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After she emptied her steaming cup in the police officer's face, all hell broke lose.
Chairs, dishes, and sugar shakers went airborne and the restaurant's dirty windows were smashed; outside, queers broke the windows of a squad car and lit a newsstand on fire.
Often arrested for violating the city's anti–cross-dressing ordinance as well as the sex work they were often forced to do, the "screaming queens" erupted one night after one of their own was being hauled away from the cafeteria.PLEASE READ OUR GUIDELINES: PLEASE READ OUR FAQ: (subject to change): Coming Soon! – The 2019 march route will go up Dolores from the park; make a right on Market; left on Viki Mar Lane (also known as Taylor St 🙂 into the Compton’s Transgender Cultural District; the Trolley will stop at Eddy St. – What to expect- At the “end of the march”, there will be a short program of speakers before dispersing to the after parties! The Trans March rents a classic street car that leads the march and provides seating for our elders and person’s who may need assistance. Youth & Elder Brunch (hosted by LYRIC & Openhouse)- 11am-2pm Resource Fair (sponsors & vendors)- 2pm-6pm • Family Area (hosted by Our Family Coalition) • HIV Testing- Rapid, Free, Confidential- (Provided by Transform SF) • Transformation Booth (hosted by San Francisco Community Health Center) Trans March Community Stage- 3pm- 6pm • Performers, Speakers and Special Guests! Immediately following the chaos, restaurant owners banned trans women and drag queens.The community picketed against the decision the following night, and Gene Compton's replacement windows were soon reduced to shards on the sidewalk.
The riot happened because, "We were tired of being arrested for nothing. Anything they could think of to make their quota or just to make our lives a living hell, they would do.""The Tenderloin was the gay mecca of San Francisco," says Flames, who came to California from Texas.