I can't remember when Pride was in my frame of reference in terms of going to the parade but I remember being in the Parade with other lesbians of color, and back then I was hanging out with mostly South Asian and Chinese lesbians, and we'd formed a group called LOC - Lesbians Of Color - and we were in the Pride parade. There was no Dyke March back then. Dyke March didn't start until the mid- ‘90s. And this young Indian man from Trinidad came up to me and said, "Let's do something next year in 1992 for gays and lesbians of color." So in 1992 Antony Muhammad and I put together a group called Proud and Visible Coalition, and that was the first official presence of queers of color in the Pride parade in Toronto. And in ’93, we split off into World Majority Lesbians, and we called ourselves World Majority because right now in the world the majority of people are people of color. And usually when you are a person of color you're referred to a visible minority and that's a term that was coined by the government. We said no, we are not visible minorities; we are a majority. And we had a presence in the Dyke March and the Pride Parade from ‘93 until 1999. In 1999, we had a big truck. Women had never had a big truck in the parade until 1999. And we call ourselves Queer Women Coloring the Century.