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Now is the time to declare Denny-Blaine an official nude park
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Now is the time to declare Denny-Blaine an official nude park

It is time to have the City of Seattle officially designate Denny-Blaine Park as a clothing-optional space.

Rape, anti-LGBT bias, and the hero's journey
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Rape, anti-LGBT bias, and the hero's journey

"A brutal rape and the anti-LGBT bias that accompanied it almost ended my life."

Jack's Take: A beach and a community
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Jack's Take: A beach and a community

Jack reflects on Denny Blaine Park after the recent controversy of building a playground on this beloved and sacred LGBTQ space.

Letting communities lead: pleasure as the key to ending the HIV epidemic
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Letting communities lead: pleasure as the key to ending the HIV epidemic

Focusing on pleasure in an epidemic seems counterintuitive, even irresponsible and indulgent. In the fight against new HIV infections, however, it is nonetheless indispensable.

An appreciation for the rattily organized Friendsgiving
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An appreciation for the rattily organized Friendsgiving

Musings on the way LGBTQ+ people navigate the annual traditional event.

Jack's Take: Making a dream a reality
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Jack's Take: Making a dream a reality

Jack honors our elder LGBTQ+ community as GenPride and Pride Place break new ground on Capitol Hill.

How furries and Queerness intersect from one who is both
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How furries and Queerness intersect from one who is both

What is it about the furry fandom that brings in so many LGBTQIA+ people?

Jesse's Journal: Halloween — The great Gay holiday
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Jesse's Journal: Halloween — The great Gay holiday

The October holiday means more to LGBTQ+ people than just trick-or-treating.

Jack's Take: Secrets from the past
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Jack's Take: Secrets from the past

Art, family, memories... and the secrets that come with them.

Connection, equality, and dignity, past, present, and future: A letter from the SGN's new publisher
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Connection, equality, and dignity, past, present, and future: A letter from the SGN's new publisher

The SGN's next publisher steps into his new role, bringing a new perspective to one of the oldest LGBTQ+ publications in the world.

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