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PHOTOS: First Lady & the Tramp

Miss Gay D.C. makes a stop at The Lodge before heading to the national competition

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Drag performer Ashley Bannks, on right, purchases an opportunity to rub a pie in Tatiyanna Voche's face at The Lodge in Boonsboro, Md. (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key)

The Lodge in Boonsboro, Md. held the drag show “First Lady & the Tramp” on Friday, Jan 6. Performers included Miss Gay D.C. 2022 Tatiyanna Voche’, Miss Winchester Pride 2022 Chasity Vain, Miss Glamour Girl 2022 Bayley, Gia Monet Colby, Laura Bushe and was hosted by Ashley Bannks. Following the drag show, patrons raised money for Voche’ to travel to the Miss Gay America Pageant on Jan. 17-20 in Little Rock, Ark. by purchasing an opportunity to rub a pie in the qualified contestant’s face.

(Washington Blade photos by Michael Key)

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PHOTOS: Capital Pride Parade

Annual LGBTQ march takes new route

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Cheer DC marches in the 2024 Capital Pride Parade on Saturday, June 8. (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key)

The 2024 Capital Pride Parade was held in downtown Washington, D.C. on Saturday, June 8. The 49th annual march was moved this year from the Dupont Circle area to 14th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue. Billy Porter and Keke Palmer served as the parade’s grand marshals. Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff made an appearance at the beginning of the parade.

(Washington Blade photos by Michael Key)

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PHOTOS: RIOT! Capital Pride Opening Party

LGBTQ community celebration held at Echostage

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RIOT! Capital Pride Opening Party is held at Echostage on Friday, June 7. (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key)

Capital Pride weekend festivities began with the RIOT! Capital Pride Opening Party at Echostage on Friday, June 7.

(Washington Blade photos by Michael Key)

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PHOTOS: Dyke March

Activists in annual demonstration call for end to genocide

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The 2024 Dyke March (Washington Blade photo by Emily Hanna)

The 2024 Dyke March was held in Washington, D.C. on Friday, June 7. The march began in Lafayette Square. Activists called for an end to genocide.

(Washington Blade photos by Emily Hanna)

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