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September 18th, 2012, 10:45 PM



Zoo.

His recent conversion has turned Zoo into a complete pansy.





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September 19th, 2012, 08:10 AM

As we've seen in the past several pages, proud/unrepentant homoexuals have heavily infiltrated the media, reporting the news in a biased manner. We've also seen how they've had a major influence on what was once called "entertainment", as seen by the positive coverage homosexuals get in both television and movies.

Before I move onto the next segement of the thread, I want to address a comment I made a couple of pages ago:

"Paedophilia is Hollywood's biggest problem,' explosive claim by former child star..."

While homosexuality and pedophilia/pederasty will be an entire chapter itself, since we're on the topic of homosexuals and the media, I'll reveal the Hollyweird/entertainment industry ties to pedophila/pederasty here.

"Gays were everywhere in the movies, right from the beginning." [1]

"Hollywood [in the 1930s] was filled with homosexuals who stayed adamantly in the closet." [2]

1. Film critic Roger Ebert, "Second Take: 'Closet' Looks Back at Movies' Gay Subtext," Chicago Sun-Times, April 26, 1996, "Weekend Plus" section, p. 20.

2. Roger Ebert, "The Bride of Frankenstein," Chicago Sun-Times, Jan. 3, 1999, "Showcase" sec., p. 5E.

"Betsy Streisand (not to be confused with Barbra), a few years ago drew attention to "Hollywood's huge gay community" in U.S. News & World Report magazine."

Betsy Streisand, "Pam Teflon bowls 'em over," U.S. News & World Report, July 1, 1996, p. 16.

"...when homosexual actor Rock Hudson was asked "how many top actors in Hollywood were homosexual, Hudson replied:...'If you mean gay, or 'bisexual'...then maybe most...Trust me...America does not want to know."

Marshall Kirk and Hunter Madsen, After the Ball (NY: Doubleday, 1989), pp. 11-12.

Homosexuals are everywhere in Hollywood. As shown throughout this thread, what goes hand in hand with homosexuality?

Pedophilia/pederasty and intimidation.

From the article

Celeb’s Hollywood Pedophilia Stunner Met With Media Whimper

"Appearing in an interview on ABC's "Primetime Nightline" last week (Thu., 8/10/11), Hollywood actor Corey Feldman aired a truly brave and shocking claim:

"I can tell you that the No. 1 problem in Hollywood was and is and always will be pedophilia. That's the biggest problem for children in this industry ... It's the big secret."

It was not Feldman's only stomach-turning assertion. He also claimed that the "casting couch," the sick Hollywood legend by which roles are given in exchange for sex, even applies to children.

In addition to saying that he himself had been molested as a boy by "vultures" in show business, Feldman went on to claim that the demise of the late actor Corey Haim was precipitated by "a Hollywood mogul" abusing him as a boy. Feldman added:


"There was a circle of older men who surrounded themselves with this group of kids. And they all had either their own power or connections to great power in the entertainment industry …

"[T]here's a lot of good people in this industry, but there's also a lot of really, really sick, corrupt people. And there are people in this industry who have gotten away with it for so long that they feel they're above the law, and that's got to change. That's got to stop."

So here is a claim of massive abuse and cover-ups happening in Hollywood. Where is the major media on this?

Nearly a week after the episode aired, the response to Feldman's alarming claims has been almost non-existent in the major media. While the Boston Globe and the New York Times have hyperventilated over decades-old allegations of abuse by Catholic priests (many of which were all-too-true), neither paper dedicated even a drop of ink to Feldman's shocker...

Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/dave-pi...-media-whimper

From the article

Recent Charges of Sexual Abuse of Children in Hollywood Just Tip of Iceberg, Experts Say


"If a spate of recent allegations proves true, Hollywood may have a hideous epidemic on its hands. The past two weeks have brought three separate reports of alleged child sexual abuse in the entertainment industry.

Martin Weiss, a 47-year-old Hollywood manager who represented child actors, was charged in Los Angeles on Dec. 1 with sexually abusing a former client. His accuser, who was under 12 years old during the time of the alleged abuse, reported to authorities that Weiss told him "what they were doing was common practice in the entertainment industry." Weiss has pleaded not guilty.

On Nov. 21, Fernando Rivas, 59, an award-winning composer for “Sesame Street,” was arraigned on charges of coercing a child “to engage in sexually explicit conduct” in South Carolina. The Juilliard-trained composer was also charged with production and distribution of child pornography.

Registered sex offender Jason James Murphy, 35, worked as a casting agent in Hollywood for years before his past kidnapping and sexual abuse of a boy was revealed by the Los Angeles Times on Nov. 17. Murphy’s credits include placing young actors in kid-friendly fare like "Bad News Bears," "The School of Rock," "Cheaper by the Dozen 2” and the forthcoming "Three Stooges.”

Revelations of this sort come as no surprise to former child star Corey Feldman.

Feldman, 40, himself a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, unflinchingly warned of the world of pedophiles who are drawn to the entertainment industry last August. "I can tell you that the No. 1 problem in Hollywood was and is and always will be pedophilia,” Feldman told ABC’s Nightline. “That's the biggest problem for children in this industry... It's the big secret.”

Another child star from an earlier era agrees that Hollywood has long had a problem with pedophilia. “When I watched that interview, a whole series of names and faces from my history went zooming through my head,” Paul Peterson, 66, star of The Donna Reed Show, a sitcom popular in the 1950s and 60s, and president of A Minor Consideration, tells FOXNews.com. “Some of these people, who I know very well, are still in the game.”

“This has been going on for a very long time,” concurs former “Little House on the Prairie” star Alison Arngrim. “It was the gossip back in the ‘80s. People said, ‘Oh yeah, the Coreys, everyone’s had them.’ People talked about it like it was not a big deal.”

Arngrim, 49, was referring to Feldman and his co-star in “The Lost Boys,” Corey Haim, who died in March 2010 after years of drug abuse.

“I literally heard that they were ‘passed around,’” Arngrim said. “The word was that they were given drugs and being used for sex. It was awful – these were kids, they weren’t 18 yet. There were all sorts of stories about everyone from their, quote, ‘set guardians’ on down that these two had been sexually abused and were totally being corrupted in every possible way.”..."

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment...#ixzz26vP5rN6u





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September 19th, 2012, 02:07 PM

So there I was, sitting in Applebee's having a nice lunch (a cup of french onion soup their signature club sandwich) and lo and behold on the tv facing me 10 feet away I have to put up with being indoctrinated on the evils of homophobia by ESPN.

For those of you that haven't heard, Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Yunel Escobar had the audacity to write some miniscule word in Spanish on his eye black during a recent game that the gay gestapo deemed "homophobic". Even though Escobar apologized and lowered his moral standards into the gutter by stating that he's not homophobic and has fag friends, the tolerant child molesters at GLAAD (Gay Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) would have nothing to do with it, and Escobar was suspended for 3 games and forced to pay the $92,000 lost in wages to GLAAD and "You Can Play", a group of proud/unrepentant homosexual athletes (all 12 of them).
http://espn.go.com/mlb/story/_/id/83...slur-eye-black
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-400_162-...-on-eye-black/
http://youcanplayproject.org/

What was so disgusting about the ESPN coverage is that some lisper from GLAAD sat there talking with a panel from ESPN about the evil of homophobia for a half hour (hence ruining my nice lunch) and NONE of the former athletes not once dared say a word denouncing the immoral, promiscuous, disease ridden 'deathstyle'.

