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pride cafe Friday, August 26th · 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Belly's Cafe 1406 Avenue Q Lubbock, TX

Come join OUTwest Lubbock for another night of fun, friends and "family" (HEYYY!) It will be almost one month since New York passed Marriage Equality so we're doin it up NYC-style! Enjoy mini "New York" cheesecakes, "Big Apple" dippers, and check out Belly's drink specials on such favorites as Long Island iced teas. If you're really hungry, you can purchase any of Belly's great menu items that they'll have off the grill and into your belly in a New York minute. Enjoy a couple of episodes of Sex and the City on Belly's big flat screen HD TV. Don't forget to stick around after 9 p.m. for Belly's Karaoke night! See you there! As always, drink and diva responsibly.

What is PRIDE?

LGBT pride or gay pride is the concept that lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender people should be proud of their sexual orientation and gender identity.

The movement has three main premises: that people should be proud of their sexual orientation and gender identity, that diversity is a gift, and that sexual orientation and gender identity are inherent and cannot be intentionally altered.

The use of the abbreviated gay pride and pride have since become mainstream and shorthand expressions inclusive of all individuals in various LGBT communities.

The pride movement has furthered the cause of gay rights by lobbying politicians, registering voteres and increasing visibility to educate on issues important to LGBT communities.

Symbols of LGBT pride include the LGBT rainbow flag, butterfly, the Greek lambda symbol, and the pink and black triangles reclaimed from their past use

What is happeing in Lubbock?

Lubbock PRIDE Fest 2011 | Sponsored by Legalize Love- October 1, 2011

Where can I participate in Texas?





San Antonio

OUTwest Lubbock
PRIDE Committee

Now accepting Nominations


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Advocates of gay pride have used history to point to oppression as well as differing levels of acceptance of homosexuality throughout history.

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