30 Days of Pride Challenge - Day 10
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Continuing the 30 Days of Pride Challenge. #30DaysOfPride

10. What’s the most influential LGBTQ event you’ve attended?
I honestly don't have much experience going to LGBTQ events.  The local pride fest, for the last two years (and tomorrow, for what it's worth) are the closest thing I could probably mention, I suppose.  I don't feel like I have a lot to say about it though.  It's fun.  I enjoy myself every year.  The parade is a blast to watch, and I can pick up some cool pride swag.  Melissa Ethridge made a surprise appearance one time.  I don't feel like I'm describing "influential" much though.  More "enjoyable".

Nothing left a lasting impact for me.  I don't think that's not a bad thing though.  It's fun and feels safe, and something we can all share together regardless of one's labels.  I dunno; I like that.  That's all I really want anyway. ^_^

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People o_o
We have local pride events here, especially in November. Yet I only know that recently because probably:
> I'm totally shy.
> I'm also unupdated >_>
> I have no idea how to approach them or contact them! D:

People are amazing and this is awesome ^ ^
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Ugh, people... REEEEEEEEEEEEE! :XD:
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I Represent a few groups at our regional police's trans day of remembrance each year.
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I've never attended one and don't really plan on it since I'm not a very social person.
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Well, I haven't attented one.
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I used to go to a transgender support group before I moved.  I wouldn't call it influential but it was nice to be somewhere that I knew no one would judge me.

Never realy gone to anything else that might be called an "event"
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Being in college in the midwest has been surprisingly helpful for lgbt events (especially since i go to a small college in iowa). I've gone to mblgtacc the last couple of years but the 2015 one was the most memorable with laverne cox gave a speech. It was really moving
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I haven't had the opportunity to any lbgtq events. I mostly have been sheltered in my house. Aside from school and doctors/counselors/dentists/haircuts I have only left my home 5 times in 3 months. And Its not that I don't want to go places, I just have nobody to take me. Between a mom who works from 8am to 12am, a schizophrenic brother who is to paranoid about being attacked because of me to be seen with me, and another brother who only has a training permit, I'm kinda sol on going places
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The Halifax Regional Municipality's pride parade...
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