13157_dyke_parade_1.mov

13157_dyke_parade_1

Shows the Toronto Dyke March in 2011. Lesbians carry red signs and rainbow flags are seen in the background. One reads, “Unified? Lesbians are still bruised today,” and another says, “All the wounds are visible.” The ladies carrying the signs have bloody wounds on their bodies and their breasts are exposed. Spectators film the women with digital cameras, and crowds of men and women walk around the streets. Some women sit on a curb. Two women on bikes (bicycles) are also seen topless. One is wearing sunglasses and the other is wearing a mask. A rainbow bandana is seen on one of their arms, and they both have faux hawks. A woman with red hair, a tattoo, and vampire teeth (fangs) is seen hugging another girl.

2010s
Color
Not Explicit