LGBT

The vigil at Cal Anderson park for the victims of the Orlando mass shooting. (Photo by Alex Garland)

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Violence against Queer and Trans People of Color didn’t start in Orlando on Saturday, and it won’t end there.

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As Beacon Hill restaurant Inay's closed last Friday, drag performer Atasha Manila said goodbye to the place that gave her a start.

Jacque Larrainzar is LGBTQ refugee immigrant outreach specialist for Seattle Counseling Service, was granted political asylum in the U.S. based on her sexual orientation. (Photo by Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)

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Many LGBTQ people escaping persecution abroad are dreaming of coming to Seattle — a new project aims to help them get settled in our city.

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The Cost of Gender shares the stories of transgender Americans faced with health care discrimination at home, who look to Thailand for better options.

LGBT Activists at a September 2012 anti-Putin rally in Moscow. Photo by Sarah Stuteville.

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Tonight Seattle joins a growing group of cities hosting rallies in support of Russia’s LGBT community. On June 30th, Russia passed a law essentially making...

Roy as a representative of Shining Jazzy Chorus in last year's Hong Kong Pride Parade.

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A gay men's chorus in China is breaking down social barriers, with a little help from The Seattle Men's Chorus. Imagine you had a secret...

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Seattle hasn't had a transgender pride parade since way back in 1997. But this year LGTBQ organizers with experience around the globe are bringing...

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0J2Q2RUQt4&feature=youtu.be The Seattle Globalist is launching a new multimedia project on transgender health care in the U.S. and why Americans are traveling to places like...

Pride Parade

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The national conversation about LGBT rights has reached a fever pitch. On Wednesday, President Obama confirmed his opinion that same-sex marriage should be legal, becoming...

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After a vote in the Washington state Senate last night, we're just a few small steps away from becoming the seventh state in America...