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The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway, as part of the Seattle Capitol Hill Station Development, a transit-oriented, mixed-income and mixed-use development project, will break ground June 19, 2018. ...
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Richard Grenell

The gay Republican ambassador's comments were published in two different articles by right-wing news site Breitbart over the weekend. ...
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The Rainbow Connection

At exactly 10:55 A.M. on the morning of June 24, Sisters and singers from the Choruses will be stationed along the parade route, leading the crowd in the moment of silence. ...
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Wednesday, the Supreme Court of Bermuda agreed to overturn the nation’s same-sex marriage ban and decided in favor of OUTBermuda and its co-litigants. ...
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sers of The Social Queer network concert at Cafe Solstice in Capitol Hill. Photo: Agazit Afeworki

Sectioned around a U-shaped booth at Capitol Hill’s Café Solstice, women gathered for the network’s first official concert on May 17 with a curated list of acts - who English discovered as users of her network. ...
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Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court handed the religious right a limited, fact-specific victory, ruling that the Colorado civil rights agency violated the religious rights of a Denver baker who refused to sell a same-sex couple a wedding cake. ...
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Photo: MAP

A new report shows how stigma, discrimination, and systematic attempts to undermine marriage equality harm the estimated 300,000 children raised by same-sex couples and LGBT parents. ...
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Dana Zzyym

Lambda Legal returned to federal district court this week to argue on behalf of U.S. citizen and Navy veteran Dana Zzyym, an intersex person whose gender identity is neither male nor female, to whom the U.S. State Department refuses to issue an accurate passport. ...
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Seattle/King County Clinic celebrates its fifth year in KeyArena at Seattle Center, Sept. 20-23. Organizers have ambitious goals of recruiting 1,000 volunteers per day to provide over $3.5 million in free dental, vision and medical services to people in need. ...
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Outgoing National Center for Lesbian Rights Executive Director Kate Kendell, right, enjoying a moment with the Human Rights Campaign’s Director of Public Education and Research Ashland Johnson, left, at the 41st annual NCLR Gala at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco, May 19, 2018. Photo: NCLR

It was a night to party. It was a night to say goodbye. It was a night to raise a lot of money for LGBT rights. It all happened in one amazing Saturday night at the NCLR sold out 41st annual dinner gala and party at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco on May 19. ...
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