Ron wasn't too sure whether it was a girl dressed as a girl, or a bloke dressed as a girl because this was a 'Gay and Lesbian Pride Parade', demanding the end to homophobia. There were lots of different sorts of people - Gays, Lesbians, Bi-sexuals, and Trans genders and everything in-between, even straight people, but it was often hard to tell them apart. Some women (well, they looked like women) seemed to be packing way too much in their knickers, while some blokes (?) weren't packing much at all. Horses were also common, which we’ve yet to see at the Sydney Mardi Gras, and these were being ridden by cowboys (?) or by colourful women (?) in sombreros and flouncy dresses. One horse was being ridden by a black-leather, silver studded slightly clad male with a beard and partly shaved head with skulls hanging from his belt. We weren't too sure about the gender he represented ... and we weren’t game to ask!