Oct 14, 2005
Volume 33
Issue 41

Wednesday, Apr 14, 2021 12:46


Section One

Bigots offer ex-Gay therapy at Lake Washington High School; concern grows over Eastside church
"My first concerns were to the students of the Gay-Straight Alliance on campus. How they must feel having a message on campus taunting them to change, to be mentally healthy, to be moral," - GLSEN's Education & Training Director Joe Bento, M. Ed.

Concerned about "ex-Gay therapy" being offered on Lake Washington High School property, staff from the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Ed
Legal Marriage Alliance marks ten years of marriage equality work in Washington State
Evan Wolfson to Speak at Anniversary Celebration

The Legal Marriage Alliance of Washington (LMA) celebrates its 10th anniversary this October with keynote speaker Evan Wolfson, Executive Director of Freedom to Marry ( Wolfson is one of the "100 most influential people in the world" (Time Magazine, 2004) and the aut
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Oregon LGBT advocates nix '06 ballot measure for civil unions and anti-discrimination protection
Basic Rights Oregon announced Friday, October 7, that it will not work to place a measure seeking civil unions or the anti-discrimination proposal that failed earlier this year in the Oregon legislature on Oregon's 2006 ballot. Instead, the organization will launch a three-year campaign to the build the grassroots capacity, political power and publ more
Supreme Court response to marriage ruling to be moved
By Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

Organizers of the community gathering that was planned for 5 p.m. in Volunteer Park on the day that the Washington State Supreme Court hands down its decision in the Anderson/Castle marriage equality case, have announced that the event will now be moved to Seattle First Baptist Church.

Bush's Supreme Court nominee continues to raise questions from both sides
Miers'1989 questionnaire from Lesbian/Gay Political Coalition of Dallas fuels debate

By Lisa Keen - SGN Contributing Writer

It's been a strange week for President Bush's second Supreme Court pick, Harriet Miers. While the nominee whom Bush chose to replace Justice Sandra Day O'Connor is one he described as an evangelical born
Libertarian perspective: More Bush insults
by Sheldon Richman - Senior Fellow - The Future of Freedom Foundation

Everybody is good at something, and George Bush is good at insulting our intelligence. As if he hasnt provided enough evidence, he recently obliged with two more demonstrations.

First came his nomination of White House counsel Harriet Miers to the U.S. Supr
Seattle's Gay history: VALERIE SOLANIS
By Don Paulson - SGN Contributing Writer

An interview with Morgan Ahern who knew Valerie Solanis, the woman who shot Andy Warhol, the most famous Gay man in the world, next to Oscar Wilde in November 1968:

Valerie Solanis came into Warhol's Studio, aimed her .32 automatic pistol at the artist who screamed, "No Valerie, don't do
SEAMEC welcomes new steering committee member
SEAMEC, the Seattle Metropolitan Elections Committee, is pleased toannounce that Jeff Koertzen has joined the SEAMEC Steering Committee.

Jeff grew up in Oregon as the son of a Pentecostal minister and came out while serving on the Interfraternity Council at Northwestern University in1990. Later, after working for Microsoft for over six yea

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