Latest News

Aging with pride: The groundbreaking of Pride Place
LOCAL

Aging with pride: The groundbreaking of Pride Place

Seattle's most prominent figures gathered in front of the historic Eldridge Tire Company building to celebrate the groundbreaking of the first LGBTQIA+-affirming senior housing community in Washington state.

Remembering Jeff Johnston
OBITUARY

Remembering Jeff Johnston

The family of Jeffrey Brent "Jeff" Johnston must sadly confirm that their "big bro" passed away at age 65 on August 21, 2021.

Caitlyn Jenner bombs in California recall election
NATIONAL

Caitlyn Jenner bombs in California recall election

Caitlyn Jenner has failed in her attempt to become governor of California.

Homeschooling gains popularity among Black families while officials push whitewashing education
OP ED

Homeschooling gains popularity among Black families while officials push whitewashing education

It's no secret that inequality is still deeply rooted in the American public school system. Academic achievement is still correlated to whiteness, and the gaps in performance between white and Asian students and Black and Latino students prove that.

Masks once again required at King County outdoor gatherings
LOCAL

Masks once again required at King County outdoor gatherings

Seattle and King County requires mask wearing at outdoor events with 500 or more people in attendance, effective September 7.

Showing 1 - 5 of 15 Stories

Arts & Entertainment

Playfully terrifying: An interview with Martyrs Lane's Ruth Platt

Playfully terrifying: An interview with Martyrs Lane's Ruth Platt

Ruth Platt explores emotionally cathartic supernatural horror with Martyrs Lane.

National

Melania Trump to headline Log Cabin Republican Gala, get award

Melania Trump to headline Log Cabin Republican Gala, get award

The Log Cabin Republicans — the homocon LGBT group — announced September 14 that Melania Trump would headline their annual Spirit of Lincoln gala and receive the group's Spirit of Lincoln award.

International

International News Highlights — September 17, 2021

International News Highlights — September 17, 2021

Weekly international news highlights for the week ending September 17, 2021.

Op-Ed

Square Pegs fills in intersection of Queer and autistic identities

Square Pegs fills in intersection of Queer and autistic identities

For members of the LGBTQ community who also find themselves on the autistic spectrum, their intersecting identities can lead them to feel excluded from Queer spaces, due to a lack of understanding and access needs not being met.