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‘Straight Pride’ parade scheduled for Boston

The organizers of Boston’s “Straight Pride Parade” this summer introduced their public event application was accredited by the city Wednesday, reviews CBS Boston. And the group claims there may be already a date set.

The group Super Happy Fun America, which claims to advocate “on behalf of the straight neighborhood in order to foster respect and bonding with individuals from all walks of life,” is planning the occasion to have a good time “Straight Pride,” in line with its website.

The group’s president John Hugo mentioned that they had been instructed they will hold the parade Aug. 31 at a press conference outside of City Hall Wednesday, studies CBS Boston. The date can also be listed on the parade’s info page.

Nonetheless, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh’s workplace mentioned it’s not an accomplished deal simply but. The general public occasion utility’s approval is a “step within the course of towards receiving a permit,” Walsh’s press office emailed in a press release. “As a next step, the organizers will need to obtain crucial approvals from the police division and the licensing board to receive each a parade permit and an entertainment license.”

The route begins in roughly the same location as June’s Boston Pride Parade — Copley Square. “It is going to be a one-day event consisting of a parade followed by a flag raising ceremony,” writes the group.

The location claims the parade shall be free and open to the general public. “All are welcome,” reads the occasion’s description. “Antifa (short for Anti-Fun) is not welcome because they oppose happiness and fun.”