"I honestly think that if they do pass the marriage bill, I will move Pride to the anniversary date," he added.
The main thing Trombley said he'd like to see come from the event is to build acceptance and understanding of the LGBT community.
"We put our pants on the same way everyone else does, one leg at a time," said Trombley. "We're just another part of the community. We pay our taxes, we eat at your restaurants, we shop at your businesses."
"This is a chance for some people to hang out with a part of their community they may not know existed," he added.
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