A giant pink triangle is making its way to San Francisco's Twin Peaks today.
The acre-large triangle is honoring Pride Month. The pink triangle used to be a way to persecute homosexuals during the Nazi regime in Germany, and now the LGBTQ+ community is reclaiming the symbol. On Tuesday night, Mayor London Breed will do the honors of lighting up the triangle. Head organizer Patrick Carney says San Francisco is currently the only city that displays the pink triangle next to the rainbow flag.
According to San Francisco Bay Times, the 2021 Pink Triangle will be on Twin Peaks for all of Pride Month in its longest run yet. It will again be lit up by ILLUMINATE, the masterminds behind the Bay Lights on the SF-Oakland Bay Bridge.