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NOMINATE AN ICON

FOR GLBT HISTORY MONTH

Equality Forum is accepting nominations for GLBT History Month 2011 Icons. Submit your nomination(s) to nominations@equalityforum.com by Friday, December 17, 2010. The nominee needs to be a Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, or Transgender person, living or deceased, who has distinguished him or herself in their field of endeavor, is a national hero, or has made a significant contribution to GLBT civil rights. For examples of past Icons, visit the archives at glbtHistoryMonth.com for the list of 155 Icons from 2006-2010. GLBT History Month co-chairs, Professor Katherine Sender, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania, and Professor Kenji Yoshino, New York University School of Law, review all nominations and recommend 31 Icons to the Equality Forum Board of Directors. The 31 Icons for GLBT History Month 2011 will be announced at the International Equality Dinner at the National Constitution Center on Saturday, April 30th at Equality Forum 2011. “Around the globe, GLBT History Month has been embraced in high schools, colleges, social networking sites, workplaces, and by community organizations. For middle schoolers to senior citizens, GLBT History Month features roles models, teaches our history, provides narratives and inspires our movement. Shape GLBT History Month 2011 by nominating an Icon.”


SEWARD PARK

CLAY STUDIO

HOLIDAY SHOW 2010

The Seward Park Clay Studio (5900 Lake Washington Blvd. S.) hosts a preview party Friday, December 3, 6:30-9:30 p.m., to celebrate the opening of their Holiday Show 2010. Get the first pick of the pots and enjoy hobnobbing with the artists. Enjoy wonderful refreshments, festive decorations, and great company. $10 suggested donation.

The show continues December 4-24 – Sale Hours: Mon.-Fri., 12-7 p.m., Sat.-Sun., 10 a.m.-6 p.m. FREE admission for the regular sale days.


QUEER YOUTH

EDUCATORS RETREAT

On Saturday, December 4 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the YMCA (909 4th Ave.), come to the Queer Youth Educators Retreat for a full day of training for LGBTQ youth and allies who want to become educators on the issues facing Queer youth in schools and communities. The first half of the day will train LGBTQ and allied youth who want to become panelists for the OutSpoken Speakers Bureau. OutSpoken panelists get paid to share their stories and engage in dialogue with school and community groups. Panelists must be under the age of 24. In the afternoon, we will work on developing the training on gender & sexuality associated with the documentary film, PUT THIS ON THE {MAP}. REGISTRATION REQUIRED: E-mail briana@safeschoolscoalition to register. Breakfast, lunch, and a gift card provided for all who attend.


INGERSOLL GENDER CENTER

PRESENTS KATE BORNSTEIN

& SNOWBALL 2010

For decades, Kate Bornstein has been a thinker, an author, playwright, speaker, performer, raconteur and all around gender agent provocateur who has been challening ideas about gender inside and outside the LGBT community. She has been instrumental in re-defining, shaping, crafting and warping the ideas and words that are used to discuss gender and how we present it personally. The concepts of gender fluidity were radical and dangerous back in the early 90s when Kate surged onto the scene with her seminal book Gender Outlaw: On Men, Women and the Rest of Us. Since then, she has continued to develop, expand and exploit her ideas in her books My Gender Workbook, Hello Cruel World, recently released Gender Outlaws: The Next Generation, and in her speaking and performance art.

As we approach the end of the first decade of the 21st Century, Kate is still pushing buttons, for fun and for effect. For those who cling to rigid or essentialist ideas about gender and its performance, Kate Bornstein is still dangerous.

On Saturday, December 4, from 7 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., join Ingersoll Gender Center and special guest Kate Bornstein, at the Mt. Baker Community Club (2811 Mt. Rainier Dr. S.), for Snowball 2010: “Double Diamond” Community Holiday Celebration.

The most dangerous ski runs on the mountain are labeled Double Diamond. Only the most daring, the most courageous point their skis and board down these slopes. This isn’t for everyone but the thrill and the reward are unparelleled. We think it is the perfect metaphor for the spirit of personal and collective challenge we embrace.

Snowball 2010: “Double Diamond” features special guest, the always provocative and dangerous Kate Bornstein, and our own, the international sensation, DJ Michelle Love. Come for good food and friends. Stay for entertainment, excitement, schmooze and dancing to the beats of DJ Michelle Love. Annual awards ceremony. Tickets: $25 in advance; $35 at the door. www.brownpapertickets.com/event/136601.

