Article Title:Auckland Pride Fest: in pictures
Category:Events
Author or Credit:pictures thanks to Andrea
Published on:25th February 2013 - 09:42 am
Published by:GayNZ.com
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Story ID:12964
Text:As we all recover from the Auckland Pride Festival, here are some of our very favourite moments, in pictures, for you to enjoy. A jawdropping performer at the opening Pride Gala DLO Rod Salt has fun with some jailbirds John Key, Buffy and Bimbo and some not so gay red shirts Bear Drag! Part of Bear NZ Week. The museum's amazing rainbow lights The Defence Force makes history Labour MP Jacinda Ardern strips down to a wedding dress at the Pride Debate Members of the Fairy Flotilla farewell a gay cruise ship ... flashingly! Proud, a fitting send-off Steven Oates and Ruby at Doggy Style *Thank you to our photographer Andrea for all her hard work during the festival. Get some R  
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