Pride 2010 fashion: the good, the bad, and the spandex

The glamorous Miss Gay Seattle XLV

Pride Fest 2010, for those who missed it, was filled with sequins, paint, and plenty of spandex. It was a wonderful display of humanity in all its glory, something I can truly appreciate. I loved seeing the mix of people, all together in perfect harmony.

The fashions on display were certainly eclectic to say the least. There was everything from turquoise bikini wearing middle aged men to loafer-wearing politicians there to promote their platforms. There was also a bicycle gang wearing nothing at all. They sure let it all hang out.

One of my favorite floats was from Los Hermanos, with the main entertainer shirtless, dressed in chaps and gyrating quite provocatively. Was it for the crowd? Rain City Soccer Club put on quite a show, proving soccer players know how to handle their balls the best (yuk yuk yuk). And who could forget the statuesque Miss Seattle Gay Pride 2010, whose silver outfit was the show stealer, down to a rainbow chiffon inlet in the skirt.

For those of us who came to the parade after attending Sunday services, no problem, there were a few church groups in the parade as well as the great Flying Spaghetti Monster!

Enjoy the photos and cast your vote on your favorite float……

Looks like Batman has been working out

Pink is also my favorite color

More after the jump.


I promised turquoise bikini wearing middle aged men

He actually got lost trying to find the tanning salon

smile-you're going on my blog "Men Without Glitter"

New spokesperson for the church

We love Joe

Work It!!

Aye Carumba!

"You win some, you bruise some" Go RAT CITY GIRLS

Open to all faiths

...and colors.

even multi-colored


2 Responses to “Pride 2010 fashion: the good, the bad, and the spandex”

  1. 1 sarah
    June 28, 2010 at 5:07 pm

    I love it! Thanks for the great pics, Helena. And, thanks to our Summer Fellows for gathering over 650 signatures for 1098 at Pride! YEOW!

  2. 2 anonymous
    June 28, 2010 at 6:12 pm

    hella good

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