On Sunday, December 5, from 7 pm to 9:30 p.m., Kate Bornstein will give a public reading of her work at the Museum of History & Industry (2700 24th Ave. E.). Tickets are $25 and can be purchased in advance at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/136013 and at the door.

Additional events with Kate Bornstein include a booksigning at Elliott Bay Book Company (1521 10th Ave.), on Sunday, December 5, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Bornstein will also be presenting a workshop for at-risk youth and a workshop at Toys in Babeland.

For complete information visit http://ingersollcenter.org.


HELLO, CRUEL WORLD

SUICIDE PREVENTION

WORKSHOP

WITH KATE BORNSTEIN

On Sunday, December 5 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Elliot Bay Book Company (1521 10th Ave.), take part in the Hello, Cruel World At Risk Youth/Suicide Prevention Workshop by Kate Bornstein, sponsored by Ingersoll Gender Center. Kate will hold a youth workshop around the material published in her book, Hello, Cruel World: 101 Alternatives to Suicide for Teans, Freaks, and Other Outlaws. This event is sponsored by Ingersoll Gender Center, in collaboration with local youth and Queer youth organizations and youth activists.

For more information, visit camptentrees.org.


LIGHT THE NIGHT:

A GLBTQ HANUKKAH

On Sunday, December 5 from 7-9 p.m. at the Lobby Bar (916 E. Pike St.), celebrate the miracle of Hanukkah at the second annual Light the Night: A GLBTQ Hanukkah Community Gathering. Honor the community leaders who have been influential in our local fight for equality, enjoy latkes, dreidels, music and a beautiful candle lighting symbolizing both the miracle of Hanukkah and the idea that great leadership and community action will prevail against oppression. FREE and open to the community. Allies, friends and family welcome. Due to the location, this is a 21+ event.


THE INFECTION MONOLOGUES

On Monday, December 6 at 7 p.m. at Erickson Theater Off Broadway (1524 Harvard Ave.), Gay City Health Project is proud to present the Seattle premiere of The Infection Monologues. This inspirational piece breaks new ground on the way we understand HIV infections among Gay men, HIV stigma, and living with HIV in 2010. Funny and thought-provoking, The Infection Monologues challenges the way we think about the contemporary HIV experience. Tickets $15, $10 students and seniors.

For more information, visit www.gaycity.org.


SEATTLE GAY & LESBIAN

BOOK CLUB AT DUNSHEE HOUSE

The Seattle Gay & Lesbian Book Club meets every Wednesday at 6 p.m. at Dunshee House (303 17th Ave. E. at E. Thomas St.). All GLBTQ folks in the community are welcome to participate in this FREE book club. The book for December is My Father and Myself by J.R. Ackerley, the British author who worked with Graham Greene, E.M. Forster, W.H. Auden, and others. The memoir is about Ackerley as a Gay adult trying to understand the mystery of his sexually secretive father. And that’s not the only family mystery the book penetrates, with harrowing scenes in the trenches of World War One as well as a glimpse of the world that came before the Great War. Ackerley is fascinated by the trickiness of memory, as he tries to solve the riddles of his own past. The book is a mystery with all that entails of clues and surprises, but it’s also a true family memoir, a tribute to a fascinating and complex man, the Banana King. Through the fog of remembering, Ackerley struggles to put together answers for the mysteries that have haunted his life. His honest, elegant, educated literary voice is a joy to savor. For more information, e-mail nickdimartin@earthlink.net or contact Dunshee House at 206-322-2437.


GSBA PRIME TIME MIXER

On Wednesday, December 8 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Intiman Theatre (201 Mercer St.), join the GSBA December Prime Time Mixer. Find out what the Intiman is offering this season and enjoy the holiday atmosphere. Get tours of backstage, and enter a drawing for tickets. $15 non-members, $10 members and students.

For more information, visit www.thegsba.org.


POZSEATTLE ANNUAL

HOLIDAY CHILI FEED SOCIAL

On Wednesday, December 8 from 6-8 p.m. at The Cuff (13th and Pine), POZSSeattle is pleased to present its Annual Holiday Chili Feed Social. Meet at the downstairs bar for drinks, homemade chili (vegetarian and meat) and desserts, socializing, and a whole lot of fun. This event is free (except for the cost of beverages), and is for all HIV-positive men and their friends, regardless of age, shape, size, or color. The Holiday Social features an optional Holiday Gift Exchange. If you’d like to participate, bring a fun, funny, or naughty wrapped gift for “Santa Poz” to deliver, and you will get one in exchange.