Undoubtedly they wanted to keep their jobs.





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Where is the evidence for a global flood?
Why do my eyes hurt?
You've never used them.

"...the waters under the "expanse" were under the crust."
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September 20th, 2012, 07:01 AM

For those of you that haven't closely followed the thread, I'll repeat what I said before regarding the penalty phase of recriminalizing homosexuality:

While the death penalty has never been used in Chrisitanized western civilization for crimes against nature such as homosexuality and bestiality, those that physically molest children and/or by their influence, lead them into the homosexual 'deathstyle', hence murdering their bodies and souls, need to have the ultimate penalty swiftly administered to them.

When that day happens, there will be quite a few producing/directing/acting/news reporting jobs available in Hollyweird and across the US.





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"Oh give me a home, where the buffalo roam, and the deer and the antelope are glad that Frank Kameny is dead...homos, homos on the range..."
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September 20th, 2012, 09:41 AM

The next segment of this thread will talk about homosexual organizations and publications. While it would take hours of research and several pages to list all of the modern day homosexual organizations, I'll reveal the national organizations, their key players, and their financial status, that have a major influence on politics, entertainment, and how the news is reported.

But first, I'll show how many homosexual organizations there are here in Sodomy and Gonorrhea North: Seattle WA (including the Pacific Northwest).

GAY AND LESBIAN ORGANIZATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS
of the NORTHWEST AND BRITISH COLUMBIA


and organizations important to the GLBT community

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The time has come - We must defend our dream
Robert Duncan (1919-1988)

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Alvin Fritz
University of Washington Libraries
alvin@u.washington.edu
revised 9-21-2009

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note: limited to non-profit and/or information-providing organizations and publications with websites...many of the websites give directory information for related area organizations without websites... for national/international organizations and publications important for GLBT research, see Gay and Lesbian National and International Organizations and Publications...many provide local chapter directory information
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

BOOKSTORES
BUSINESS/EMPLOYEES
CIVIL RIGHTS/LAW/POLITICS
COMMUNITY CENTERS/ACTIVITIES/PRIDE FESTIVALS
CULTURE, HISTORY & THE ARTS/MUSIC/LITERATURE/RADIO/TV
EDUCATION/SCHOOLS/UNIVERSITIES
FOUNDATIONS
HEALTH AND SUPPORT: EDUCATION/RESEARCH/TREATMENT AND SOCIAL SUPPORT GROUPS
note: encompasses physical, mental, behavioral, and social health; and support groups
NEWSPAPERS/PUBLICATIONS/PUBLISHERS
RECREATION/SOCIAL/SPORTS
RELIGION/SPIRITUALITY

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BOOKSTORES
•Beyond The Closet (Seattle)
http://www.beyondthecloset.com

•Little Sister's Book & Art Emporium (Vancouver)
note: GLB bookstore; world-wide custom orders; search engine for titles
http://www.lsisters.com

•Powell's Books (Portland)
note: click on Browse our Sections, then click on Gay and Lesbian Studies; search engine available; new and used books; order on web or by telephone
http://www.powells.com

•Red & Black Books Collective (Seattle)
note: went out of business in March 1999
formerly at http://www.redblack.com

BUSINESS/EMPLOYEES
•GayPDX.com Yellow Pages & Business Directory, Portland and Oregon.
http://gaypdx.com/directory

•GLUE. Gay and Lesbian University Employees of the University of Washington
http://www.scn.org/glue

•GLBA. Gay & Lesbian Business Association of Greater Vancouver
http://www.glba.org/

•GSBA. Greater Seattle Business Association
note: "...Seattle's GLBT chamber of commerce...expanding opportunites to strengthen the LGBT...community...exchange ideas, increase visibility, promote inclusiveness, sponsor educational scholarships, provide advocacy..."
http://www.thegsba.org

•Hospital Employees Union. Lesbian and Gay Standing Committee (British Columbia)
http://www.pridepages.org/

•Inland Northwest Business Alliance. (Spokane)
note: a professinal gay and gay-friendly busienss organization
http://www.inbaspokane.org

•PABA. Portland Area Business Association
http://www.paba.com

•The Pink Pages. Business directory & Lifestyle Magazine for the Lesbian & Gay Community.
note: directory of gay-owned and/or gay-friendly businesses in Seattle and Portland; by type of business; for Seattle, click on Seattle; for Portland, click on Portland.
http://lesgaypinkpages.com/

CIVIL RIGHTS/LAW/POLITICS

•ACLU Idaho
http://members.aol.com/idaclu

•ACLU Oregon
http://www.aclu-or.org

•ACLU Washington.Lesbian/Gay Rights
http://www.aclu-wa.org/issues/lesbiangay

•Alaska's No on 2 Ballot Measure
note: 1998 constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage
http://members.tripod.com/~no_on_2

•Asian Lesbian & Bisexual Alliance (Seattle)
http://www.alba.org

•Basic Rights Oregon (Portland)
note: "ending discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in Ore"
http://www.basicrights.org

•Bigots Ban Books (British Columbia)
note: advocacy group against book banning in the schools; the Surrey Schools case
http://www.lesbigay.com/bigots/

•B.C. Civil Liberties Association
http://www.bccla.org/

•British Columbia Persons with AIDS Society. BCPWA.
note: for mutual support, resources, information and collective action; the largest AIDS organization in Western Canada
http://www.bcpwa.org

•Dyke Community Activists (Seattle)
note: "...a group of lesbians, founded in 1988, who work for lesbian and women's rights..."
http://www.home.earthlink.net/~dykecommunityactivists

•Equal Rights Washington. ERW.
note: merger of Discrimination Free Washington and Basic Rights Washington; LGBT political advocacy in Washington State to end discrimination and establish equal rights.
http://www.equalrightswashington.org

•The Equality Project (Eugene, Oregon)
http://www.efn.org/~equality/

•GALE BC. Gay and Lesbian Educators of B.C.(Vancouver)
http://www.galebc.org/

•Harvey Muggy Lesbian and Gay Democrats of Washington State
note: now entitled Washington Stonewall Democrats
http://www.scn.org/activism/harveymuggy/

•Legal Marriage Alliance of Washington
http://www.lmaw.org

•Lesbian Community Project (Portland)
http://www.xprt.net/~lcp/

•Lesbian Resource Center (Seattle)
http://www.lrc.net

•NWPROUD. Northwest Pride Resource Organization Uniting Diversity. (Bellingham, Washington)
note: coalition of all sexual minorities in Whatcom, Skagit, Island, and Snohomish counties; activist actions and social events.
http://www.nwproud.com
PFLAG Chapters
note: PFLAG Chapters also serve as youth, parent, and family support groups

