Search form

Scroll To Top

Ten Things Brian Moylan Hates About Pride


The perfect antidote to the weekend festivities

Pride: a time for festivities and displays of partial nudity around the world. Chock full of rainbows and parades, the global celebration has beome a month-long holiday for the LGBT community to come together and collectively eat (well, sort of), drink, dance, and have a gay old time.

However, if you're feeling a bit sick of Pride this year, or every year, and former Gawker writer Brian Moylan may have provided you with the perfect antidote over at Vice: Just as the festivities are reaching their fever pitch in New York City, he has released a column titled 'Things I Hate About Pride' in Vice. Although Pride is his "favorite day of the year", he has some very legitimate concerns about the festivities.

His gripes, which include sunburns, not being able to call "gay" to work on Monday, the pressure of the seemingly endless array of events, and the segregation of are undoubtedly shared by many others in the community. However, some of his more specific complaints (I'm looking at you, redundancy of saying "assless chaps") are bit more Moylan-centric.

So, if you're looking to take the edge off of the mixture of pride and alcohol seeping out of everyone's pores this weekend, click here to read the rest of the article!

Advocate Channel - The Pride StoreOut / Advocate Magazine - Fellow Travelers & Jamie Lee Curtis

From our Sponsors

Most Popular

Latest Stories

Peter Frost