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Hutcherson disrupts silence at Mount Si High School

GLSEN provides counterpoint to Hutcherson's misinformation

by Robert Raketty - Special to the SGN

Inside Mount Si High School in Snoqualmie on Friday, April 25, over 200 students went about their school day in silence. The students were participating in the annual Day of Silence, which seeks to bring attention to anti-Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgen
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Gov. Chris Gregoire announces re-election bid
by Tim Peter - SGN Staff Writer

Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire kicked off her re-election campaign on Monday, July 28, at the Seattle Westin Hotel. New Mexico Governor and former presidential candidate Bill Richardson headlined the fundraiser of almost 1,300 Gregoire supporters, which raised more than $300,000.

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HRC rolls out 2008 election strategy
by Lisa Keen - Keen News Service

CNN Democratic pundit Paul Begala told reporters in a telephone conference call Monday that, after the 2006 mid-term elections, the Human Rights Campaign was ranked "one of top two most successful political organizations in the whole country." A more precise statement would have been that HRC had
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Dept. of Neighborhoods offers community grants
Pride planning qualifies for Small Sparks program

by Nick Ardizzone - SGN Staff Writer

As the community begins preparing for Pride festivities, the Department of Neighborhoods seeks to remind shrewd planners that the deadline to apply for its Small Sparks fund-matching award is Thursday, May 15. Peter McGraw, the
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Funny Lesbians
by Jennifer Vanasco - SGN Contributing Writer

Lesbians are funny.

Just a few years ago, this wasn't obvious. Lesbians were stereotyped as angry and whining. In fact, Lesbians were thought to take things way too seriously, to become offended by any slip of the tongue. It was dangerous to talk to Lesbians, bec
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International News
International News
by Rex Wockner - SGN Contributing Writer

Uruguay sees first civil union
Uruguay's first civil union took place April 17, more than three months after Latin America's first national civil-union law came into force.

Actor Adrián Figuera, 38, and theater director Juan Carlos Moretti, 67, tied the knot before a judge, family and friends. more
Northwest News
Northwest News
EMERALD CITY SOFTBALL LEAGUE 2008 SOFTBALL SEASON
Open Division games will be played primarily at the North SeaTac fields again this year, S. 128th St. & 20th Ave. S., and the Women's Division games will be played at the Lower Woodland Complex, Aurora Ave. N. & N. 59th St. For complete details about the league, including game times and field locations, see the league
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National News
National News
by Rex Wockner - SGN Contributing Writer

PlanetOut, GLAAD, HRC punish hotel
In apparent response to media inquiries, PlanetOut Inc., the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, and the Human Rights Campaign acted swiftly April 22 and 23 to dissociate themselves from the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego.

PlanetOut, GLAAD and Global H
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Miserable enough, Mr. Keillor?
by Sally Sheklow - Special to the SGN

"Nothing bad ever happens to humor writers," Garrison Keillor told 300-some of us aspiring humor writers at a recent writers' workshop. "It's all material."

Material? You mean bad like the night my 75-gallon recycling bin tipped over as I wheeled it curbside, whacked me in
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Surveying Gay seniors
by Paul Varnell - SGN Contributing Writer

I have written somewhat playfully about the annoyances and advantages of growing older, but there are serious issues here for the Gay community. The demographic bulge we call the "Baby Boom" is surging into the Gay "senior" category, much as it is into the "senior" category generally.
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Between the wild party and the wedding party
Between the wild party and the wedding party by Wayne Besen - SGN Contributing Writer

When I first came out in 1988, if two young Gay people met, the reaction often was, "You too! I thought I was alone." As my 20-year high school reunion approaches, I witnessed an identical response in a seminal New York Times Magazine cov
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The Outfield - Muscle boys and the gym
An open letter to the community Booksigning and dinner for workers' rights
Entre Hermanos - Seattle takes to the streets
Feminism discussion heats up the cold



 

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