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A human virus, not a Gay virus: Community leaders convene to address MPV misinformation, course of action
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A human virus, not a Gay virus: Community leaders convene to address MPV misinformation, course of action

Representatives of Seattle's LGBTQ+ community met with state government officials at the LGBTQ Center to address growing concerns about the monkeypox virus (MPV) and the harmful misinformation being spread about its transmission nationwide.

Queer-owned bookstore victim of break-in, vandalism
LOCAL

Queer-owned bookstore victim of break-in, vandalism

On Saturday, July 28, Capitol Hill's newest bookstore received a harsh welcome to the neighborhood.

Nick Garrison, 1974—2022: A remembrance by a few of his friends & collaborators
OBITUARY

Nick Garrison, 1974—2022: A remembrance by a few of his friends & collaborators

Celebrating the life of the beloved local theatre artist Nick Garrison.

Seattle Starbucks workers win nation's first bargaining victory, employer makes concessions to laid-off workers
LOCAL

Seattle Starbucks workers win nation's first bargaining victory, employer makes concessions to laid-off workers

Workers at two Seattle stores set to be closed by the corporation have won concessions from their employer.

SCOTUS plaintiff Jim Obergefell officially on the ballot in November, seeks seat in Ohio General Assembly
NATIONAL

SCOTUS plaintiff Jim Obergefell officially on the ballot in November, seeks seat in Ohio General Assembly

Jim Obergefell, the plaintiff in the historic 2015 US Supreme Court case that legalized same-sex marriage nationally, will be on the ballot in Ohio this November.

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Arts & Entertainment

Traumatizing They/Them is an LGBTQ+ summer camp slasher nightmare

Traumatizing They/Them is an LGBTQ+ summer camp slasher nightmare

A review of the slasher film which follows a group of LGBTQ+ teens who are targeted by a serial killer while attending a conversion camp.

National

National News Highlights — August 5, 2022

National News Highlights — August 5, 2022

Weekly national news highlights for the week ending August 5, 2022.

International

International News Highlights — August 5, 2022

International News Highlights — August 5, 2022

Weekly international news highlights for the week ending August 5, 2022.

Op-Ed

Feeling like a fraud: How impostor syndrome affects marginalized communities

Feeling like a fraud: How impostor syndrome affects marginalized communities

Members of the LGBTQ+ community strive to spread pride and love but sometimes forget to apportion a little to themselves.