•PFLAG Anchorage
http://www.alaska.net/~identity/pflag.html

•PFLAG Bellingham-Whatcom County (Washington)
http://www.pflagbellingham.org

•PFLAG Corvallis/Albany, Oregon
http://www.jam-assoc.com/pflag/

•PFLAG Idaho
note: with links to chapters within Idaho: Coeur d'Alene, Eastern Idaho, Lewiston, Magic Valley/Twin Falls, Mountain Home, Sandpoint, Treasure Valley, Valley County
http://www.idahopflag.org

•PFLAG Olympia (Washington)
http://pflag-olympia.org

•PFLAG Portland, Oregon
http://www.pflagpdx.org

•PFLAG Seattle
http://www.seattle-pflag.org

•PFLAG Spokane
http://www.pflagspokane.org

•PFLAG Wenatchee Valley (Wenatchee,Washington)
http://www.wenatcheepflag.org

•Religious Coalition for Equality.
note: "Advocating for marriage equality and civil rights"
http://www.religiouscoalition-wa.org

•SEAMEC. Seattle Metropolitan Elections Committee for Gays, Lesbians, Bisexuals and Transgendered Persons
note: rates candidates for public office (Seattle and King County, Washington) on glbt issues
note: for Snohomish County Division, link to SNOMEC
http://www.seamec.org/

•Seattle Commission for Sexual Minorities
note: a commission of Seattle city government
http://www.ci.seattle.wa.us/scsm/

•Smith and Hughes Barristers & Solicitors (Vancouver)
note: legal information on glbt immigration to Canada
http://www.smith-hughes.com/immigration.html

•SNOMEC. Snohomish County Division of SEAMEC
note: ranks candidates for public office (Snohomish County, Washington) on glbt issues
note: a division of SEAMEC
http://www.seamec.org/snomec.html

•Southeast Alaska Gay & Lesbian Alliance. SEAGLA (Juneau)
note: extensive support network for glbt Alaska; numerous links
http://www.seagla.org

•TEN. The Eastside Network.
note: "to promote an active, informed, and supportive Greater Eastside Community;" (Eastside=Seattle Suburban Eastside)
http://www.theeastsidenetwork.org

•Washington Stonewall Democrats.
http://www.scn.org/harveymuggy/

•Washington Won't Discriminate.
note: "...statewide coalition of individuals, businesses, nonprofit, religious and community-based organizations who have come together to protect the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Washingtonians."
http://washingtonwontdiscriminate.org

•Your Family, Friends, and Neighbors. YFFN. (Boise)
http://www.yffn.org

COMMUNITY CENTERS/ACTIVITIES/PRIDE FESTIVALS
•Bridges of Pride!
note: Portland pride festival
http://www.pridenw.org

•The Centre (Vancouver)
note: a community centre serving and supporting lesbian, gay, transgendered, bisexual people and their allies; services include social/recreational/community activities, discussion groups, library, legal & psychological counselling
http://www.lgtbcentrevancouver.com

•The Community Center. (Boise)
http://www.gayidaho.com/tcc

•Freedom Day Committee (Seattle)
note: to organize and promote the annual Pride Parade/March and Freedom Rally
http://www.seattlepride.org

•Identity, Inc. (Anchorage)
note: online community center, publishes NorthView
http://www.alaska.net/~identity

•Imperial Sovereign Court of Seattle, and the Olympic and Rainier Empire
note: sponsors drag events and shows to raise money for for various causes within the community; a chapter of The International Court System
http://www.imperialcourtofseattle.com

•Lambert House (Seattle)
note: for glbt & questioning youth, ages 14-22
http://www.lamberthouse.org

•Lesbian Resource Center (Seattle)
http://www.lrc.net

•OUTKITSAP
note: gay news, issues, events for Kitsap County (Washington)
http://www.outkitsap.org

•Prince George Gay and Lesbian Information Services (Prince George, B.C.)
http://www.minifi.com/glis/

•The Rainbow Center. A Community of Pride in Pierce County (Tacoma)
note: serves the GLBT communities of Pierce County with information, partnerships, programs and educational resources
http://www.rainbowcntr.org

•Rainbow Center Olympia (Olympia, WA)
http://www.rainbowcenteroly.org

•Rainbow Regional Community Center. (Spokane)
note: serves Spokane and the Inland Empire
http://www.spokanerainbowcenter.org

•Seattle Dykemarch
http://www.seattledykemarch.com

•Seattle LGBT Community Center
http://www.seattlelgbt.org

•Snohomish County Gay Men's Task Force (Snohomish County, Washington)
note: "to improve the quality of life for gay and bisexual men in Snohomish County
http://gaysnohomish.org

•TEN. The Eastside Network
note: "to promote an active, informed, and supportive Greater Eastside Community;" (Eastside=Seattle Suburban Eastside)
http://www.theeastsidenetwork.org

•Vancouver Pride Society
http://www.vanpride.bc.ca/home.htm

•Victoria Pride Society
http://www.victoriapride.com

•The Wet Spot (Seattle)
note: a membership-based (over 18) community center to promote all aspects and diversities of sex-positive culture and information; with library for members, the Pacific Northwest Library for Sex-Positive Culture.
http://www.wetspot.org

•Western Montana Gay & Lesbian Community Center (Missoula)
http://gaymontana.com/wmglcc

CULTURE, HISTORY & THE ARTS/MUSIC/LITERATURE/RADIO/TV

•Bent Writing Institute.
note: "The bent writing institute is a non-profit school for queer writers in Seattle, Washington." Click on typewriter to enter the site.
http://www.bentwriting.com

•Diverse Harmony. A Gay/Straight Alliance Youth Chorus. (Seattle)
http://www.diverseharmony.org

•Gay West's 'The Coming Out Show' CFRO 102.7 (Vancouver)
http://www.geocities.com/WestHollywood/1394/

•GLOradio
note: worldwide GLBT radio webcast
http://www.planetout.com/gloradio

•Long Yang Club Seattle
note: social and support group for Gay Asians and interested non-Asians; promotes Asian culture
http://www.longyangclub.org/seattle

•Northwest Lesbian and Gay History Museum Project (Seattle)
note: collects and exhibits NW GLBT history; site has numerous links to GLBT libraries, archives, and GLBT historical information
http://lgbthistorynw.org

•Pacific Northwest Lesbian Archives. PNLA.
note: collects lesbian-relevant resources of the Pacific Northwest (Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Alaska)
http://www.pnwlesbianarchives.org

•Portland Gay Men's Chorus
http://www.pdxgmc.org

•Queer FM for the gay, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered communities. CiTR 101.9 FM University of British Columbia (Vancouver)
http://www.lesbigay.com/queerfm

•Rainbow City Band (Seattle)
http://www.rainbowcityband.org

•Seattle Lesbian & Gay Chorus
http://www.slgc.org

•Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival
http://www.seattlequeerfilm.com

•Seattle Men's Chorus/Seattle Women's Chorus. SMC/SWC
http://www.seattlemenschorus.org

