Dozens Celebrate PrideFest in Luzerne County

WILKES-BARRE, Pa. -- People in part of Luzerne County marched to the park to celebrate PrideFest on Saturday.

The march, put on by the Rainbow Alliance and The Wright Center for Community Health, began on Public Square in Wilkes-Barre and ended at Kirby Park.

Attendees came out to show their support to the L-G-B-T-Q community and to them them know they are not alone.

Vanessa White Fernandes of Scranton said, "We just want to offer love and support, especially to people whose own families might not be embracing their sexual identity or gender identity, so we are here to give love and hugs."

Once at Kirby Park, people enjoyed food, music and games at N-E-P-A PrideFest in Wilkes-Barre.

11 comments

  • peatermoss

    One of the best Pride Festivals I’ve been to yet. Yeah Rainbow Alliance! Mwah 💋 🏳️‍🌈

  • Lisa Marshinski

    ok, repost #5. July is Gun Pride Month. Boston is having a Straight Pride Parade on Aug 31. These LGBTQ’s are discriminating because they won’t put H’s or S’s in their letter lineup for Heterosexual or Straight, which are also sexual identities. They’re not “all inclusive” as they claim now, are they.

  • fortisveritas

    🖕Your comment is awaiting moderation.

    🇺🇸Gay mafia deleting comments again. ‘Eww, that big meanie. I’ll show him…’

    More like freak-fest. You had your month, it was over 13 days ago. Now take your perversions and put them back in the closet. Imagine if all the normal people had a monogamous straight sex festival?

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