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June 27th, 1982
Gay Pride Day— early Sunday morning sounds of anticipation. The parade starts in an hour. Diane and Nan had breakfast with us this morning. Dyke sisters. A great feast day— a celebration of ourselves. This neighborhood the historical center of homosexuality across the globe. One block from here the former Stonewall— the site where history changed in one night and gay liberation was formed. This is the exact center of the Gay world— in an hour it will pass on the street beneath us— an army of lovers.
Anne and Debbie will be here shortly and Joe is coming over. Treating my surrender with tenderness.