TOASTING EQUALITY 2010

LGBT COMMUNITY BREAKFAST

On Thursday, December 9 at 7:30 a.m. at the downtown Seattle Hilton (1301 6th Ave.), join Equal Rights Washington for their second annual LGBT community breakfast: Toasting Equality 2010. Meet with some of their closest friends and supporters to hear a panel including special guest panelist HRC national field director and former campaign director at Mass Equality, Marty Rouse speak on charting the way toward marriage equality in Washington state.

For more information or for tickets, visit equalityfederation.salsalabs.com/o/35037/p/salsa/event/common/public/?event_KEY=414


QLAW HOLIDAY SOCIAL

On Thursday, December 9 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Cork House Winery (1421 10th Ave.), join the QLaw Holiday Social. Enjoy an evening of wine and socializing with your QLaw friends. A portion of the proceeds from the evening’s wine sales will benefit Lifelong AIDS Alliance. Light catering from Gourmando will be provided.

For more information, visit www.q-law.org.


2010 AIDS & STIGMA

CONFERENCE –

PEOPLE OF COLOR:

HIV/AIDS STIGMA &

ACCESS TO CARE

On Thursday, December 9 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Tukwila Community Center (12424 42nd Ave. S., Tukwila), the 2010 AIDS & Stigma Conference presents People of Color: HIV/AIDS Stigma and Access to Care. Examine the role HIV/AIDS-related stigma plays in HIV testing behavior, the disclosure of positive serostatus, and entry into HIV/AIDS care for people of color. Examine the impact HIV/AIDS-related stigma has on people of color. Explore possible strategies to reduce health disparities among people of color across their life span. Sponsored by AARTH, African Americans Reach and Teach Health. Registration fee $35.

To register, visit https://catalysttools.washington.edu/webq/survey/aarth/114073


BUTOH PERFORMANCE BENEFIT

FOR CHILDHAVEN

On Thursday, December 9 at 8 p.m. at Good Shepherd Chapel (4649 Sunnyside Ave. N.), DAIPANbutoh presents The Marys Project…every baby is Jesus. The Marys Project is inspired by faith, what people believe in, and how they practice it. The intention is to share an uplifting performance while benefitting children in need. The show benefits Childhaven, a nonprofit organization in King County dedicated to the mission of healing young and vulnerable victims of abuse. Tickets sliding scale, $10 minimum.

For reservations, e-mail davidthornbrugh@hotmail.com or call (206) 729-2054.


SEATTLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

TRAIN-THE-TRAINERS

WORKSHOP

On Friday, December 10 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at MAC 210 (central campus), join Seattle Central Community College’s Train-the-Trainers Safe Space Workshop. This six-hour workshop focuses on developing a Safe Space Training Team. Presented by Dr. Manivong J. Ratts, Seattle University, the training will work towards ensuring a campus atmosphere that is supportive, informative and welcoming for LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning) students, faculty, staff and administrators and their allies. Participants with the appropriate general skills will gain knowledge about LGBTQ issues, support, referrals, methods, and tools that are essential to facilitating effective Safe Space trainings on their campus.

The first half of the training will be information and skills development driven, and valuable for all participants. The afternoon training will be specifically for those who intend to facilitate trainings on campus and how to incorporate these into our institution. It is our hope that everyone will commit to the full day training, but we acknowledge that not everyone can commit to becoming a trainer.

For more information, visit www.pridefoundation.org.


AN EVENING IN DECEMBER

WITH ARNALDO!

On December 10, 11, 12, 17, and 18 at 7:30 p.m. at Julia’s on Broadway (300 Broadway Ave. E.), join Arnaldo! drag chanteuse, Victor Janusz on piano and Troy Kendrick on bass for a An Evening in December, a holiday cabaret. Tickets $15 advance, $20 at the door (two drink minimum).

For dinner reservations, call (206) 334-0513. For tickets, visit www.brownpapertickets.com.


SEATTLE MEN IN LEATHER’S

PICTURES WITH SANTA

TO BENEFIT LAMBERT HOUSE

On Friday, December 10 and Saturday, December 11 from 8 p.m. to midnight at The Cuff (1533 13th Ave.), Get your picture taken with Santa Jay (on 12/10) or Santa Billy (on 12/11). $5 per photo. Presented by Seattle Men in Leather. Benefits Lambert House.


