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Imperial Sovereign Court celebrates 50 years and new royalty
LOCAL

Imperial Sovereign Court celebrates 50 years and new royalty

The Imperial Sovereign Court of Seattle, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, held its 50th anniversary coronation last Sunday night at the downtown Seattle Westin Hotel.

Sue Bird returns to Seattle Storm
SPORTS

Sue Bird returns to Seattle Storm

Seattle Storm basketball star Sue Bird will be returning to play for the 2022 season, making it her 19th with the Seattle franchise.

Texas AG: Gender-affirming treatment is child abuse
NATIONAL

Texas AG: Gender-affirming treatment is child abuse

Texas Atty. Gen. Ken Paxton has issued an opinion that gender-affirming therapies for Transgender youth — including hormone therapy and puberty blockers — constitute child abuse.

"The world will hold Russia accountable" - White House, global leaders react to Russian invasion of Ukraine
INTERNATIONAL

"The world will hold Russia accountable" - White House, global leaders react to Russian invasion of Ukraine

Russian forces invaded Kyiv, Ukraine February 24, 2022. The military strike, which at press time has resulted in at least 40 civilian deaths, has been met with outrage, dismay, and economic sanctions against the Russian government from world leaders.

Sophie Gonzales talks opposite-sex Queer representation
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Sophie Gonzales talks opposite-sex Queer representation

Author Sophie Gonzales talks writing queer stories and her new novel Perfect on Paper.

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Arts & Entertainment

Game to Grow: A nonprofit using D&D for personal growth

Game to Grow: A nonprofit using D&D for personal growth

This local organization is changing the game by empowering people through customized, collaborative gaming experiences.

Local

Radical Women celebrates Black History Month, calling for comprehensive reproductive justice

Radical Women celebrates Black History Month, calling for comprehensive reproductive justice

On Sunday, Radical Women's Seattle branch joined with its national partners and the Freedom Socialist Party's Comrades of Color Caucus to celebrate Black History Month in an event called "Black Women Fire Up the Movement for Reproductive Justice."

National

New Gallup poll: Number of out LGBTQ people in US doubles over past decade

New Gallup poll: Number of out LGBTQ people in US doubles over past decade

The number of Americans who identify as LGBTQ has doubled over the last decade, according to a new Gallup poll.

International

International News Highlights — February 25, 2022

International News Highlights — February 25, 2022

Weekly international news highlights for the week ending February 25, 2022.