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PHOTOS: Iowa City Pride

PHOTOS: Iowa City Pride

PHOTOS: Iowa City Pride

The 44th annual Pride Parade was celebrated by friends and family as it wound it way through downtown Iowa City.

Assembling at College Green Park at 11 a.m. Saturday, the Iowa City Pride Parade wound its way through the university town. The celebration boasted 50 for-profit and nonprofit vendors, which is 10 more than last year's total, as well as a longer parade. "It is getting bigger, and we had great participation by allies this year," Jewell Amos, chair of the Iowa City Pride Committee, told the Iowa City Press Citizen.

Parade photos courtesy of Troy Shehan.

Pile in for pride!

Leopard pride.

Thumbs up for the LGBT community.

Cowboys and kings, we welcome all.

Theme outfits make the day festive.

Kids and families line up as motorcycles roar past.

The ladies take turns with the bullhorn.

Pride on wheels.

A colorful chorus heralds the day.

Back at ya, ladies!

Vroom, VROOOOM!!!

Don't stop the car, I need to catch that photo.

Belly-dancing Pride.

Bring the whole family, it's always fun.

Supporting the LGBT troops.

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Skating to the roar of the crowd on a beautiful June day in Iowa City.

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