However, if you are not a member of this community, you may not know much about Gay Pride.The lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning persons community, shortened to LGBT, has been persecuted around the globe throughout history.
It almost seems that you have to be a tourist to truly appreciate all of the wonderful attractions of a city.
However, due to San Diego’s beautiful warm climate and natural beauty I would guess that San Diegans do get out and enjoy their town more than folks in other parts of the US.
That being said, here are a few places you may have overlooked that can provide a nice change of pace.
If you live in the city of San Diego, or are visiting, and are about to go on a date then why not take this opportunity to explore some of the beautiful outdoor attractions in and around the city.
One of the oppressed groups that has been struggling for rights is the LGBT community.
Gay pride is really about taking pride in oneself and refusing to be oppressed.
For example, there is an awesome speed boat adventure that will take you on a 90 minute tour.
This exciting tour will get you up close and personal with some of the more key sights such as Coronado Bridge, the USS Midway, and the US Navy submarine base. After your exciting 90 minutes boat tour you will want to grab a bite to eat.
Cities across the country have pride marches where participants can openly celebrate their sexual freedom.
These marches and other displays of gay pride not only give participants the opportunity to gladly boast of their preferences, it has increased societal acceptance for those who have different beliefs or preferences.
Finally, to end your historic date you should do a dinner and a show at poolside.