SFGATE: By Tony Bravo, Evan Sernoffsky, Emily Green and Kevin Fagan
It was already going to be one whopper of a party. But with the U.S. Supreme
Court’s ruling that gays and lesbians have a constitutional right to marry fresh off the presses, Sunday’s Pride Parade in San Francisco became a rainbow-colored, joyous celebration for the ages.
Hundreds of thousands of people lined Market Street to cheer, dance and wave the rainbow flag as floats, politicians and LGBT groups of every description paraded past. Friday’s court ruling was a landmark moment in LGBT rights history, and the significance was lost on no one.