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Riverside, California 2021-06-12 23:25:59 –

Tom Tagriaview, President of Pride Corpus Christi, said:

Corpus Christi, Texas — A year of COVID has returned pride to the coastal bend after local organizations have been unable to host annual face-to-face events.

Tom Tagriaview, President of Pride Corpus Christi, said:

June is Pride Month. Tagria View says it will host local events all year round to celebrate. Includes today’s pet parade where Tom says he has a special meaning behind it.

“The LGBTQ + people are very close to their pets. They experience unconditional love-and that’s what many of us feel we need in our lives and I Taking our pets gives us that experience that we are so coveted, “said Tagria View.

The pope parade took place on Saturday near the United Church of Christ of St. Paul, which was only 0.5 miles, but long enough for those pets to stretch their stuff.

Dana Warsham, who is also a member of the Pride Commission, said he wanted to make this first annual event family-friendly, so there were activities for children and prizes for the most prideful pets.

Both Tom and Dana say that these pride events are not just fun, they also bring awareness to the community and inclusiveness.

“It’s not just the LGBTQ + community. Everyone is welcome. We hope that one day the whole society will be open, so everyone can participate,” Worsham said.

Click here for a complete list of pride events taking place here this month here.

For the latest information on Coastal Bend’s coronavirus, click here..

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