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#ThrowBackThursday: LGBT Irish march, get slurred in '91 & '92 NYC St. Patrick's Day Parade

by Jeremy Hooper

The controversy continues, as LGBT organizations are still barred from marching in the parade, both in NYC and across the nation. As we approach this year's event, the Irish Queers look back at what the wrong side of this issue looks like. It's about as ugly as green beer vomit:

Vintage video: 1991 & 1992 St. Patrick's parade [Irish Queers]

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