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Stonewall at 50

Gay people have always been a part of the history of San Francisco.  From the native two spirits,  the gold rush, and WW2, to the first gay man elected to office and even today, GLBTQ people have helped make San Francisco the west coast center for diversity.
 
To celebrate the 50 Anniversary of the Stonewall Riot in New York we offer Come Out the Castro as our tour of the month.  Join foot and learn how the working class Irish Eureka Valley neighborhood became the “Gay Capitol of America..  
 
This two hour gayborhood stroll will entertain and enlighten you about the contributions of  the GLBTQ  community.   It also includes our usual fun and games and the chance to rock a feather boa!
 
Purchase tickets for any Come Out To The Castro during June and receive $5 off our regular price.  A portion of the profits from our Pride Month tours will go to SF Pride  the non profit organization who produces the Pride parade and festival and raises funds for LGBT organizations while celebrating the heritage, culture and liberation of peoples all gender and sexual orientation.    
 
If you aren’t going to be able to come to San Francesco and want to support SFPride you can make a direct donation here.
 
 
 
Look for us under the rainbow flags!
 


Photo of Gilbert Baker the creator of the Gay Rainbow Flag by Fredrik Persson courtesy of The New York Times
 
 
 
Thanks for reading,
Your friends at FOOT!