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Mt. Si High plans Day of Silence
At Thursday night's tense Snoqualmie Valley School Board meeting, Principal Randy Taylor read the following letter, which revealed for the first time that Mount Si High School would be holding a Day of Silence event.

Currently the GSA is still in the early planning stages for the Day of Silence. While some initial conversations have occurred, much of the GSA's
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Domestic Partnership bill blasts through Senate
by Nick Ardizzone - SGN Staff Writer

The Domestic Partnership Expansion bill, which passed effortlessly through the House last month, maintained its momentum and tore through the Senate this week by a vote of 29-20. Its next and final stop is the office of long-time supporter Governor Gregoire, where the bill - which will provi
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California Court hears same-sex marriage arguments
by Adam Tanner - Courtesy of Reuters

The California Supreme Court appeared divided on Tuesday over whether to allow Gay marriage during nearly four hours of oral arguments on the contentious issue that could impact Gay rights nationwide.

Several of the seven judges asked whether the state legislature might b
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LGBT votes were crucial to Texas and Ohio primaries
by Lisa Keen - Keen News Service

The fight for votes from the LGBT community was very much part of the Texas and Ohio primaries Tuesday, and the eventual victor in the Democratic contests, Hillary Clinton, went an extra mile to win them.

Clinton gave a joint telephone interview February 27 to the Dallas Voic
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Gay news from the presidential trail
by Lisa Keen - Keen News Service

GAY MAYOR SNUBBED: Openly Gay superdelegate and Democratic Gay mayor David Cicilline of Providence, Rhode Island, announced some time ago that he supports Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination. But according to Associated Press, Clinton asked him not to come to her rally in Prov
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Ask Michael: Reparative therapy is destructive therapy
by Michael Raitt - SGN Contributing Writer

In the February 22, 2008 edition of the Seattle Gay News, Wayne Besen, SGN Contributing Writer, wrote an excellent piece called Ex-Gay quack therapists declare war. If you haven't read it, get online and read it.

I have talked about "reparative therapy" as it applie
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The Outfield - Polo: The sport of queens
by Dan Woog - SGN Contributing Writer

Polo has been called "the sport of kings." It's now also the sport of queens.

In Southern California, the Gay Polo League (GPL) is thriving. It doesn't matter if you can't tell a mallet's head from its shaft, or even if you've never mounted a horse. All comers are welcome.
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SeaTac hotel workers call for boycott, Pride At Work urges support
by Mike Andrew - Special to the SGN

Pride At Work urges the LGBT community and all our friends and allies to boycott the SeaTac Hilton Hotel and the SeaTac Doubletree Hotel, effective immediately.

We are taking this step in support of the 550 workers at these hotels, represented by UNITE HERE Local 8, who ha
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GLSEN/WA and ACTION NW to hold candlelight vigil in memory of Lawrence King
This is an action alert to advise you that on Sunday, March 9 at 5:15 p.m., after the Safe Schools Coalition's viewing and discussion of It's Still Elementary from 2-5 p.m. at the Broadway Performance Hall (visit www.safeschoolscoalition.org for more information), GLSEN Washington State, in a partnership with ACTION Northwest, will be holding more
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Real Estate - Seven tips for first-time homebuyers
If you've ever thought about owning a home, now may be the time to take action. Lower interest rates combined with a large inventory of homes in most markets across the U.S. may translate into a good opportunity for buyers in negotiating the terms of a sale with a seller.

The home buying process may seem daunting to someone who
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