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Civil rights organizations asked a federal court to halt implementation of a new Department of Defense policy resulting in the discharge of service members living with HIV. ...
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Registered voters throughout Washington will soon be receiving ballots for the Aug. 7 Primary Election. Voters in every county can return their ballots via the U.S. Postal Service without having to pay for a stamp. ...
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Beth Burnett and Karen.Richard (L-R). Photo: Golden Crown Literary Society

The GCLS Literary Awards focus solely on lesbian content. Content in all categories must include significant lesbian characters and/or themes and meet certain criteria. ...
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Supporting hands make heart sign and wave in front of a rainbow flag flying on the sidelines of a summer gay pride parade

SDSU is the second university in the U.S. and the first in California to offer a major in LGBT studies, according to the school. ...
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The Colin Higgins Foundation has announced its 18th Annual Youth Courage Award winners, whom it will recognize for extraordinary leadership and advocacy on behalf of LGBTQ youth. ...
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Chateau Gato, one of ten catios on the self-guided Catio Tour Seattle on Saturday, July 28.

Catio Tour Seattle is a self-guided tour of 10 creatively designed catios (outdoor, enclosed cat patios) at homes from West Seattle through NW Seattle on Saturday, July 28 from noon to 4 p.m. ...
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One of the biggest renovations is that PRIDE Barcelona returns to Avenida María Cristina. The legendary avenue will become the heart of PRIDE BCN on June 29 and 30 and will have three main spaces. ...
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Image via Flickr by Nicholas_T

The Pacific Northwest is incomparably beautiful. The moss-covered evergreens, rolling hills covered in prairie grass, deep blue lakes, rivers, and waterfalls are all enhanced by the moderate temperatures this area is known for. It's a hiker's paradise. ...
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Lambda Legal and the SPLC will review the documents provided by BOP and decide what legal actions, if any, need to be taken next to protect transgender people in the federal criminal justice system. ...
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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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