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Massachusetts LGBT Youth Pride

By Charlotte Robinson, May 13, 2015
This year Massachusetts Youth Pride celebrates 21 years of the queer youth movement in Massachusetts with the oldest youth-led, adult-supported LGBTQ Youth Pride celebration in the country on Saturday May 16th. This year's theme is SUPER QUEER. The event features awesome vendors, performers, marching, movement & of course LGBTQ youth leaders from across Massachusetts gathering for this once-a-year opportunity. Rain or shine, Massachusetts Youth Pride brings out all the rainbows! Massachusetts Youth Pride is then followed in the evening with the BAGLY Prom which is 35 years strong. The BAGLY Prom is the world's oldest & largest LGBTQ youth prom. First held in 1981 the BAGLY Prom sets the national standard for the way that LGBTQ youth come together, support one another & have a great time. Since the late 1990's it has attracted over 1,000 youth annually. The Prom is held at Boston City Hall Saturday May 16th from 7P to 11P following Massachusetts Youth Pride. Boston City Hall Plaza just outside Government Center Station. Keep in mind that the station will still be closed at this time, the two nearest stations open will be State Street Station (blue/orange lines) & Park Street Station (red/green lines). As a reminder, BAGLY events are free of: sex, weapons, drugs, alcohol, violence, pressure & harassment. The admission for BAGLY Prom is $15 & you can purchase tickets online now & skip the line.
For Info & Tix: bagly.org
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