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Cal Anderson Park fountain vandalized
by Nick Ardizzone - SGN Staff Writer

Early Monday morning, the Seattle Parks Department observed vandalism at Cal Anderson Park, named for Washington's first openly Gay state legislator. The mound of the fountain had been indiscriminately splattered with multicolored paint, leaving large splotches of red, white, yellow and blue on the stonework and staining the water
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Clinton talks, Obama balks
Clinton talks with Gay PA paper about GLBT issues

by Mark Segal and Sarah Blazucki - Courtesy of Philadelphia Gay News

The Democratic race for president has been heating up for months. And where once eight contenders graced the national stage, only two have made it to Pennsylvania's primary: Sens. Hillary Cli
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Sen. Edward Kennedy supports noninclusive ENDA
Reactions from GLBT rights groups are mixed

by Nick Ardizzone - SGN Staff Writer

Senator Edward Kennedy announced this week that he will lead the movement to pass the Employee Nondiscrimination Act (ENDA) through the Senate. The proposed law would prohibit discrimination against employees based on sexual orient
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Straight male machismo underpins all tyranny
by Peter Tatchell - Courtesy of OutRage!

Queer liberation is not a mere minority issue, nor purely a question of personal lifestyle, civil rights or sexual freedom. It is, or can be, socially transformative, with the potential to aid all emancipation struggles everywhere.

Queers deviate from traditional masculini
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Curiouser and curiouser
The Sisters Of Perpetual Indulgence host "A Mad Tea Party" fundraiser

by Maggie Bloodstone - SGN Contributing Writer

It certainly looks like a scene out of Alice In Wonderland, but something's not quite & right, somehow: The garden of talking flowers, the White Rabbit, The Mad Hatter, the March Hare, the Cater
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Washington State
Mr. & Ms. Leather Contest
International News
International News
MAYORS DECLINE TO SIGN ILGA-EUROPE APPEAL
The mayors of Riga, Latvia, and Tallinn, Estonia, have declined to sign a pledge from the European Region of the International Lesbian and Gay Association in support of the rights of GLBT people to freedom of assembly and expression.

Nineteen European mayors have signed the document - from Amsterdam, Barcelona, Ber
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Northwest News
Northwest News
PLANNING CONTINUES FOR FUTURE FUNDING OF HIV/AIDS CARE SERVICES
Nearly $5.5 million will be available for HIV/AIDS care services in King County in 2009 and 2010. Starting next week, the Seattle HIV/AIDS Planning Council will begin the process of deciding what types of services will be funded with the Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act, Part A funds.

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National News
National News
FAMILY RESEARCH COUNCIL APOLOGIZES TO GAYS
The vice president for policy at the Family Research Council, Peter Sprigg, apologized March 27 for having said he wants to export Gays from the U.S.

In a March 19 interview with Medill News Service, while speaking against a pending bill that grants immigration rights to gay Americans' foreign partners, Sprigg said
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California amendment banning GLBT marriage gathers signatures
With just a few weeks left to qualify for the ballot, proponents of a constitutional amendment banning marriage for same-sex couples are reporting that they have gathered 881,000 of the 1.1 million signatures needed. The Equality for All campaign continues to fight this signature gathering drive, calling on the LGBT community and all fair-minded more
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Straightwashing an American Army hero
by Chris Crain - SGN Contributing Writer

When Army Maj. Alan G. Rogers was buried in Arlington National Cemetery, fallen by a roadside bomb in Iraq, the Washington Post reported that his commander called him "an exceptional, brilliant person" who was eulogized as "one of the heroes of history."

What Rogers wouldn'
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Softball Association inducts new members into Hall of Fame Sunday
ECSA HALL OF FAME INDUCTION<
SUNDAY, 4 PM
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The Emerald City Softball Association Hall of Fame will induct two new members this week. In a ceremony that kicks off the ECSA season, Greg Bannish and Mike "Milly" Farris will be enshrined. Both Mike and Greg are past Open League Commissioners and championed growt
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