•Spokane Gay/Lesbian Film Festival.
http://www.spokanefilmfest.org

•Tides of Men (Vancouver)
note: to collect and preserve the history of gay men in British Columbia
http://www.lesbigay.com/tides

•A Vancouver Women's Choir
http://www.geocities.com/Wellesley/1448/

EDUCATION/SCHOOLS/UNIVERSITIES
•Alaska Gay & Lesbian Association. AGLA.
note: student club for gay, lesbian, bi, trans & allies, University of Alaska
http://www.uaf.edu/agla

•B-GLAD. University of Puget Sound (Tacoma)
note: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender & straight alliance
http://clubs.ups.edu/bglad

•BOHGOF. Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Graduate Students and Faculty at the University of Washington
http://students.washington.edu/bohgofs

•Campus Q. University of Washington discussion group for queer campus issues
http://students.washington.edu/~lpjames/campusq

•Coalition Against Homophobia at Whitman College. GLBTQ. (Walla Walla, Washington)
http://www.whitman.edu/glbtq

•College of Southern Idaho. G-LAB. Gay's, Lesbian's and Bisexual's
note: a student's organization
http://www.geocities.com/jee_lab

•Delta Lambda Phi. Psi Chapter
note: University of Washington chapter of the national social fraternity for gay, bisexual and progressive men
http://www.dlp.org/psi

•Freely Speaking Toastmasters (Seattle)
note: "a gay and lesbian communication and leadership program...;" to improve public speaking, communication and social skills; member of Toastmasters International
http://www.toastmasterspride.org

•GALE. Gay and Lesbian Educators of B. C. (Vancouver, British Columbia)
http://www.galebc.org

•Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered, Queer and Questiong Group School of Social Work, University of Washington.
http://depts.washington.edu/sswweb/glbtq

•Gay Straight Alliance (University of Idaho, Boise)
note: formerly University of Idaho Queer Student Association; and previous to that, The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Association
http://www.uidaho.edu/~alliance

•GLUE. Gay and Lesbian University Employees of the University of Washington
note: this site will soon merge with the Boghof site, http://students.washington.edu/boghofs
http://www.scn.org/glue

•GLSEN Alaska
note: Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network
http://www.angelfire.com/biz3./glsen

•Harmony. Pacific Lutheran University. (Tacoma, Washington)
note: "an alliance of Pacific Lutheran University's gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and affirmative community"
http://www.plu.edu/~harmony

•HERO. Helping Education Regarding Orientation Gonzaga University, Spokane
note: gay-straight alliance group
http://barney.gonzaga.edu/~hero

•Lambda Alliance (University of Montana, Missoula, MT)
http://www.geocities.com/mtlambda

•Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Alliance. LGBTA. (Western Washington University)
note: the lgbt student organization at Western Washington University, Bellingham
http://www.as.wwu.edu/lgbta

•Northwest Lesbian and Gay History Museum Project (Seattle)
note: collects and exhibits NW GLBT history; site has numerous links to GLBT libraries, archives, and GLBT historical information
http://home.earthlink.net/~ruthpett/lgbthistorynw

•Out On Campus. SFU's Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay and Transgendered Collective
note: at Simon Fraser University
http://www.sfu.ca/out-on-campus

•Outlaws
note: "...student organization at the University of Washington School of Law...to promote pride and tolerance..."
http://students.washington.edu/legalsuw

•Pride Dawgs University of Washington.
note: to promote queer visibility and increase understanding of queer issues; initially named Queer Dawgs
http://students.washington.edu/prdawgs/

•Q Center University of Washington.
note: "...an open, safe, inclusive, and celebratory environment for queer...and allied students, faculty, staff and the campus community at large."
http://depts.washington.edu/qcenter

•Rainbow Continuum @OSU Oregon State University,Corvallis
note: ..."social and personal support for LGBTA students..."
http://oregonstate.edu/groups/rcosu

•The Safe Schools Coalition.
http://www.safeschools-wa.org

•Society for Human Sexuality University of Washington
note: education, information and resources on all aspects of sexuality for mutually consenting, responsible adults
http://www.sexuality.org

•Student Alliance for Equality (SAFE). Eastern Washington University. (Cheney, WA)
note: the GLBTQA (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and ally) organization at EWU
http://iceberg.ewu.edu/safe/safe.htm

•Triangle Club. Seattle University.
note: "sexual minorities and non-minorities promoting tolerance, challenging stereotypes, and embracing diversity at Seattle University"
http://students.seattleu.edu/clubs/triangle/

•University of Oregon Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Educational and Support Services Program
http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~program

•University of Washington Gay, Bisexual, Lesbian, Transgender Commission (GBLTC) of the Associated Students of the University of Washington (ASUW)
http://depts.washington.edu/asuwgblc/

•UVic Pride University of Victoria (British Columbia)
note: "...to represent, advocate for, and provide services for queer and queer friendly students..."
http://www.uvss.uvic.ca/pride

•Washington State University Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Allies Program
http://www.wsu.edu/glbap

FOUNDATIONS
•Lifelong Aids Alliance (Seattle)
note: merger of the Chicken Soup Brigade and the Northwest AIDS Foundation; funds to people with AIDS, people with HIV; to AIDS agencies and advocacy groups in Washington State
http://www.lifelongaidsalliance.org

•Northwest AIDS Foundation (Seattle)
note: merged with Chicken Soup Brigade to form the Lifelong AIDS Alliance, see Lifelong AIDS Alliance

•Pride Foundation (Seattle)
note: funds organizations and scholarships in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Alaska
http://www.pridefoundation.org/

HEALTH AND SUPPORT: EDUCATION/RESEARCH/TREATMENT AND SOCIAL SUPPORT GROUPS
note: encompasses physical, mental, behavioral, and social health groups; and support groups

•The Abbey of St. Joan (Seattle)
note: house of The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Inc.; raises funds for AIDS and gay rights causes
http://www.theabbey.org

•AIDS Clinical Trials Unit. ACTU. University of Washington and Harborview Medical Center
note: clinical trials of new medicines for HIV-infected persons
http://depts.washington.edu/actu

•AIDS Drug Assistance Program. ADAP. Washington State. (Seattle)
note: telephone referrals for AIDS/HIV health care
http://www.atdn.org/access/states/wa/wa.html

•AIDS Housing of Washington
note: to increase the quantity and quality of housing for people living with HIV/AIDS in America
http://www.aidshousing.org

•AIDS Vaccine Evaluation Unit. AVEU. University of Washington
note: vaccine testing site
http://www.fhcrc.org/clinicl/id/research/vacc.html

•AIDS Vancouver
note: support services; resources for health promotion, risk reduction
http://www.aidsvancouver.bc.ca

•AIDS Vancouver Island
note: support, education, street outreach
http://www.avi.org/

•Alaskan AIDS Assistance Association
http://www.alaskanaids.org

•Aradia Women's Health Center (Seattle)
note: feminist women's clinic run by women; lesbian-affirming health care
http://www.aradia.org

