Crowds gathered in Civic Center Park in Denver for the final day of Denver’s PrideFest on Sunday.
PrideFest kicked off in Denver on Saturday, one of the largest in the nation with more than 325,000 people expected in Civic Center Park to celebrate.
The top LGBT pride events in Denver are fantastic and the community opens these events to everyone, regardless of sexual orientation. With Denver being one of the top 10 in the country in celebratory events, more than 250,000 people attend such activities every year!
With an active gay community and popular LGBT events, Denver has a host of gay-friendly bars and clubs that are welcoming and fun. Some are well known and have been around for decades, while others are new and provide the gay community with something different.
Organizers of a conservative conference in Denver this summer have told a gay Republican group it cannot have a booth at the event.
A pair of Colorado cases – locally dubbed the “Cake Wars” – have added a new twist to the fight over LGBT discrimination and religious objections playing out across the U.S.
The Denver Police District 2 station was evacuated on Saturday so the bomb squad could investigate a suspicious package. About the same time emotions flared at a community meeting with police over officer-involved shootings.
Colorado regulators say a Denver gay bar discriminated against a man when a bouncer denied him entry last year because he was dressed in drag.
More than 325,000 people gathered in Civic Center Park this weekend to celebrate Denver’s PrideFest.
The governor of Arizona announced that she vetoed a controversial bill that would have pitted religious rights against gay rights. Colorado faced boycotts when it waded into the gay rights issue in the early 1990s.