The annual event takes place Sept. 24 and parade organizer Jen Manger understands that people can get carried away with the music, but she says its important to remember, Its a Love Parade, not a sex parade.
At last years parade, the closest thing she saw to the nasty was a few people dancing naked, but it wasnt really a shock. In her words, You have to understand, nakedness in San Francisco is much more of a common occurrence.
Clothed or not, Manger says, We welcome everybody. Whats unacceptable is anyone coming with non-love feelings. This is a day of respect.
Manger says last years Love Parade the first for the city was such a success, It really blew the pants off of us. As a sign of the parades growing popularity, she says shes gone ahead and ordered way more port-a-potties this year.
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