Atlanta Pride 2014 was a day of celebration — a day to truly celebrate who you are however you come. Whether you’re gay, straight, bisexual, transgender, Asian, African-American, White, Christian, or atheist, it was all about being who you are.
All photos by Kate Lamb
Members of Georgia Equality laugh as they walk in the parade.
Remembering Ria by waving Bluebird flags
Motorcyclists spread the love at the start of the parade.
A Queen proudly prances down 10th Street.
The new firefighter uniforms may be too skimpy for fighting actual fires, but the people on 10th Street enjoyed it.
Angel Action Atlanta spread their message to stop the hate.
PFLAG's signs showed love and support for their children (and parents).
A group from Rawhide Leather walks down 10th Street.
Atlanta Pride 2014's Honorary Parade Marshal Lea DeLaria flips off anti-gay protestors.
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