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Harlem Pastor Equates Seattle’s Starbucks to Ebola

Harlem Pastor Equates Seattle’s Starbucks to Ebola

Starbucks has a long history of supporting equality. The coffee company was a prominent member of the Washington United for Marriage coalition in 2012.

Seattle Pride to Host 2015 Community Meeting

Seattle Pride will host its 2015 Community Meeting from 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 at Cupcake Royale on Capitol Hill.

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Three Public Meetings Set for the Minimum Wage Ordinance

Seattle’s new Minimum Wage Ordinance will take effect on April 1, 2015 and the Seattle Office of Civil Rights is holding three information sessions.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Comes Out: ‘I’m Proud to Be Gay’

Apple CEO Tim Cook came out in a revealing essay for Bloomberg Businessweek. The announcement makes him the highest-profile chief executive to come out.

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GLAAD Launches Southern Stories Initiative in Atlanta

GLAAD Southern Stories will complement statewide and on-the-ground initiatives; mobilize LGBT individuals and allies to share their stories with media.

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Ruling Appealed in Puerto Rico’s Discriminatory Marriage Ban Case

Lambda Legal filed a notice of appeal to the First Circuit Court of Appeals in Puerto Rico’s marriage equality case – Conde-Vidal v. Garcia-Padilla.

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Home for the Holidays: A Christmas Story, The Musical

Rehearsals began Tuesday for A Christmas Story, The Musical – the sensational hit Seattle can’t stop talking about.

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San Francisco to Lose Only Lesbian Bar The Lexington Club

After 18 years, the only lesbian bar in San Francisco, The Lexington Club, has announced it will be closing.

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Ted Olson: Marriage Equality Has Passed the ‘Point of No Return’

Ted Olson is perhaps best recognized in cultural media for arguing Bush v. Gore and the challenge to California’s marriage ban – Proposition 8.

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Federal Government to Recognize Same-Sex Marriage in Six Additional States

The federal government will now recognize same-sex married couples in six new states: Alaska, Arizona, Idaho, North Carolina, West Virginia, and Wyoming.

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