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posted Friday, April 2, 2021 - Volume 40 Issue 14


EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci on Conquering AIDS, COVID battle & the opioid epidemic

Renee Raketty, field producer, in cooperation with the SGN and Unite Seattle Magazine, sits down with Dr. Anthony Fauci for a sweeping interview on a range of topics READ RENEE'S INTERVIEW HERE
Nike sues over Lil Nas X's Satan sneakers
by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff Writer

Nike has filed suit over Lil Nas X's customized Satan sneakers. The sports clothing megabrand filed suit in a New York federal court against the sneakers' creators, MSCHF Product Studio Inc.

"Nike filed a trademark infringement and dilution complaint against MSCHF today related to the Satan Shoes," the company said
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1,001 great films (part 2): From Mascara to Boys Don't Cry, the films that shape us are always a surprise
by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN Staff Writer

Mascara is this strange, maddeningly esoteric mystery-thriller from 1987 featuring the great Charlotte Rampling and the late Michael Sarrazin in key roles. It is a Eurotrash shocker primarily set inside an underground S&M club called "Mister Butterfly," where alluring drag queens lip-
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Arkansas bans gender-affirming care for Trans youth
by Kylin Brown - SGN Contributing Writer

The Arkansas legislature passed a bill that will prohibit doctors from providing gender-affirming care to transgender minors in the state. House Bill 1570 passed in the state Senate with overwhelming support (28 to 7) on March 29. Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R) is expected to approve the bill
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X-MTV: Pop artists are baring more than souls in pandemic-era music videos, they're baring their bodies too
by Connor Davenport - Special to the SGN

The CDC reports three key impacts on gay men that have resulted from the COVID pandemic: increased rates of depression, substance abuse, and - you guessed it - horniness.

"We're gay. Being frisky is in our DNA," declares out artist Jack Tracy. His new single, "The Feels,"
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Strange fruit
by Janice Athill - SGN Contributing Writer

"With sound body and mind, I'm here to tell you right now, if my body is found hanging from a tree, I did not commit suicide, I was murdered."

In 2020 Americans took to Twitter, proclaiming these words in response not only to the "strange fruit" suddenly ripening but a
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The homophobia of artificial intelligence
by Mark Segal - Philadelphia Gay News

Ran across an article in Forbes about how AI (artificial intelligence) will never be LGBT friendly. Why does it matter?

We are all now being profiled by AI. If you're on social media, most likely part of your profile includes your face for facial recognition. Facial recog
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Five ways to spend your second pandemic spring break
by A.V. Eichenbaum - SGN Associate Editor

"God works in mysterious ways," I mutter to myself as I putter around my apartment. It's a little joke I've been saying to myself every time something happens that's definitely my fault but also somehow out of my control. I've lost my glasses again. And my keys. And I overslept. And I
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Washington Supreme Court rules to move forward with Sawant recall
by A.V. Eichenbaum - SGN Associate Editor

The Washington State Supreme Court decided Thursday that a recall effort of Seattle Councilwoman Kshama Sawant can move forward. The Councilwoman is being recalled by right-wing detractors, whose petition charges her with breaking COVID guidelines by allowing protestors into City Hall last su
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State partners with BECU Foundation to expand funding and resources to historically underserved and hard-to-reach small businesses
OLYMPIA, Wash. (March 30, 2021) - The needs of small business owners trying to recover from the pandemic are vast and varied. While many business owners have connections and resources that help them tap into government and philanthropic aid programs, significant barriers exist that prevent many others from accessing those same programs. As a r more
Nonbinary short film review: Ignorant Creatures
by Hannah Saunders - SGN Contributing Writer

IGNORANT CREATURES
YouTube


On Friday, March 26, Little Grey Cat and Blanket Fort Films released Ignorant Creatures, a short film about a nonbinary person who struggles with coming out at work. The film dives into how members of the LGBTQIA community
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Colorful Godzilla vs. Kong a monstrous success
by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN Staff Writer

GODZILLA VS. KING KONG
Theaters / HBO Max


For those who thought there wasn't enough kaiju action in 2014's Godzilla or who felt the clashes between classic Toho favorites in 2019's Godzilla: King of the Monsters was too shrouded in darkness, mist, and r
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Efficient Nobody packs a brutally violent punch
by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN Staff Writer

Hutch Mansell (Bob Odenkirk) is a quiet man. He goes through the monotonous drudgery of his day-to-day life because he thinks that's what is best to ensure the happiness of his wife Becca (Connie Nielsen), son Blake (Gage Munroe) and daughter Abby (Paisley Cadorath). Hutch visits his
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Gay Bar: Why We Went Out
by Terri Schlichemeyer - Special to the SGN

JEREMY ATHERTON LIN
GAY BAR: WHY WE WENT OUT
Little, Brown and Company
$28.00 / $36.00 Canada
320 pages


The stool over by the window is all yours.

Might be because you've spent a lot of time there. It's the right he
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Doomed and Famous: Selected Obituaries
by Terri Schlichenmeyer - Special to the SGN

ADRIAN DANNATT
WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY HUGO GUINNESS
DOOMED AND FAMOUS: SELECTED OBITUARIES
Sequence Press, distributed by MIT Press
$29.95 / $39.95 Canada
320 pages


In the beginning, people said all kinds of good things
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In first, Biden issues presidential proclamation for Transgender Day of Visibility
by Chris Johnson - Washington Blade

(March 31, 2021) - President Biden, in a first for any US president, issued a formal presidential proclamation recognizing the Transgender Day of Visibility on Wednesday, according to an advance copy of the White House document obtained by the Washington Blade.

At a time wh
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Tennessee's new anti-Trans sports law is already a total disaster
By Nico Lang - Special to the SGN

No one in Tennessee seemed all that surprised when Republican Gov. Bill Lee signed an anti-Trans sports bill into law on Friday, March 26. Last month Lee hinted at his support for the legislation, which is one of more than 40 similarly themed proposals introduced across the country in 2021,
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Joe Biden not a 'real Catholic,' Cardinal Burke says
Ultra-conservative cleric hates choice, LGBTQ rights

by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff Writer

Cardinal Raymond Burke is at it again. From his residence in the Vatican - where he was once a leading Roman Catholic official but is now perceived as a discredited opponent of Pope Francis - the cardinal has proclaimed t
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Proposed TN law would make businesses post signs saying they allow Trans people to use the bathroom
by Bil Browning - LGBTQ Nation

(March 31, 2021) - Tennessee's HB 1182 would require businesses to post notices that say they allow transgender people to use the building's restrooms.

Signs would be required at the entrances to the building and the door of every restroom that isn't single stalled.

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Germany now allows Transgender, Intersex police officers to serve openly
by Michael K. Lavers - Washington Blade

(March 29, 2021) - Julia Monro, a spokesperson for the German Association for Trans Identity and Intersex People (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Transidentität und Intersexualität), applied in 2017 to become a police officer because she wanted to join the fight against internet crimes. Germany's
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