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posted Friday, January 15, 2016 - Volume 44 Issue 03


IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: A judge in Alabama is still fighting marriage equality.
Here's why the country should care.

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: A judge in Alabama is still fighting marriage equality.
Here's why the country should care. by Maya Harris - Hillary for America Senior Policy Advisor

https://medium.com/@mayaharris_/a-judge-in-alabama-is-still-fighting-marriage-equality-here-s-why-the-country-should-care-892ffd80a21f#.2eafjbm3h

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New once-a-week injectable HIV meds await FDA approval
by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff Writer

The pharmaceutical company CytoDyn has announced that it is awaiting FDA approval of a new once-a-week injectable HIV drug. The medication, called PRO 140, could also be used for pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), the company said.

'[I]f PRO 140 is FDA approved, the infected per
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Seattle Pride names 2016 4th & Bell announcers
Miss Kitty Baby and True Halliwell are chosen as the announcers for the 4th & Bell Stage for the 42nd Annual Seattle Pride Parade

Seattle Pride has chosen True Halliwell and Miss Kitty Baby to be the announcers for the 2016 Seattle Pride Parade at the 4th & Bell Stage.

True Halliwell is living proof tha
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Statement from Washington SAFE Alliance on newly proposed anti-transgender Washington state legislation
Our community has a long history of fighting together shoulder to shoulder and in solidarity. From the first days of our modern movement for gender and sexuality justice, transgender, bisexual, lesbian, and gay people have worked together to fight back against attacks, and educate the public on our lives. As you have probably heard, yet again we more
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Love Dares You to Care: David Bowie Made Me a Better Parent
by Margot Page - Courtesy of ParentMap

'Turn, and face the strange,' he suggested, time and again as I grew up.

It surprised me yesterday, how deeply I felt the loss. I hadn't been a superfan, hadn't owned every album. What's all this drama? My kids wouldn't have named David Bowie as one of the artist
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Chely Wright, Richard Blanco and Ed Murray to bring hope to LGBTQ+ Youth at Pizza Klatch's 2nd Annual Gayla
Olympia, WA - Pizza Klatch, a youth-focused LGBTQ+ nonprofit in Thurston County, will host their 2nd Annual fundraising Gayla: 'A Slice of the Good Life' on Saturday, January 23 at 7 p.m. at The Washington Center for the Performing Arts - 512 Washington St. SE, Olympia, WA; 360-763-8585.

'The 2nd annual Gayla is the single most
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Local group that battles LGBTQ homelessness and unemployment to hold fundraising event at Neighbours January 30
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Associate Editor

Homelessness and unemployment is something that disproportionately affects the LGBTQ community, particularly LGBTQ people of color and Transgender people. There are organizations in Seattle that have made it their mission to help people get back on their feet, work to come up with solu
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2016 PREVIEW: HRC previews anti-LGBT state & local legislation
Many of the 115 anti-LGBT bills introduced in 2015 have been held over to 2016; bad bills expected in at least 27 states WASHINGTON, DC - On January 8, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, previewed state and local legislative battles in the ye more
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Virginia: latest battleground for LGBT rights
by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff Writer

Virginia will not only be an important swing state in the 2016 presidential election. It is also shaping up to be a key battleground for LGBT rights.

Four Republican state legislators have introduced bills that would sharply limit LGBT rights, especially the rights of Transgen
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Stop ICE raids, help refugees, LGBT groups tell White House
by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff Writer

Thirty-six LGBT organizations have written an open letter to the Obama administration calling for an end to immigration raids and immediate relief from violence for refugees.

The administration has arrested more than 120 immigrants during raids starting January 2, targeting Ce
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NY court upholds fines for anti-Gay wedding venue
by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff writer

The Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court ruled on January 14 that businesses may not discriminate against Gay and Lesbian couples, even if same-sex marriage conflicts with the religious beliefs of the business owners.

The ruling came in the case of Melisa and Jenni
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Chance Fashion's 2015 Artists of the Year
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Associate Editor

Active Entertainment, the group of people that produce the once, monthly Chance Fashion show events in Seattle that, like the name suggests, gives local designers, photographers and models a 'chance' to showcase their art, proudly awarded the best of the best in local Seattle fashion a
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Democratic, Republican Party brands in the toilet
New Gallup poll shows lowest party ID in 30 years

by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff Writer

Voter identification with one of the two major political parties is at its lowest point ever, according to a new Gallup poll released January 11.

The Democratic Party is at its lowest point ever, since Gallup started phone-polling the question in 1988, and the GOP is only one
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In God We Trust
Atheist sues to get slogan off U.S. currency

by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff Writer

An atheist activist is suing to get the familiar slogan 'In God We Trust' removed from U.S. currency. And in an unexpected twist, he's using the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the Hobby Lobby case for backup.

Michael Newdow and 40 other plaintiffs filed suit in federal court again
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God told us to exclude same-sex couples and their kids, Mormon leaders say
by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff Writer

God instructed the Mormon Church to exclude same-sex couples and their children, according to church leader Russell M. Nelson.

As head of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and the oldest living apostle, Nelson is second in seniority only to church president Thomas S. Monson. <
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Anglican bishops headed for splitsville over Gays
by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff Writer

As Anglican Church bishops meet in the historic English town of Canterbury, all indications point to a nasty battle - and probably a schism - over the church's relationship with its LGBT parishioners.

The Anglican Communion includes the Church of England and the Episcopalian C
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Greek bishops spar over LGBT rights
by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff Writer

A prominent Greek Orthodox bishop has repudiated remarks by a fellow bishop who said that Gay people 'are not human.'

In an interview with Tharros News, Bishop Chrysostomos of Messinia said that Orthodox Christians should not reject their LGBT neighbors.

'Homos
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