Archives for July 2016

Monthly Archives: July 2016

United Methodist Church Photo
Faith and Religion

Rev. Oliveto will lead the church as the denomination’s first openly gay bishop despite the ongoing policies forbidding ordination of “self-avowed practicing homosexuals.” ...
0
Health

For HIV-infected mothers whose immune system is in good health, taking a three-drug antiretroviral regimen during breastfeeding essentially eliminates HIV transmission by breast milk to their infants. ...
0
Evan Rachel Wood and Ellen Page/Twitter
Entertainment

After coming out as bisexual in 2012, actress Evan Rachel Wood still feels that bisexuals are invisible. ...
2
Trans Ad will run during RNC
Politics

An ad depicting the challenges faced by transgender people in accessing public restrooms has been viewed more than 2 million times online. ...
0
Tina Podlodowski and family
Politics Local

Washington Conservation Voters announced Friday the sole endorsement of Tina Podlodowski, Democrat for Secretary of State. ...
0
Steven Tyler/Steph Brusig/ The Seattle Lesbian
Entertainment Local

In case anyone was wondering, Steven Tyler was very clear: he is not abandoning Rock for Country. "Why can't I do both?" he asked. ...
0
Lauren Jackson/WNBA
Sports

The Seattle Storm announced Wednesday the specifics for Lauren Jackson’s jersey retirement ceremony on Friday, July 15. ...
0
Justice Mary Yu
Politics Local

Gregoire, O’Connor and Eitzen have already had a big impact on Yu’s campaign, with more than 35 community leaders signing on in less than a month. ...
0
National

In Laveen, Ariz., Jennifer Redmond runs a group where only LGBT foster teens live. It’s been open for nine months. ...
2
Ann Dyste Photo
Editorial

For those planning to wed in the near future, LGBTQ couples should begin to understand how marriage affects their pocket books. ...
0