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Christopher Street 2014 w/school age kids?

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I just noticed that Christopher Street will be happening while we are in Cologne this summer. I'll be traveling with a rising 7th grader & 3rd grader. Should I worry? We are from a major city and both kids have friends with two dads or two moms. My kids attend a bi-lingual school, and have solid language skills, so there is a good chance they will understand what is being said (I mean to a point....)

But, what parents do and what adults do without kids are two different things! I'm all for celebrating the different types of people, but don't want to get into seeing body parts that are normally covered in a parade. Is Christopher Street more San Fran in the 60s or more Dupont in the 2010? Or just stay away at night, and the day should be fine?

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