•Asian Pacific AIDS Council. APAC (Seattle)
note: to prevent HIV/AIDS and to assist HIV+ and PLWAs in the Asian and Pacific Islander communities
http://www.scn.org/health/apac

•Bailey-Boushay House (Seattle)
note: AIDS care center with residential and day care programs
http://www.virginiamason.org/bailey-boushay

•Bastyr University. AIDS Research Center (Seattle)
note: alternative medicine research
http://www.bastyr.edu/research/buarc

•BiNet BC. The British Columbia Bisexual Network
http://bi.org/~binetbc/

•BiNet Seattle
http://bi.org/~binet-seattle/

•Blue Mountain Heart to Heart (Walla Walla and Columbia Counties, WA)
note: support and assistance for persons living with HIV/AIDS; HIV testing and counseling; outreach
http://www.bluemountainheart.org

•British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS University of British Columbia and St. Paul's Hospital
note: research, guidelines, trials and projects including Vanguard Project, Vancouver Lymphadenopathy-AIDS Study (VLAS), Vancouver Injection Drug User Study (VIDUS); Canadian HIV Trials Network (click on 'en francais," for French version)
http://cfeweb.hivnet.ubc.ca

•British Columbia Persons with AIDS Society
note: for mutual support, resources, information and collective action; the largest AIDS organization in Western Canada
http://www.bcpwa.org/

•The Bunny Brigade (Seattle)
note: "raises funds and provides labor for AIDS service agencies in the Puget Sound area"
http://www.bunnybrigade.org

•Canadian HIV Trials Network
note: funded by Health Canada and jointly sponsored by the University of British Columbia and St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver; available in French, click on 'en francais'
http://www.hivnet.ubc.ca/ctn.html

•Cascade AIDS Project (Portland)
http://www.cascadeaids.org

•Chicken Soup Brigade (Seattle)
note: provides free meals, transportation, and chore services throughout King County; now merged with the Northwest AIDS Foundation to form the Lifelong AIDS Alliance, see Lifelong AIDS Alliance

•Cocoons (Olympia)
note:" a womyn's group...formerly or...still in heterosexual marriages..."
http://thurstoncounty.tripod.com/cocoons/index.html

•Compassion in Dying (Portland)
http://www.thebody.com/cid/cidpage.html

•Compassion in Dying Federation (Portland, Oregon)
http://www.compassionindying.org

•Compassion in Dying of Washington
http://www.compassionindying.org/wa/

•Crystalneon, see Neon

•Dunshee House. (Seattle)
note: formerly known as: Seattle AIDS Support Group. SASG; peer-facilitated group meetings, drop-in center
http://www.DunsheeHouse.org

•Entre Hermanos (King County)
note: a support, information and social group for the Latino/Latina community
http://www.entrehermanos.org

•Evergreen AIDS Foundation (Bellingham, Washington)
note: provides AIDS services/resources to Bellingham area
http://www.evergreenaids.org

•Gay City Health Project (Seattle)
note: mission is to reduce number of new HIV infections
http://www.gaycity.org/

•The Gender Alliance of the South Sound. (Tacoma)
note: "...support and social group for crossdressers, transsexuals and other transgendered individuals..."
http://www.southsoundgender.com

•HIV/AIDS Prevention and Education Services, Washington State Department of Health.
note: prevention, education, client services, Governor's Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (GACHA)
http://www.doh.wa.gov/cfh/hiv.htm

•HIV/AIDS Program, Spokane Regional Health District.
http://www.srhd.org/health/HIV/AIDS

•HIV/AIDS Project Development and Evaluation Unit. HAPDEU. (School of Social Work, University of Washington)
note: programs include community building & education (Friend-to-Friend Project); health & empowerment for gay & bi men with HIV or AIDS (Positive Power); HIV/AIDS treatment adherence
http://depts.washington.edu/hapdeu

•HIV Alliance (Eugene, Lane County, Oregon)
note: care and referral of HIV+ persons; needle exchange, safe sex outreach and education
http://www.hivalliance.org

•HIV Prevention Trials Unit (University of Washington HPTU site)
note: research on vaccines, microbicides/barriers, STD's, behavioral intervention
note: formerly HIVNET
http://depts.washington.edu/hptu/

•Ingersoll Center (Seattle)
note: nonprofit agency for the transsexual, transvestite and transgender community
http://www.ingersollcenter.org/

•Interior AIDS Association (Fairbanks, Alaska)
http://www.ptialaska.net/~iaa/

•King County Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Heatlh.
http://www.metrokc.gov/health/glbt

•Lambert House (Seattle)
note: for GBLT youth ages 14-22
http://www.lamberthouse.org

•Lifelong AIDS Alliance(Seattle)
note: merger of the Northwest AIDS Foundation and the Chicken Soup Brigade; largest AIDS service organization in the Northwest; committed to preventing the spread of AIDS, and to providing support services and advocating for those whose lives are affected by HIV and AIDS
http://www.lifelongaidsalliance.org

•Long Yang Club Seattle
note: social and support group for Gay Asians and interested non-Asians
http://www.longyangclub.org/seattle

•A Loving Spoonful (Vancouver)
note: daily meals service for PLWAs
http://www.alovingspoonful.org

•MEN in touch (Vancouver, B.C.)
note: holistic healing for men through care and support of other men
http://growinghealthier.com/men

•Men's Welcoming Committee. MWC (Seattle)
note: men's group, education and support for male newcomers to leather interest
http://www.bent.org

•NEON. Needle and sex Education Outreach Network (Seattle)
note: "...information and services [needle exchange, safer injection workshops, peer education, counseling, support groups, advocacy] to gay and bisexual men who inject crystal methamphetamine...; a program of the Seattle Counseling Service"
http://www.crystalneon.org

•North Idaho AIDS Coalition. NIAC.
note: HIV/AIDS education, prevention, advocacy; support services
http://www.northidahoaidscoalition.org

•Northwest AIDS Foundation (Seattle)
note: now merged with the Chicken Soup Brigade to form the Lifelong AIDS Alliance, see Lifelong AIDS Alliance
http://www.nwaids.org

•Northwest Rainbow Alliance of the Deaf. NWRAD.
note: Washington (State) and Oregon chapter of the national Rainbow Alliance of the Deaf. RAD.
http://www.nwrad.org

•Northwest Two-Spirit Society (Seattle)
note: "...to educate society regarding First Nation and Two-Spirit histories and traditions,...promotion of health, Two-Spirit visibility,...training and outreach to the Native...communities..."
http://www.nwtwospiritsociety.org

•NW Network of Bi, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse (Seattle)
http://www.nwnetwork.org

•Odyssey Youth Group (Spokane)
note: drop-in center; Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho youth
http://www.geocities.com/odysseyyouthcenter

•Papillon (Spokane)
note: transgender support and social group
http://www.spokanepapillon.org

•Partnership Project. Oregon Health and Science University/Partnership. (Portland)
note: "Our mission is to help people living with HIV/AIDS achieve or sustain the highest possible quality of life and health and to provide those living with HIV/AIDS and their families, access to information, treatment and support services."
http://www.ohsu.edu/partnership/

•PFLAG CHAPTERS
note: PFLAG offers advocacy as well as youth, parent, and family support groups; listed in CIVIL RIGHTS/LAW/POLITICS section

•POCAAN. People of Color Against AIDS Network (Seattle)
http://www.pocaan.org

•Portland Bisexual Alliance
note: "...advocates for healthy sexuality from a bisexual perspective..."
http://www.trashkitten.com/id233.htm

•Positive Power (Seattle)
note: support, choices, and personal growth/changes for gay and bisexual men with HIV or AIDS
http://depts.washington.edu/pospower/

•POZ Seattle
note: "...a social group that organizes social events for Gay/Bi men with HIV/Aids"
http://pozseattle.org

•Q-Squared Men. (Seattle)
note: The mission of Q-Squared is to improve the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health of sexual minority men by building a stronger sense of community, increasing individual responsibility, and improving self-esteem. Sponsors a Spring and Fall camp.

