Join Drag Artists for Palestine, QUIT!, GAY SHAME and friends for an anti-imperialist trans/queer celebration of resistance.


Sunday June 23, 2PM (sharp)
Castro/ Market in SF

🌸 bring blank shirts or other stuff to print as @b.a.a.a.g will be printing at the end of the march 🌺

For decades SF Pride has waged a war against collective liberation in the name of corporate power. A rainbow celebration of global genocide, it’s now a parade for our oppressors.

From Mayor London Breed, Matt Dorsey, and Scott Wiener’s hate for the unhoused, Manny Yekutiel’s Nakba denial, Google’s apartheid architecture spanning the Bay to occupied Palestine, and Apple’s war profiteering in Congo, to DA Brooke Jenkins’ cover up of Banko Brown’s murder, and Chevron’s scorching of the whole earth, this is not our legacy, these are our enemies.

There is nothing to be reclaimed from Pride, it must be abolished.

Honor the boycott of SF Pride, Civic Joy Fund events and Manny’s. 💜

Mask up and bring friends, lovers, enemies, free stuff to give away, zines, food, signs, banners, noise makers, anger, rage, love, and more! 🏴

#pride #sfpride #billyporter #sanfrancisco #castro #missiondistrict #freepalestine

QUIT! supports rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transexual and intersex people (LGBTQI), and opposes all anti-queer measures, everywhere. QUIT! has a long history of supporting international and local queer rights. But our struggle is for liberation, not equality, in this or any oppressive society. We don’t seek to be soldiers of imperialism, not in the US and not in Israel. We see all fights for liberation as our fight, and we see our fight as queers as part of all liberation struggles. We do not want to assimilate in this oppressive and unequal society, we want to radically transform it.

Our mission was, and is, to build support in the Bay Area queer communities for Palestinian liberation, to make queers and queer liberation visible and integral to the local Palestine solidarity movement, to support queer organizing in Palestine and around the Arab world, and to oppose United States colonialism, military intervention, and funding and support for Israeli colonialism. One Palestinian member articulated our primary goal this way: “When the history of Palestinian liberation is written, I want at least a footnote  to say that queers were part of the struggle.”