You talk of being proud; I am called proud, I know, and I shall not wish to believe myself otherwise; for our pride, if investigated, would have the same object, I have no doubt, though the kind may seem a little different.
He looked, as he spoke, to the seat which Mrs Clay had been lately occupying: a sufficient explanation of what he particularly meant; and though Anne could not believe in their having the same sort of pride, she was pleased with him for not liking Mrs Clay; and her conscience admitted that his wishing to promote her father's getting great acquaintance was more than excusable in the view of defeating her.
And Norah was wrong to place a scruple of pride
, and a hopeless belief in her sister which no strangers can be expected to share, above the higher claims of an attachment which might have secured the happiness and the prosperity of her future life.
Andy Train, co-chairperson of UKPON and vice-chairperson of Pride
in Hull, said: "At Pride
in Hull we were delighted to have the honour of hosting the first UK Pride
earlier this year, and it's a tribute to the impact it had on our Pride
to see six Prides
bidding for next year's event.
allow people of color the chance to celebrate our culture and orientation without explanation," says LaToya Hankins, of North Carolina's Shades of Pride
THE organisers of last weekend's successful Birmingham Pride
festival will be helping Latvia to get their celebrations off the ground.
While Baltimore and Atlanta host the biggest Black Prides
, we decided to take a look at some of the best-kept secrets in the African American gay community.
Tracing roots back to the Stonewall riots of 1969, the gay pride
observance has become a festive summer ritual, from the dance-floor diva headliners and tuneful singer-songwriters onstage to the thumping bass lines audible for miles around.
Seven years ago a Chicago troupe of Lesbian Avengers founded the Chicago Dyke March to protest sexism in the city's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender pride