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2015 Boston Dyke March Countdown:
2015-6-12 22:00:00 GMT+00:00


The Boston Dyke March is a non-commercial, community-centered, grassroots, inclusive queer event.  Join thousands of dykes, lesbians, bisexuals, queers, genderqueers, trans women, trans men, intersexuals, and allies marching for political and cultural change.

Fun Ways to Participate

Express Yourself!
Bring drums, noisemakers, whistles, signs, banners, puppets, friends, cheers, merriment, smiles, pride, and more…

Dykes on scooters
Ride in the march on your scooter

Meet at the corner of Charles and Boylston, next to the Dykes on Bikes

Scooters are not permitted on the Boston Common

Dykes on bicycles
Ride your bike at the tail of the march

Drum troupe
Gather your friends and form a drum troupe

Bring your own drums or pick up them up near the Bandstand

Community Groups
Bring your community group banner and march as a group

Just show up with your banner and people

For more info, contact: dykemarch@gmail.com


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The Boston Dyke March is on Friday, June 12, 2015. The Dyke March happens Rain or Shine!

Boston Dyke March

Meet at the Boston Common Gazebo (The Parkman Bandstand)

March and Rally

Our 2015 Performer Lineup

BlackOUT  is a group of young queer, Black artists and activists creating original performance pieces. Performers are Kaamila Mohamed, Lindsey Anderson, Jessy Boursiquot, Viquan Smith, Alyssandra Taylor, Eziah Blake, and Stephanie Sanchez.

Unstraight formed through a blaze of social media and dyke marches and friends of friends. Their music, simultaneously introspective and ringing with clarity, beckons you to connect and wills you to ponder the tenuous nature of relationships and all that you want from life.  Unstraight coaxes the wishes out of your imagination and channels them into instruments and amplifiers, pouring sound into your ears until you’re moving your body not knowing why.

Jen on drums, Erika on bass, Katie on guitar, Lizzy on synth, and Madeleine on vocals: together they push the boundaries of alternative rock to the edges, with intertwining ribbons of electronic, punk, and garage.

Unstraight's meaning, as a name, is two-fold; one is blatantly queer and the other is that Unstraight does not walk the common path.  Walk with them--they already love you for it. Unstraight is all women, all queer, and all you ever wanted.

Carissa Johnson and the Electric Party Convention:
Carissa Johnson and the Electric Party Convention have been electrifying Boston and surrounding cities since their debut show at City Hall Plaza. With Tanya Dmuchowski of Boston's own Flight of Fire on guitar, New England's Best Bar Comic winner Alan "Buttercup" Richardson on the drums, and bassist Carissa Johnson on the mic, the three make a wonderful concoction of spontaneity and upbeat - good ol' rock n roll that's hard to find nowadays. They don't mess around and they're bound to show you a good time.

Bobbi Taylor (speaker)
Bobbi Taylor is a father, spouse, and housewife. As vice chair of the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition, she works to end discrimination on the basis of gender identity and expression. She is passionate about intimacy and believes that everyone should have the freedom and resources to openly explore and express their identity. Only then can we truly know ourselves and each other and form healthy communities that are rich in diversity and authenticity. Let’s welcome Bobbi to the stage!

Alicia Vida Ortiz (emcee)
Alicia Vida Ortiz is a Queer Latina with a sociology degree and career background as a community organizer. She's led demonstrations and campaigns for labor unions, LGBTQ equality, reproductive rights, immigration reform, and racial justice. She's also a dynamic vocalist and musician who has studied at Berklee College of Music here in Boston. Alicia strives to inspire personal empowerment and community engagement in all aspects of life. Check out her brand new website at AliciaVidaOrtiz.com!

Anjimile is an indie band based in Boston, Massachusetts. Lead singer/songwriter, Anji Chithambo, is a Texas native who moved to Boston in 2011 to pursue their musical dreams. This past April, Anjimile released their first full-length studio album, "Human Nature", and they are currently in the midst of their "Bummer Summer" tour. You can check out their music at anjimile.bandcamp.com.


The Boston Dyke March is
ASL interpreted; wheelchair, stroller, and scooter accessible. An accessibility vehicle is available for those who need a ride for some or all of the March.

Please sign up on our meetup site and/or facebook profile to keep up to date

The Boston Dyke March is for everyone! lesbians - dykes – queers - bi-women - boychicks - tomboys - grrrls - lesbian moms - lesbianas - femmes - butches - trans women - androgs - trans men - gay girls - bois - womanists – fat dykes -sorority girls with pearls who are sleeping together - dykes on bikes - lesbian crones - african american lesbians -rural dykes - goddesses - genderqueers - poly girls - amazons - hippy chicks - lipstick lesbians - asian dykes - lesbian avengers - dykes in wheelchairs - wise old lesbians - leather dykes – babydykes ... and You!

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