•Queer Youth Rights. QYR. (Seattle)
note: "...for queer youth to come together, be safe, learn from each other, and make change in Seattle for queer youth..."
http://www.queeryouthrights.org

•Queercore (Seattle)
note: a project of Gay City for gay and bisexual men in their 20s
http://www.queercore.org

•Rainbow Families of Puget Sound (Seattle)
note: "...social and informal support organization...to provide opportunities for GLBT families to form strong community ties..."
http://www.rainbowfamiliesps.org

•Rainbow Train (Seattle)
note: services for LGBT elders
http://www.rainbowtrain.org

•Ride for a Reason (Vancouver, Seattle, Portland)
note: AIDS fundraising bicycle ride
http://www.rideforareason.org

•Rise n' Shine
note: support to children and teens whose lives are affected by HIV and AIDS
http://www.risenshine.org

•Rosehedge AIDS Housing and Health Care (Seattle)
note: 24-hour housing and health care program
http://www.rosehedge.org

•Seattle Aids Support Group. SASG
note: now named: Dunshee House; peer-facilitated group meetings, drop-in center
http://www.DunsheeHouse.org

•Seattle Bisexual Women's Network
note: "...self-identified women...a feminist bisexual support network...a rap group, newsletter, social events and information..."
http://www.geocities.com/sbwn

•Seattle Counseling Services
note" "...to provide counseling and therapy to the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered community of the greater Seattle area...since 1969"
http://www.seattlecounseling.org/

•Seattle Gay Clinic
note: HIV testing & counseling; STD screening and treatment; regardless of ability to pay
http://www.seattlegayclinic.org

•Seattle-King County Dept. of Public Health Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Health webpages.
note: entry to several glbt health sites including definitions, services, resources & providers
http://www.metrokc.gov/health/glbt

•Seattle-King County Dept. of Public Health HIV/AIDS Program
note: all AIDS related services/referrals; sponsors the One on One Project (early access services for HIV positive people); formerly The AIDS Prevention Project
http://www.metrokc.gov/health/apu

•Seattle Positive Youth
note: "to unite youth ages 14-25 infected and affected by HIV" for peer support
http://www.pscs.org/~spy

•Seattle Treatment Education Program. STEP
http://www.thebody.com/step/steppage.html

•SHANTI (Seattle)
note: provides emotional support-companionship
http://www.multifaith.org/shanti

•Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Inc., Seattle Chapter (The Abbey of St. Joan)
note: provides charitable support for AIDs-related concerns & PLWAs
http://www.theabbey.org

•Snohomish County Gay Men's Task Force (Snohomish County, Washington)
note: "to improve the quality of life for gay and bisexual men in Snohomish County
http://www.gaysnohomish.org

•Southern Oregon Center for HIV Care (Medford, Oregon)
http://id.mind.net/~sochc/

•Spokane AIDS Network
http://www.spokaneaidsnetwork.org

•Spokane Gender Center
note: "...offers information about Transgender persons..." http://www.gendercenter.com

•Stonewall Health Project (Moscow, ID)
note: regional HIV education and prevention; services to persons with HIV/AIDS
http://users.clarkston.com/stonewall

•StonewallYouth (Olympia, Washington)
http://www.stonewallyouth.org

•Tri-Cities CARES (The Tri-Cities: Kennewick, Richland, Pasco, WA)
note: support and counseling for persons with HIV/AIDS; under the auspices of the Tri-Cities chaplaincy
http://www.tricitieschaplaincy.org/support.htm#cares

•University of Washington Center for AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases
note: research, training, clinical programs; a World Health Organization Collaborating Center for AIDS and STDS.
http://depts.washington.edu/cfar/

•University of Washington Center for AIDS Research. CFAR.
http://depts.washington.edu/cfar/CFAR/index.html

•Vancouver Friends for Life Society
note: support services to people with life threatening illnesses
http://www.friendsforlifeca

•Verbena (Seattle)
note: merger of the Seattle Lesbian Cancer Project (SLCP) and Sappho's Health Services (SHS); several programs including Verbena Health Clinic in partnership with Country Doc
http://www.verbenahealth.org

•Victoria AIDS Respite Care Society
http://www.varcs.org/varcs/varcs.nsf

•The Victoria Persons with AIDS Society
http://www.vpwas.com

•Virology Research Clinic (University of Washington)
note: herpes and herpes/HIV epidemiology, natural history and research; herpes studies; therapy and vaccine evaluation; for treatment click on Remington Clinic
http://depts.washington.edu/herpes

•Volunteer Attorneys for People with AIDS (Seattle)
http://www.nwjustice.org/king_county...ers/VAPWA.html

•Washington Gender Alliance (Bellingham, WA)
note: support and education concerning issues of gender identity/expression, serves all Washington State
http://www.washingtongenderalliance.org

•Women's Welcoming Committee. WWC. (Seattle)
note: women's group, education and support for women newcomers to leather interest
http://wwc.bent.org

•YouthCo. Youth Community Outreach AIDS Society (Vancouver)
note: youth (up to age 29) issues pertaining to HIV/AIDS
http://www.youthco.org

•Youthquest. Lesbian and Gay Youth Society of British Columbia
http://www.youthquest.bc.ca/

NEWSPAPERS/PUBLICATIONS/PUBLISHERS•Campsites (Seattle)
note: newsletter of the Triangle Recreation Camp
http://www.camptrc.org/newsltr.html

•Homefront (Seattle)
note: published by the Bailey-Boushay House Office of Development
http://www.virginiamason.org/dbbaile.../sec124502.htm

•Just Out (Portland)
note: no full text; brief review of current contents only
http://www.justout.com

•Lesbian Resource Center News Online (Seattle)
note: click on 'articles & news'; then click on 'LRC News Online'
http://www.lrc.net/

•Men in touch Quarterly (Vancouver, B.C.)
note: journal of MEN in touch; click on Articles, Poetry, Letters; journal encourages emotional intimacy/caring among men regardless of sexual orientation
http://growinghealthier.com/men

•NorthView (Anchorage)
note: news and views for Alaska's gay and lesbian community, a monthly publication of Identity, Inc.
http://www.alaska.net/~identity/northvue.html

