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Section One

ECSA BLUE SOX WIN GAY WORLD SERIES
by Sara Michelle Fetters

The Backfire Chiropractic Blue Sox beat the San Francisco Scorpions to win the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance (NAGAAA) C-Division World Series Championship last Saturday, Aug. 20 in San Diego, holding off their opponents for a 20-17 victory. The Blue Sox suffered their only elimination round defeat at the hands of Scorpions in the first of
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AIDS WALK 2005 projected to raise more than $600,000
Lace up your sneakers and help better the lives of folks with HIV/AIDS in Seattle and King County

For the first time in its 19-year history, the annual AIDS Walk will be held on Capitol Hill this year, in Volunteer Park. Gov. Christine Gregoire and other elected officials and celebrities will help kick-off the event - Saturday, Sept. 10
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SPC to prepare 'feasibility study' of moving Pride to Seattle Center
by Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

The Seattle Pride Committee heard more voices on Sunday, August 21, from members of the region's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community who oppose a proposal to move the Seattle Pride March and Rally off of Capitol Hill next year to Seattle Center. The small crowd of about 20 gathered to att
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Gays and Lesbians terrorized - Mugabe's police force destroy homes, businesses for 'Clean Up The Filth' campaign
LONDON - Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe have released testimonies (see below) they have collected from their members who have been affected by President Robert Mugabe's Murambatsvina campaign (Operation 'Clean Up The Filth').

Armed police forced people to demolish their own houses, destroyed small businesses (often the only source of income
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Diversity sells: Seattle hosts LGBT business leaders
by Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

As the visibly of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender-owned businesses continues to grow, American is waking up the reality that such businesses occupy not only Wall Street, but the Main Streets of Anytown, U.S.A. It is estimated that there are over 800,000 LGBT owned businesses and entrepreneurs n
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Make three calls to protect Medicaid
by Communities in Action Network

Congress will decide this fall how to cut up to $10 billion for Medicaid, the federal/state health care program for seniors, children, and people with disabilities. Medicaid finances more than 55 percent of all AIDS care and 90 percent of all AIDS care for children in the United States. This includes fundin
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SEATTLE GAY HISTORY: Snakes 'R' us
by Don Paulson

Eastern origins of snake dancers and snake worship are ancient, but leave it to the naughty West to transform the snake into an object of sex. Local Burlesque queen Hotcha Hinton said, "Snakes are wonderfully exotic and theatrical and enormously phallic. Twelve feet of that between your legs will certainly keep you inspired!
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YEAR'S FIRST GAY RIGHTS BILL PASSES LEGISLATURE
Speaker Pro Tem Leland Yee and Equality California Join Forces to add sexual orientation to fair campaign code; legislation now hits gGovernor's desk

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Legislation designed to prevent discrimination against Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) individuals in political campaigns is one critical step away from bec
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