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Section One

Legendary Gay human rights activist to speak in Seattle
AIDS Memorial Quilt Founder Cleve Jones joins LGBT rally for workers rights

LGBT Rally for Workers Rights

Saturday, September 16, Cal Anderson Park, 11th Ave & E Howell St.

Gather at 11am, rally at 12noon.

Sponsored by Pride At Work AFL-CIO.

On Saturday, September 16, Cleve Jones - founder of the Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt and
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Judical races among the most important races in September primary, says LGBT advocates
"The outcome of this Tuesday's primary election will have a major impact on the future of LGBT rights in Washington state," said longtime LGBT-rights advocate Bill Dubay.

by Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

Judicial races are the last races listed on the ballot and often go overlooked by many voters.

However, pro-Les
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Northwest LeatherSir, Leatherboy & Community Boot Black winners announced
Before an overflowing, standing room only, crowd at The Cuff Complex, Wendell Joost III, of Seattle , and Brandon "Puppy Ruffy" Lyons-Nava, of Seattle , were chosen as Northwest LeatherSir and Northwest Leatherboy 2006, respectively, from a field of two Sir and two boy contestants. Henry Brown, of Seattle , was awarded Northwest Community Boot Bla more
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Candidates make final push at GSBA Candidate Forum
Sold-out event attracts 300 people

by Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer



The Greater Seattle Business Association, a chamber of commerce for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community and its allies, held a candidate forum at The Westin in downtown Seattle on Wednesday, September 13. The sold-out event attra
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Vote for justice
The primaries are where the action is this year in the state of Washington, especially when it comes to securing justice in the courts. Your vote in the primary on September 19 could make all the difference.

SUPREME COURT RACES

Remember that Supreme Court decision that came down 5-4 a few weeks ago? Our state Supreme Cou
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Op-ed: A war against love itself
Same-sex marriage got a much-needed boost this month with former NBA basketball star Charles Barkley and movie star Brad Pitt offering their endorsements. While it is too soon to call this a trend among heterosexual men, all cultural tsunamis start with trendsetters such as Barkley and Pitt.

On Fox SportsNet's "CMI: The Chris Meyers Interv
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Plaintiff in historic U. S. Supreme Court case outlawing sodomy laws passes away
'Because Tyrone Garner...had the courage to challenge homophobic sodomy laws...love, sexuality and family play the same role in Gay people's lives as they do for everyone else.'

Lambda Legal's Executive Director, Kevin Cathcart, issued the following statement concerning the death of Tyrone Garner, one of the two plaintiffs in Lambda Legal'
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Lifelong AIDS Alliance to benefit from M A C Cosmetics grant
Agency to receive $500,000 for food program

M A C AIDS Fund announced $6 million USD in grants to 12 organizations addressing crucial areas of need affecting the HIV/AIDS epidemic and those living with the virus. The grants address four specific areas of need: 1. TREATMENT ADHERENCE: The importance of developing peer based programs
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