CELEBRATE OUR DIVERSITY:

AN EVENING 4 QUEER YOUTH

OF COLOR

On Saturday, December 11 from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. at the Yesler Community Center (917 E. Yesler Way), join Celebrating Our Diversity: An Evening 4 Queer Youth of Color. Friends and allies welcome, ages 15-19. Free. Food and fun will be provided. Open mic, drag and fashion runway, performance by THEESatisfaction, DJs.

For more information, look up SeattleParksCOD on Facebook.


ARBORETUM GIFTS AND

GREENS GALORE SALE

On Saturday, December 11 and Sunday, December 12 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Washington Park Arboretum’s Graham Visitors Center (2300 Arboretum Drive E.), join the Arboretum Foundation’s Gifts & Greens Galore Sale. Along with a great selection of fresh-cut greens, wreaths and swags, the Arboretum Gift Shop will be offering an expanded selection of gifts, plus gift wrapping, seasonal refreshments, live music and more! To donate fresh cut greens for the sale, visit the Arboretum Foundation website for details.

For more information, call 206-325-4510 or visit www.arboretumfoundation.org.


RAINBOW CITY BAND

PRESENTS “JOY!

A BLISSFUL HOLIDAY CONCERT”

On Sunday, December 12 at 3 p.m. at the Edmonds Center for the Arts (410 4th Ave. N., Edmonds), join the Rainbow City Band for a holiday celebration the whole family will enjoy, as they lift spirits and make merry with the classics from your childhood and new music sure to delight. There’ll be something for everyone as they fill ECA with such timeless works as Leroy Anderson’s “A Christmas Festival,” and energize the hall with the contemporary sounds of Mannheim Steamroller. At the heart of the holiday concert will be a brand-new piece for the band sure to make your heart sing, “Today’s the Gift,” a celebration of the life and work of Rosa Parks. Tickets $10-$25.

For more information, visit www.ec4arts.org.


GSBA HOLIDAY LUNCHEON

AND ANNUAL MEETING

On Wednesday, December 15 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Renaissance Hotel (515 Madison), join the GSBA’s Holiday Luncheon and Annual Meeting. Celebrate the year’s end and raise a glass with your GSBA colleagues, thank outgoing board members, and welcome the 2011 Board of Directors. Tickets $37 for non-members, $32 members and students.

For more information, visit www.thegsba.org.


PRIDE FOUNDATION/

GSBA SCHOLARSHIP

APPLICATIONS

Pride Foundation/GSBA Scholarship Applications are now available at www.PrideFoundationScholar.org. This year, $500,000 is available in scholarships to support education and leadership development for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender or Queer students of any age; students who have an LGBT parent; and students who are straight allies and are committed to civil rights for the LGBTQ community. Since 1990, more than $3 million in scholarships have been awarded. Pride Foundation and the GSBA Scholarship Fund would like to encourage you to share this excellent opportunity for students of any age or sexual orientation from Alaska, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and Washington who are pursuing any post-secondary education (including community college, public or private colleges and universities, trade apprenticeships, or certificate programs)! There are 50 different types of scholarships with awards up to $10,000, but only one web-based application to complete!

Applications can be completed online at www.PrideFoundationScholar.org and are due by 5:00 p.m. PST on Friday, January 31, 2011.

For information on other LGBT scholarship programs, visit the Safe Schools Coalition’s scholarship resource list at www.safeschoolscoalition.org/youth.


SEATTLE EROTIC ART FESTIVAL

CALL FOR ART SUBMISSIONS

The Seattle Erotic Art Festival announces the Call for Art for its ninth annual event to be held May 20-22, 2011. Submissions will be accepted from January 1-31, 2011. All artists age 18 and older are encouraged to submit up to five works of erotic art of any medium. Sculptors, multimedia artists and painters are particularly encouraged to apply. Submissions can be made online at SeattleErotic.org throughout January. The Festival stands by its mission to support a vibrant creative community, supporting living artists with low submission fees and commission rates. Selected art will be showcased throughout the three-day event to thousands of patrons. Most importantly, the Festival sells far more art than any other erotic art festival. Artists may also choose to submit to the Festival Store, which has a later submission deadline (to be determined). Artists do not need to attend the Festival in order to participate.


