San Franciscans always find a way to turn streets into outrageous and colorful fashion shows, and each year’s Pink Saturday celebration was no exception. As the Dyke March wound down Castro Street last night, the festivities revved up, fueled by a combination of booze and the advent of marriage equality in New York. People wore pink. They wore drag. They donned leather. They sprinkled glitter over their bodies. The showed off tats. Or, in some cases, they wore nothing at all. (The people who should never take their clothing off in public did, of course, thereby reinforcing an old rule.) Check out some pics from this year’s celebration.