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Volume 33
Issue 32

 
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Londoners protest Iran executions
LONDON - One hundred people protested outside the Iranian Embassy in London Thursday coinciding with simultaneous U.S. and European protests against Iran's tyrannical, homophobic, misogynistic and fundamentalist regime.

"We condemn the execution of two teenage boys in Iran on charges involving homosexual acts. One of them was a minor at the time of his execution; both were mino
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ACLU, Northwest Women's Law Center receive leadership award
by Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

The American Civil Liberties Union of Washington and the Northwest Women's Law Center received Lambda Legal's Leadership Award during Lambda's annual Seattle Garden Party on Thursday, August 4. The two organizations were recognized for their efforts to secure equal marriage rights for same-sex couples
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City Council approves $500,000 for Broadway revitalization
Ailing business district to get a boost for streetscape improvements and other amenities

SEATTLE -This week, the City Council approved $500,000 for Capitol Hill's ailing Broadway Business District for such improvements as enhanced building facades; prevention and remediation of graffiti and window-etching; sidewalk cleaning and streetscape
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Lesbian couple tests Cherokee tribal law with mixed results
by Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

After having been barred from entering her partner's hospital room because she was not considered family by hospital staff, Dawn McKinley, 33, decided that she wanted to take her relationship with her partner to the next logical step - marriage. However, their decision to seek a marriage certificate u
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Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival seeks volunteers
Three Dollar Bill Cinema, producer of the Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, is looking for volunteers for our festival in October, 2005. We need all types of volunteers to help usher, sell tickets, distribute posters, help with our computers, web, accounting and more!

Volunteering for the Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival is a gre
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CAMP marks 10th anniversary
Widely hailed program brings together Gay, Bi and Trans men for a weekend of fun and growth

This year marks the 10th anniversary of an innovative program called CAMP that has attracted not only Seattle Gay, Bi and Trans men but also men from as far away as New York and even Sweden. CAMP, which is put on each year by a group of volunteers c
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Response action planned against 'ex-Gay' film
In response to an initiative underway aimed against the spirit of National Coming Out Day, members of the LGBT community and their allies are encouraged to organize nationwide screenings of a new documentary film that shines light on some of the personal stories behind the "ex-Gay" debate.

Author and activist Wayne Besen, filmmaker Tom Mur
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Movement leaders gather in Kentucky for largest meeting ever of statewide LGBT organizations
LOUISVILLE, KY - Leaders of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender civil rights movement, including representatives from Equality Washington, returned to their home states from Kentucky this week after four days of meetings where they shared strategies, information and resources to build stronger and more powerful statewide organizations. more
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