Archives for March 2019

Monthly Archives: March 2019

The Washington Huskies celebrate after junior Sis Bates double to start the fifth inning. The Huskies faced off against the number one UCLA Bruins losing 4-2 in eight innings on Saturday, March 16th at Husky Stadium in Seattle.
Local Sports

The Washington Huskies went into Saturday’s game against the UCLA Bruins looking to even up after dropping a 3-0 decision to the Bruins the day before. ...
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Faith and Religion National

A new report from the Public Religion Research Institute finds that strong majorities within all religious groups, including white evangelicals and Jehovah’s Witnesses, show sustained support for LGBT nondiscrimination policies. ...
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Entertainment

Macklemore will receive the Stevie Ray Vaughan Award in recognition of his significant dedication to and support of MusiCares and his commitment to helping others in the addiction recovery process. ...
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Travel

The more time I spent in P-Town, the more I began to realize why people are in love with this destination. You feel like you’re in a gay oasis a million miles away from the rest of society and free to do whatever you want, without judgement. ...
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Washington Huskies celebrate at home plate as they welcome sophomore Emma Helm (far right) after her home run against Idaho State during the Huskies 8-0 run-rule win on Sunday, March 10th at Husky Stadium on the UW campus. Virginia Lopez photo for The Seattle Lesbian
Local Sports

The Huskies will start Pac-12 play this weekend against the number one ranked Bruins who come in at 22-1 with their only loss against #25 Michigan Wolverines. ...
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Video via GLAAD
Entertainment

GLAAD, the world’s largest LGBTQ media advocacy organization, has re-released Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson’s horrific anti-LGBTQ record after new audio surfaced of Carlson using derogatory slurs against LGBTQ Americans during a radio interview from 2006. ...
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National

Tuesday, the city of San Francisco issued an official proclamation declaring it is an Open to All city, pledging to welcome everyone regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, age, immigration status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, religion, or disability. ...
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International

The law criminalizing male homosexuality was introduced in the 19th century, toughened under Nazi rule and retained in that form by democratic West Germany, which convicted some 50,000 men between 1949 and 1969. ...
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Entertainment

While there are many venues catered to delivering a fantastic night out, a new night-in craze has swept the LGBTQ community of Seattle. ...
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The UCLA Bruins celebrates and waits for teammate redshirt-junior Rachel Garcia after her home run in the top of the eighth put the Bruins up 4-2 in their Pac-12 match-up against the Washington Huskies. The runs ended up being the difference as UCLA won their second in a row against the Huskies on Saturday, March 16th at Husky Stadium.
Health

Have you ever considered the amount of damage caused by sun rays on your skin and hair? Yes, the heat is pretty dangerous and you ought to find ways to counter this issue before you cause further damage. Here are a few tips on how to go about it. ...
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