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This week in SGN History: 10 Years Ago
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This week in SGN History: 10 Years Ago

Over 47 years, the Seattle Gay News has covered thousands of stories that still resonate today. This week we look back at Vol. 39, Issue 20, published on May 20, 2011.

Strength Comes From a Welcoming Spiritual Home
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Strength Comes From a Welcoming Spiritual Home

When a member of our LGBTQ+ community is in search of a spiritual connection to life, creation, and the universe it sometimes feels daunting.

National Highlights 5/21/21
NATIONAL

National Highlights 5/21/21

National Highlights from the week of 5/21/21 compile by SGN Contributing Writer Daniel Lindsley

Pauli Murray, Inspiring Progress
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Pauli Murray, Inspiring Progress

Diversity and inclusion are two of society's most important tools for progress. The infinite personality variations created by biology, education, and upbringing create steady sources of innovative ideas.

International Highlights 5/21/21
INTERNATIONAL

International Highlights 5/21/21

International Highlights from the week of 5/21/21 compiled by Daniel Lindsley SGN Contributing Writer

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Arts & Entertainment

Coming Out in the Digital Age: Still Figuring it Out

Coming Out in the Digital Age: Still Figuring it Out

In an interview that surprised thousands of young girls across America, Joshua Bassett, teen heartthrob and star of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, announced his coming out exclusively on Clevver News.

Local

New Location, Same Mission: Capitol Hill Farmers Market moves

New Location, Same Mission: Capitol Hill Farmers Market moves

On April 18, the Capitol Hill Farmers Market officially moved to its new permanent home.

National

Alabama anti-Trans Bill Dies when Legislatures Adjourns

Alabama anti-Trans Bill Dies when Legislatures Adjourns

A bill to ban gender affirming medical treatment for Transgender minors died in the Alabama state legislature on May 17, when the lawmakers adjourned before taking it up.

International

Cuba Flies Rainbow Flag to Mark International Day Against Homophobia

Cuba Flies Rainbow Flag to Mark International Day Against Homophobia

Cuba draped its health ministry building with a giant rainbow flag on May 17 to mark the International Day against Homophobia.