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  • Mid-South Pride is Tennessee's second-largest LGBT pride event.Memphis, Tennessee-Wikipedia
  • As a grand marshal of the Mid-South Pride parade, Toscano returned to Memphis in June 2008, where he had been a resident of the Love in Action program 10 years earlier.Peterson Toscano-Wikipedia
  • Lion is also doing more live shows including gay pride festivals in Memphis (Mid-South Pride) and his hometown of El Paso.BEN (song)-Wikipedia

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