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The San Francisco Dyke March would not be possible without the support of dedicated volunteers and the community in the Mission.  If you don't live in San Francisco, find a Dyke March near you! There is also a wealth of resources available online, so check it out.

Organizations and Resources:

Dykes On Bikes®

San Francisco Pride

San Francisco Trans March

SoulFire: Dyke Motorcycle Club

Queer Cultural Arts Center


Wolfe On Demand Bookstores and Magazines:

Ms. Magazine

Off Our Backs

On Our Backs



Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon

Ruth Ellis


Sloan Hunter

Chrystal Jang

Old Lesbians Organizing for Change

Fannyann Eddy (murdered in Sierra Leone)


Films and Filmakers:

Before Stonewall

Last Call at Maud's

The Word is Out



Daphne Gottlieb

Judy Grahn

Pat Parker



Gloria Anzaldua

Elana Dykewoman

Jewell Gomez

Jill Johnston (Lesbian Nation)

Audre Lorde

Cherrie Moraga

Robin Morgan

Joan Nestle

Barbara Smith



Sisterhood is Powerful


Musicians and Artists:

LVA (Lesbians in the Visual Arts)

Chicago/New Haven Women's Liberation Rock Bands

Trish Tunney Photography


Lesbian Theory:

Essental Reading for Jewish Lesbians and Their Friends

Toward a Black Feminist Criticism



Nia Gathering

Old Lesbians Organizing for Change (July 2008 Gathering)

Art created by Mirjana Lin

Dyke Marches Around the World


If you don't see your city or country represented on this list, email to let us know!


Boston, MA                

Denver, CO

Long Beach, CA

New York City, NY

Oakland, CA

Portland, ME

Salt Lake City, UT

Santa Cruz, CA

Seattle, WA

Washington, D.C.

Toronto, Canada

Vancouver, Canada

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