Marchers and onlookers took over much of midtown Manhattan with a procession that lasted hours and paid tribute to the uprising that began at the tavern when patrons resisted officers on June 28, The parade in New York and others like it across the nation concluded a month of events marking the anniversary. Eraina Clay, 63, of suburban New Rochelle, came to celebrate a half-century of fighting for equality.
The Great Fire of June 6, was a significant turning point in Seattle's history and changed both the physical and political landscapes of the City. The fire started at p. The fire left little standing in its wake, consuming buildings, docks, wooden sidewalks, and anything else combustible.
Mainstream media have finally decided homo news is real news, and they are breaking most of the big stories before the gay weeklies and monthlies report them. At the same time, online news outlets, especially the gay ones, are posting all the gay news that's fit to publish before gay newspapers have a chance to print it. The best gay papers have adapted, to some extent.
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STI screening covers syphilis, chlamydia, gonorrhea, and Hepatitis C. The nonprofit is open six days per week and provides testing services at two locations: Gay City at E. PIke St.
Aside from Capitol Hill, there are gay-friendly and gay-owned establishments just about everywhere in town. Seattle has night time hotspots for every taste and gender identity. Tickets sell out fast, so be sure to plan ahead!
The remaining materials are a separate archival collection, which includes correspondence, press releases on gay and lesbian issues, programs, as well as information on Men of Color, an organization of gay African American men. The collection offers a glimpse into local gay and lesbian markets and events and news across the country. The newspapers reflected the high visibility garnered by white males within the gay press and community, but the contributions and presence of people of color and women were not entirely marginalized.
As the staff photographer for Seattle Gay News for many of those years, Gowdy witnessed the evolution of a movement as the country inched, slowly, towards the legalization of same-sex marriage. At that time I was working as a preschool teacher. While at a local event, I met the editor of the Seattle Gay Newsone of the country's oldest gay and lesbian newspapers.
YouthCare works to end youth homelessness and to ensure that young people are valued for who they are and empowered to achieve their potential. Address: Broadway Ave. EIP doh.