes her smile, she likes the taste and when friends (Gay and Straight) come over, they have been smiling, too.
(click here to buy)
Hmm do any of those can colors show up in the BDSM flag?
PS. Mango and blackberry went to the beach with dievca. How is your Sunday?
avoid the Dueling Parades….dievca will be heading to the beach on Sunday.
This year what will probably be the biggest queer celebration in New York City history will consist of dueling marches – the gigantic, official annual Pride march with all the celebratory floats, fueled by big business sponsors and a breakaway march designed to be a grassroots protest not only for the cause of civil rights but against the over-corporatization of the main parade. (click here for the Guardian Article)
Carrying her gear in:
If it gets cooler in the evening.
dievca is feeling a little bit blue and eating comfort food. Which….makes her a little bit chubby. Another way for dievca to perk up is with color, so she is hoping that something from Anya Hindmarch will splash the blues away~
Above: Anya Hindmarch Chubby Bag Charms
Below: Anya Hindmarch colorful options
“Monday’s child is fair of face…”
by Mother Goose
Monday’s child is fair of face,
Tuesday’s child is full of grace;
Wednesday’s child is full of woe,
Thursday’s child has far to go;
Friday’s child is loving and giving,
Saturday’s child works hard for its living;
But the child that is born on the Sabbath day
Is bonny and blithe, and good and gay.
Seriously, if you were born on a Wednesday — this is not the verse to listen to~
dievca was born on a:
Early evening. Something about her Dad watching a College Football game at the neighbors and being annoyed that it was time…
Alberta Ferretti – Rainbow Week Sweaters and Hats click HERE
and sweaters all in black with colored writing click HERE
As dievca slushed through the melting snow,
she ran into some Rainbows and began to daydream…
At the end of the rainbow there’s happiness
And to find it how often I’ve tried
But my life is a race just a wild goose chase
And my dreams have always been denied
Why have I always been a failure?
What can the reason be?
I wonder if the world’s to blame
I wonder if it could be me?
I’m always chasing rainbows
Watching clouds drifting by
My schemes are just like all my dreams
Ending in the sky
Some fellows look and find the sunshine
I always look and find the rain
Some fellows make a winning some time
I never even make a gain, believe me
I’m always chasing rainbows
Waiting to find a little bluebird in vain
I’ve looked to the west as the sun goes down
And I’ve followed its glorious rays
But the faster I’d run I would miss the sun
My life’s full of wasted days
I’ve always been a natural loser
Each thing I touch must fail
If good luck ever came to me it would never seem right at all
“I’m Always Chasing Rainbows” is a popular Vaudeville song. The music is credited to Harry Carroll, although the melody is actually adapted from Fantaisie-Impromptu by Frédéric Chopin. The lyrics were written by Joseph McCarthy, and the song was published in 1917 and introduced in the Broadway show Oh, Look! which opened in March, 1918. The song was sung in the show by The Dolly Sisters. Judy Garland sang it in the 1941 film Ziegfeld Girl. It was subsequently sung by Jack Oakie in the 1944 film The Merry Monahans and was again featured in the 1945 film The Dolly Sisters (1945 in film), where it was sung by John Payne. It was also included for part of the run (and in the cast album) of the 1973 revival of Irene.
A “Thank You” to ApartmentTherapy.com for the idea.