CARING AND AGING

WITH PRIDE

Are you a LGBT adult 50 years of age or older? Or can you pass this information on to someone who is? We need your help with a groundbreaking project: Caring and Aging with Pride, a partnership between Senior Services and The Institute for Multigenerational Health at the University of Washington. Our goal is to understand the aging and health needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender adults 50 years of age and older in our community for generations to come. You are eligible for a raffle drawing awarding a $500 Visa gift certificate to three randomly selected individuals. Visit http://bit.ly/SnrSvcs to enter the raffle and request a questionnaire. You are eligible for the raffle regardless of whether you complete a questionnaire or not. Please keep in mind your participation in the project is completely voluntary.

If you have any questions about the project, please contact us at 1-800-558-8703 or visit our website at CaringAndAging.org. Voice your needs!


LGBT LIBRARY NOW OPEN

The LGBT Library houses a wide range of fiction and non-fiction works of interest to those in the LGBT community and its allies. The Library is located at Gay City’s offices, 511 E. Pike St., on the ground floor behind Kaladi Brothers Coffee (just follow the signs). Library hours are Mon-Fri, 2-8 p.m., and Saturday, 2-5 p.m. Items may be borrowed free of charge; however, ID is required. For your convenience, a drop box for returning borrowed items is available next to the front door when the library is closed.


LGBT RESOURCE

& REFERRAL LINE

The Resource & Referral Line can connect you to LGBT-friendly resources throughout Puget Sound and beyond. Coming out and just learning what is out there? Visiting and want to know about nightlife options? Interested in drug or alcohol counseling? For these or any other LGBT issues, call 206-323-LGBT. Phone line hours are Mon-Fri, 2-8 p.m., and Saturday, 2-5 p.m. Leave a voice message at all other times and your call will be returned. Alternatively, you can view our resource lists at www.gaycity.org under the resources menu.


GAY CITY SEEKS VOLUNTEERS

FOR LGBT LIBRARY AND

RESOURCE & REFERRAL LINE

Gay City Health Project’s newest program needs your help! They have taken charge of the 323-LGBT community resource line and need your help to make it successful! Some duties include answering phones, connecting people to resources, updating material for their records, checking out books and reshelving. If you are interested, please contact Susan at 206-388-1707 or email her at susan@gaycity.org.


COMMUNITY STORIES”

DOCUMENTS

THE CIVIL RIGHTS ISSUES

& HEALTH CARE STRUGGLE

AROUND THE AIDS CRISIS

IN SEATTLE IN THE 1980S

The onset of AIDS “was a health crisis, but it was also a civil rights crisis,” recalls Carol Sterling, former director of the Chicken Soup Brigade. Produced by the Seattle Channel (Cable Channel 21), “Community Stories” looks back to the 1980s and the start of the AIDS epidemic in Seattle. This history is told through the words of people – including Sterling, City Councilmember Tom Rasmussen, Seattle Gay News editor George Bakan and King County AIDS Program Director Bob Wood – who lived and worked on the front lines in the community. Learn about this important history by following this link now: http://www.seattlechannel.org/videos/video.asp?ID=3170902.


SEATTLE GAY PRIDE DAY VIDEOS

NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE

Pride Day took place on June 27, 2010. The parade and festival included all financial and social segments of society, all religions, races, and gender expressions. The parade had an estimated 450,000 people in attendance. After the Parade, some 70,000 attendees flowed into the Seattle Center for the PrideFest. This combined cross-section of humanity is most noted for its astonishing diversity.

The following videos were shot over a four-hour period:

Gay Pride Day Seattle 2010 Part 1 – http://youtube.com/watch?v=ITmRcnX0VFs

Gay Pride Day Seattle 2010 Part 2 – http://youtube.com/watch?v=M69Q_z3E74I

Demian’s YouTube Channel All Videos – http://youtube.com/777demian


SOLDIERS PROJECT NW

OFFERS FREE COUNSELING

FOR VETS/ACTIVE MILITARY

& THEIR LOVES ONES

Soldiers Project NW is a 100% volunteer organization whose purpose is to provide free counseling to those who have served or are serving in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and to their families and loved ones, including LGBT active military/veterans and their loved ones. Many people choose to receive help directly from the military or the VA. Soldiers Project NW offers an alternative for those who, for whatever reason, do not or cannot utilize those benefits. Soldiers Project NW has put together a list of licensed private practice therapists from Olympia to Bellingham who are willing to see one client (or couple, or family) at no charge, for as long as they need to be seen to deal with any of the stressors that have come from being involved in combat or loving someone who has. For more information, call the Soldiers Project NW’s 24-hour phone line, 206-290-1035.

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