What use to be known as only a gay and lesbian event, is now filled with individuals from all walks of life. The 2006 West Hollywood Halloween Costume Carnival allowed people to roam the streets with their drag queens, ghosts, vampires, witches and other Halloween costumes on Oct. 31. Local radio station 102.7 KIIS F.M.’s main attraction Kevin Federline (left) was booed by thousands before taking the stage.
The night could not go without controversy Christian members (top left) roamed the streets with large signs telling people to repent and calling the spectators evil. The crowd responded with praises, insults and public displays of affection.
Nonetheless, people were there to have fun, party and celebrate a night when any human being can become any living thing, no matter what society says.
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