Trans March 2011 in Toronto

Trans March is an event for all transgendered. It is the same event as Dyke March but mostly led, of course by transgenred / transexuals / inter-sex members of the GLBT community.

This event, which originated in San Francisco, California in June 2004, is celebrated every Friday night of the Pride Weekend, two days before the Pride Parade itself.

"The purpose of the event is to increase visibility, activism and acceptance of all gender-variant people."

Details of the 2011 March

The march is always participated in by a huge trans population in Toronto and across Canada who would visit the city for the Pride Week / Weekend. PFLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians And Gays) also attends the march to support the trans. Participants are encouraged to bring posters, banners, tarpaulins or cross dress. Well, just be themselves, actually.

WHEN: July 1, 2011 / Friday

TIME: 8:00 PM

MEETING PLACE: Church and Hayden Streets

MARCH ROUTE: From Church and Hayden Streets, the march moves south on Church and Alexander.

And, yes, of course, a huge street party happens after the march.

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