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Elizabeth Warren Doesn't March At The Pride Parade, She Dances

The senator went all out at Boston's Pride event.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren showed off her best moves Saturday at Boston’s Pride Parade. 

The LGBTQ community had the chance to party with the Massachusetts senator at the event, where she took selfies and delivered hugs. Warren posted photos and a video to both her official government Facebook page and her personal page.  

“I love Pride,” Warren said in her video. “It may be my single most favorite day of the year. Because it’s the day we all come together to celebrate love.” 

Heck yes, senator! 

Warren is a politician with more than just talk. She has been an advocate in fighting against conversion therapy and challenging appointed figures who turn a blind eye to the discrimination of queer youth. 

And she parties with the best of them. 

“I don’t march in the Boston Pride Parade,” she wrote in another post. “I dance.”

Check out Warren’s day at the parade in the photos below.

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