•Northwest Gay Times (Bellingham)
http://home1.gte.net/minerich/index.htm

•Parents Banner PFLAG Newsletter, Seattle Chapter
http://www.southlake.net/pflag-bt/

•Perspective. Newsletter of the Greater Seattle Business Association
http://www.thegsba.org/newsletters.php

•Portland Metro Gayzette
note: the newsletter of Portland Metro Club, click on NEWSLETTER
http://www.geocities.com/pdxprimetimers/index.html

•Pride Pages. The Official Publication of the Hospital Employees' Union Lesbian and Gay Standing Committee (British Columbia)
http://www.pridepages.org/

•Push. Queer Feminist Subversions (Seattle)
note: published by an all volunteer, queer feminist collective in Seattle; essays, stories, interviews, poems, art, reviews on issues of politics, activism, identity, and representation
http;//www.pushmagazine.org

•Rainbow News (Tacoma)
note: the newsletter of The Rainbow Center; v.4, issue 2+ (Dec. 2000/Jan. 2001+); issued every two months
http://www.rainbowcntr.org/newsletter.htm

•Seal Press (Seattle)
note: publishes women writers; numerous lesbian titles
http://www.sealpress.com/

•Seattle Gay News
note: current edition and archives from Dec. 5, 1997
http://www.sgn.org/

•Seattle Gay Standard
note: ceased publication with v.2, n.48 (Nov 30/Dec 6, 2001)

RECREATION/SOCIAL/SPORTS
•Adventure Group. A Gay and Lesbian Outdoors Organization (Portland)
http://www.adventuregroup.org

•Associated Lesbians of Puget Sound. ALPS.
note: sponsors various social (cultural and sport) groups; the organization officially dissolved, site has some informational updating
http://www.alpswomen.com

•BC Bears (Vancouver)
http://www.bcbears.com

•Bears of Idaho. BOI. (Boise)
http://www.bearsofidaho.com

•Border Riders Motorcycle Club (Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver)
http://www.borderriders.com

•Bottom Dwellers Scuba Club (Seattle)
http://www.bottomdwellers.org

•Camp Ten Trees (Lake Wenatchee)
note: summer camp for lgbt and questioning youth, and children of the LGBT community...youth build self-confidence and strength in diversity...
http://www.camptentrees.org

•Delta Lambda Phi. Psi Chapter (Seattle)
note: University of Washington chapter of the national social fraternity for gay, bisexual and progressive men
http://www.dlp.org/psi

•Different Spokes (Seattle)
note: bicycle club, group plans bicycle rides at various levels of difficulty; social events
http://www.differentspokes.org

•Emerald City Softball Association (Seattle and Puget Sound)
http://www.emeraldcitysoftball.org/

•English Bay Swim Club. EBSC (Vancouver)
http://www.englishbay.org

•Fraser Valley Gay and Lesbian Association. FVGALA (British Columbia, Surrey to Hope)
note: an informal social group with potlucks, dinners, hikes, and other group activities; in southwestern British Columbia; as of 2-15-04 viable, but no news or maintenance
http://www.fvgala.web1000.com

•Gay Vancouver Online. Your Lesbigay Guide to Vancouver
http://www.gayvancouver.bc.ca

•The Gentle Giants of Oregon (Portland)
note: "...dedicated to bringing together heavyset men and the men who like them that way..."
http://www.chubnet.net/gentlegiants/

•Guerrilla Masquerade Party. GMP.
note: costume parties, costume guerrillas, glbt fun with costumes
http://www.gmpseattle.com/

•Identity, Inc. (Anchorage)
note: online community center, publishes NorthView
http://www.alaska.net/~identity

•Kings Wrestling (Seattle)
note: for men and women of all ages and skill levels
http://www.kingswrestling.org

•Long Yang Club Seattle
note: social and support group for Gay Asians and interested non-Asians; promotes Asian culture
http://www.longyangclub.org/seattle

•Mature Friends (Seattle)
note: a social group for gay men and women over 40
http://www.maturefriends.org

•Northwest Bears (Seattle)
http://www.nwbears.org

•OK Bears (Okanagon, British Columbia)
http://www.okbears.com

•Orca Swim Team (Seattle)
http://www.teamseattle.org/orca

•Oregon Bears (Portland)
http://www.oregonbears.org/

•Out & About (Vancouver, B.C.)
note: "great outdoors" activities from urban walks to global adventures
http://oavancouver.org

•Out on the Green. (Vancouver, B.C.)
note: Vancouver's Gay and Lesbian Golf League
http://www.outonthegreen.com

•OutVentures (Seattle)
note: plans hiking, backpacking, cycling, kayaking and other summer adventure events/trips
note: formerly Summer Buddies
http://www.outventures.org

•Pacific Northwest Gay Rodeo Association
http://www.PacificNWGRA.org

•Pacific Rim Curling League (Vancouver)
http://www.prcl.ca

•Portland Metro Prime Timers
note: for mature gay men, bisexual men, and their friends
http://www.geocities.com/pdxprimetimers

•Prime Timers Victoria (B.C. Canada)
http://www.members.shaw.ca/primetimersvic

•Prince George Gay and Lesbian Information Services (Prince George, B.C.)
http://www.minifi.com/glis

•Puddletown Dancers (Seattle)
note: square dance club
http://www.puddletowndancers.org

•Rain City Soccer Club (Seattle)
note: three teams- women (Dirty Onas), men (Stonewall FC), co-rec (Team Out); participates in local games, regional, national and international tournaments
http://www.raincitysocder.org

•Rainbow Wranglers. A Gay & Lesbian Square Dance Club (Eugene, Oregon)
http://www.users.uswest.net/~kitterman/index2.html

•Rose City Softball Association (Portland and SW Washington)
http://www.portlandgaysoftball.com

•Rosetown Ramblers Square Dance Club. A Gay & Lesbian Organization (Portland)
http://www.rdrop.com/users/ramblers

•Seattle Frontrunners
note: club for runners
http://www.seattlefrontrunners.org

•Seattle Men in Leather
http://www.seattlemeninleather.org

•Seattle Quake Rugby
note: primarily gay men's rugby football club
http://www.quakerugby.org

•Sisters of Sin (Seattle)
note: women's leather interest
http://www.byz.org/~sos

•Ski Buddies (Seattle)
note: plans ski and winter adventure events/trips
http://www.skibuddies.org

•Squares Across the Border (Vancouver, B.C.)
note: gay and lesbian square dance club
http://www.squaresacrosstheborder.org

•Tacky Tourist Clubs of America, Seattle Chapter
http://www.ttca.org

•Team Seattle
note: GLBT umbrella organizations for various sports
http://www.teamseattle.org

•Tri-City Gay & Lesbian Social Network (Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody, B.C.)
http://www.geocities.com/WestHollywood/heights/3922/

•Triangle Recreation Camp (Seattle)
http://www.camptrc.org

•Vancouver Leather
note: dissolved 2001
http://www.vancouverleather.com

•The Venerable Friday Potluck (Seattle and area)
note: a potluck social for gay men, every two weeks; inactive
http://www.geocities.com/fridaypotluck

