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LGBTQ people more likely to be targeted by police, new study says Also less likely to be satisfied with police conduct
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LGBTQ people more likely to be targeted by police, new study says Also less likely to be satisfied with police conduct

LGBTQ people are more likely to be stopped by police than the general population, according to a new study released by the Williams Institute. LGBTQ people are also more likely to contact police for help, the study says.

Opinion: Cait's self-hate
OP ED

Opinion: Cait's self-hate

Caitlyn Jenner, the Transgender conservative activist nobody asked for, is stirring up more controversy this month as she continues down the campaign trail.

Excluding blue from the rainbow: Will Seattle Pride ban cops?
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Excluding blue from the rainbow: Will Seattle Pride ban cops?

On May 21, Capitol Hill Pride announced that it would follow suit, saying in a press release statement that "Capitol Hill Pride agrees with and applauds New York Pride's ban of police presence until 2025 ..."

This week in SGN History: 9 Years Ago
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This week in SGN History: 9 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. 40, Issue 21, published on May 25, 2012.

Here are the brands supporting Seattle's Pride events this year
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Here are the brands supporting Seattle's Pride events this year

The last several years have seen an increase in brand support at Pride festivities. Come June, it's not hard to miss the rainbow billboards and plethora of corporates handing out branded Pride freebies at parades.

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Bisexual Bachelorette Contestant holds Promise but Bewilders Some

Bisexual Bachelorette Contestant holds Promise but Bewilders Some

Fans of The Bachelor have tuned in for decades to enjoy the reality series, which showcases the messy, sexy, chaotic, and complicated sides of dating.

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 So...what's the mask situation now?

So...what's the mask situation now?

On May 13, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued updated guidance for Americans on face masks. The CDC stated that it is safe for fully vaccinated people to stop wearing masks in most outdoor and indoor settings.

National

National Highlights 5/28/21

National Highlights 5/28/21

National Highlights from the week of 5/28/21 compiled by Daniel Lindsley SGN Contributing Writer

International

International Highlights 5/28/21

International Highlights 5/28/21

International Highlights from the week of 5/28/21 compiled by Daniel Lindsley SGN Contributing Writer