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2014 Boston Dyke March Countdown:
2014-6-13 22:00:00 GMT+00:00


The Boston Dyke March is a non-commercial, community-centered, grassroots, inclusive queer event.  Join thousands of dykes, lesbians, bisexuals, queers, genderqueers, transwomen, transmen, intersexuals, and allies marching for political and cultural change.

Fun Ways to Participate

Express Yourself!
Bring drums, noisemakers, whistles, signs, banners, puppets, friends, cheers, merriment, smiles, pride, and more…

Dykes on scooters
Ride in the march on your scooter

Meet at the corner of Charles and Boylston, next to the Dykes on Bikes

Scooters are not permitted on the Boston Common

Dykes on bicycles
Ride your bike at the tail of the march

Drum troupe
Gather your friends and form a drum troupe

Bring your own drums or pick up them up near the Bandstand

Community Groups
Bring your community group banner and march as a group

Just show up with your banner and people

For more info, contact: dykemarch@gmail.com


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The Boston Dyke March is on Friday, June 13, 2014. The Dyke March happens Rain or Shine!

Boston Dyke March

Meet at the Boston Common Gazebo (The Parkman Bandstand)

March and Rally

Click here to earn how to Volunteer

The Dyke March Thanks the Following Performers for making the 2013 March Special:

the Homestead Family Band


the Homestead Family Band

The Homestead Family Band started playing music on front porches and street corners after meeting at a JP gender-free contra dance. They now regularly play weddings, farm festivals, celebrations, and local events, including guerilla style dance parties at the JP Boathouse in the summer! https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Homestead-Family-Band/





The ‘10s meets ’70s classic/psych rock by way of ‘90s riot grrl/punk.



Sass Attack


Boston Sass Attack

Boston Sass Attack is a group of radical cheerleaders who are sassy and oppose oppression.

Porsha Olayiwola  

Poet: Porsha Olayiwola

Black, dyke, poet, lover, hip-hop feminist, womanist friend, Porsha Olayiwola is a performance artist who believes in pixie dust and second chances. A resident of Boston by way of Chicago, Porsha O is runner-up of the 2012 Women of the World Poetry Slam and a current member of the Lizard Lounge National Poetry Slam Team. Her intention is to speak, love, and maintain a cypher that is undocumented, uncontrollable, and just plain ole dope.


Spoken word artist:
London Bridgez

London Bridgez is a lyricist whose live performances are rooted in spoken word poetry, hip hop, literature, and live music.



ASL interpreted; wheelchair, stroller, and scooter accessible. An accessibility vehicle is available for those who need a ride for some or all of the March

Please sign up on our meetup site and/or facebook profile to keep up to date

The Boston Dyke March is for everyone! lesbians - dykes – queers - bi-women - boychicks - tomboys - grrrls - lesbian moms - lesbianas - femmes - butches - transwomen - androgs - transmen - gay girls - bois - womanists – fat dykes -sorority girls with pearls who are sleeping together - dykes on bikes - lesbian crones - african american lesbians -rural dykes - goddesses - genderqueers - poly girls - amazons - hippy chicks - lipstick lesbians - asian dykes - lesbian avengers - dykes in wheelchairs - wise old lesbians - leather dykes – babydykes ... and You!

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