Thirty-four people were arrested at the parade, said Boston Mochia spokesman James Mochi.
The parade started around noon in Copley Square and moved along the streets of Boylston and Tremont, ending at Town Hall Plaza.
Floats and signs express pro-military and pro-Trump sentiments, such as "Support our troops" and "Build the wall and crime will fall." A man in a jister's hat wore a sign saying "Great I'm right" as he danced down the street.
"I am outraged at the idea that straight people need a pride parade," said parade observer Shoshan Ehrlich, who came with her daughter. "We are not a suppressed majority by imagination. This is full of hatred and insult. "
Monica Cannon-Grant Ali, with Black Lives Matter Cambridge, helped organize one of the counter-protests, said protesters wanted to oppose it. hatred. "
" I feel like they are benefiting from Boston Pride, which is our LGBTK celebration. They used it as their next thing to hate, "she said in an interview with CNN.
" We chanted against hatred and won, "says Ali, founder and CEO of Violence in Boston.
Nine people were transported to district hospitals, said Boston EMS spokeswoman Caitlin McLaughlin, who was unable to provide information on their conditions. to build respect … "
" The Right Pride Event Will Pro leading to the inclusion and dissemination of awareness of issues affecting destinations in and beyond Greater Boston, "says the group's website.
Milo Yiannopoulos, a right-wing political commentator and writer, was Grand Marshal.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, he would celebrate "what makes our city so great – our people – – by visiting neighborhood couples, visiting farmers' markets and barbecues, and celebrating safe neighborhoods. "
" Like I said before, the Straight Pride parade will not overshadow the huge role that Boston plays in the national equality movement, "Walsh said via Twitter.