Okay, I love accidental perfection. We went to Brussels expecting to do the museum thing, but when we got there we found out that the 14, 15, and 16th of May just so happen to be Brussels Gay Pride Weekend. Mom and Jen went to their first Gay Pride Parade in Brussels, Belgium!
We went to see the parade and had a wonderful time. My mohawk brought us leaflets and flyers that we may have missed out on had I been my normal self (including an invitation to a queer punk party)! Mom received leaflets for parents and friends of LGBTs. Jen was handed all kinds of great stuff.
We saw our first international lesbian domestic dispute (it looked nothing like that shit they show on COPS).
Later on we walked into the heart of The Rainbow Village and immersed ourselves in the Pride street party! They had three stages set up! I think someone should pinch me, cause yesterday just couldn't be real!
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