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Volume 34
Issue 44
 
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Section One

Martina Navratilova slams 'Gay sheep' experiments at Oregon State University
Tennis icon condemns cruel taxpayer-funded tests seeking to alter animals' sexual preferences

PORTLAND, OR. ' Openly Gay tennis icon Martina Navratilova is condemning hormone-altering experiments on 'Gay sheep' at Oregon State University (OSU) and Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) that seek to manipulate sheep's sexual p more
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State Supreme Court Justice Susan Owens interviews with the SGN

by Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

"Don't be turned off by what you see as defeats. ... You just have to have a vision that in the future we will have a better world," said Supreme Court Justice Susan Owens.

Washington State Supreme Court Justice Susan Owens has issued landmark rulings in favor of issues of more
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Anti-Gay ballot measures loom over eight states
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“It is always hard to say how more
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Seattle bidding to host 2008 Gay Softball World Series
National officials in Seattle Friday for host city evaluation

The Mariners didn’t make it to the playoffs again this year, but they’re not the only team working to bring a World Series to the Puget Sound area.

The Emerald City So more
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Poland's anti-Gay Prime Minister outed as the government continues to spew homo-hate

by Wayne Besen

SGN Contributing Writer

Poland’s homophobic Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski—the identical twin brother of Polish President Lech Kaczynski—was outed as a homosexual in major Polish media last week in the midst of a political crisis that threatened to cause his government&rsq more
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The Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival

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SEAMEC rates candidates for '06 elections

 

For the 30th consecutive year the Seattle Metropolitan Elections Committee (SEAMEC) releases its ratings of candidates, including incumbents, on issues of interest to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities.
SEAMEC offers three forms of recognitition to candidates: A numerical rating on a zero to five scale, more
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Pre-Stonewall activist commits papers to posterity on the web
"The Kameny Papers" include half a century's worth of letters, government correspondence, testimony and photographs

by Jesse Monteagudo

SGN Contributing Writer

History - and the Lesbian and Gay community for which they did so much - have neglected the pre-Stonewall more
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N.J. ruling is both trick and treat

by Chris Crian

SGN Contributing Writer

Last week's New Jersey Supreme Court decision was no treat and all trick, according to activists bitterly disappointed that the court refused to order the state to begin marrying Gay couples.

"Those who would view [the] ruling as a victory for same-s more

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