Both Toronto and San Francisco celebrate gay pride with colorful and fun parades. Now, Candy Magazine is celebrating San Francisco's LGBT community with its new editorial, 'The Streets of San Francisco.'
Starring two androgynous looking models, Tammie Brown and Lindsay Slowhands, this editorial highlights the fierce and confident attitudes of cross-dressers and homosexuals all over the world. The models are both shown in different San Franciscan locations, from a Victorian-era boudoir to an outdoor staircase on a beautiful spring day. Their feminine features and traditionally feminine outfits make it hard to realize that these models are actually men. This is the editorial's main argument: gender is fluid. With this editorial, Candy Magazine not only celebrates San Francisco's thriving gay community, but they also demonstrate that people should be allowed to dress and behave in the way that feels most comfortable to them.
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'The Streets of San Francisco' Celebrates the City's Gay Pride
- By: Amanda GreerJul 15, 2013