•West Seattle Potluck
http://www.geocities.com/westseattlepotluck

RELIGION/SPIRITUALITY
•Bellevue First United Methodist Church (Bellevue, Washington)
http://www.oz.net/~bfumc

•Christ Alive Community Church
Christ Alive Community Church (Vancouver, British Columbia)
note: performs marriages regardless of gender or sexual orientation status
http://www.christalive.ca

•Community Church of Joy (Seattle)
note: of the Apostolic Catholic Church in America; "...welcomes all people...regardless of race, gender or sexual orientation."
http://www.communitychurchofjoy.org

•Community of Welcoming Congregations (Portland)
note: "an association of religious congregations...in the Portland Metropolitan area that welcome and affirm people of all sexual orientations..."
http://welcoming congregations.org

•Corvallis United Methodist Church (Corvallis, Oregon)
http://www.corvallisfumc.org/cumchome.htm

•Dharma Buddies. (Seattle)
note: a Buddhist meditation and discussion group for gay, bisexual, and transgender men in the Seattle area
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dharma_buddies

•Dignity Seattle
note: Roman Catholic glbts
http://www.dignitypacific.org/Seattle/

•Edmonds Unitarian Universalist Church (EUUC) (Edmonds, Washington)
euuc.org/aboutus/welcoming/welcoming.htm

•Emmanuel Metropolitan Community Church Spokane
http://www.emmanuelmcc.com

•Findlay Street Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Seattle
http://www.olypen.com/rose/Findlay

•First Congregational Church of Bellingham
http://fccbucc.pair.com

•First United Methodist Church Tacoma
http:www.fumctacoma.org

•Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Questing Youth Program (Seattle Area)
note: program of the American Friends [Quakers] Service Committee, Pacific Northwest Region
http://www.afsc.org/pacific/glbtq.htm

•Grace Gospel Chapel (Seattle)
"The oldest independent, evangelical church with a special ministry to the GLBT community in the U.S."
http://www.GraceGospelWA.org

•Lamb of God Metropolitan Community Church (Anchorage)
http://www.mccanchorage.com

•Living Water Fellowship (Mill Creek, Washington)
http://www.livingwaterwa.com

•Metropolitan Community Church, Eugene (Oregon)
note: MCC of the Two Rivers
http://www.mcctworivers.com

•Metropolitan Community Church Seattle
http://www.mccseattle.org/capital.html

•Multifaith Alliance of Reconciling Congregations.
note: "...MARC is an alliance of non-official persons from a wide variety of faith communities who are working to make the gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgendered/questioning (GLBTQ) community aware that there are faith communities who are open, welcoming, reconciling and accepting of them..."
http://www.multifaith.org/MARC/MARC.html

•New Heart Metropolitan Church (Tacoma)
http://www/newheartmcc.org

•Portland Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual Program
note: program of the American Friends [Quakers] Service Committee, Pacific Northwest Region
http://www.afsc.org/pacificnw/pnplgb.htm

•Ravenna United Methodist Church (Seattle)
http://www.gbgm-umc.org/ravenna/

•Religious Coalition for Equality.
note: "Advocating for marriage equality and civil rights"
http://www.religiouscoalition-wa.org

•River of Life Metropolitan Community Church (Pasco, Washington)
http://users.owt.com/rolmcc

•St. Paul's United Church of Christ (Seattle)
http://www.stpauluccseattle.com

•Seattle First Baptist Church
http://www.seattlefirstbaptist.org

•Spirit of the Sound
note: "offers a safe and loving family, welcoming all sexual orientations...Tri-monthly...services for the glbt and straight peoples of Puget Sound"
http://www.spiritofthesound.org

•Suquamish United Church of Christ (Suquamish, British Columbia)
note: "...affirming to members of groups that continue to suffer injustice for reasons that may include sexual orientation...."
http://www.suquamishucc.org

•Tikvah Chadashah (Seattle)
note: glbt Jewish congregation; all observances, religious backgrounds, ethnicities and orientations welcome
http://www.geocities.com/tikvahchada...s_Seattle.html

•Trinity United Methodist Church (Seattle)
http://www.gbgm-umc.org/trinityumcseattle

•University Temple Methodist Church (Seattle)
note: a reconciling congregation
http://www.utemple.org

•Wallingford United Methodist Church (Seattle)
http://www.wallingfordumc.org

•Washington State - Open & Affirming Congregations.
note: listed by city
http://www.gbgm-umc.org/ravenna/draftlist.html

•Welcoming Congregations
note: provides lists by state of welcoming, gay-affirming congregations
http://www.christianlesbians.com/congregations

•Well-Spring Chapel (Marysville, Snohomish County)
note: nondenominational
http://www.well-springchapel.com

•Woodland Park United Methodist Church (Seattle)
http://www.gbgm-umc.org/wpumc
http://faculty.washington.edu/alvin/nwgorg.htm





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His recent conversion has turned Zoo into a complete pansy.

On post #60 of the Coward of the Year Award thread (I can't provide a quote link because the thread is closed) I said:

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On a related note, and this is not to take focus away from the matter at hand, but it needs to be said: many times I've seen Christians here make hateful remarks about gayness to some here who aren't Christian, or aren't the right kind of Christian. I hope this teaches all of us a lesson about not letting the opportunity to speak up pass us by when we see it happening.
It would be a good thing if we could see some (one, at least?) of those Christians who spoke up strongly against chrys' comment to LMOHM chime in here with a similar condemnation of Stripe's comment.

And the mocking reference to zoo's recent change from Christian to agnostic? Wow, that kind of Christian outreach is just guaranteed to win back a soul.



   
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September 20th, 2012, 05:17 PM

Obviously these groups didn’t get the no guru/Rusha memo stating that homosexuality is a “consensual adult thing".

•PFLAG Chapters
note: PFLAG Chapters also serve as youth, parent, and family support groups

•Lambert House (Seattle)
note: for glbt & questioning youth, ages 14-22
http://www.lamberthouse.org

•Diverse Harmony. A Gay/Straight Alliance Youth Chorus. (Seattle)
http://www.diverseharmony.org

•The Safe Schools Coalition.
http://www.safeschools-wa.org

(I ignored the long list of college sites, as the students involved are likely to be at least 18 years old and obviously had already been molested/indoctrinated way before they arrived at college).

•Odyssey Youth Group (Spokane)
note: drop-in center; Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho youth
http://www.geocities.com/odysseyyouthcenter

•Queer Youth Rights. QYR. (Seattle)
note: "...for queer youth to come together, be safe, learn from each other, and make change in Seattle for queer youth..."
http://www.queeryouthrights.org

•Rise n' Shine
note: support to children and teens whose lives are affected by HIV and AIDS
http://www.risenshine.org

•Seattle Positive Youthnote: "to unite youth ages 14-25 infected and affected by HIV" for peer support
http://www.pscs.org/~spy

YouthCo. Youth Community Outreach AIDS Society (Vancouver)
note: youth (up to age 29) issues pertaining to HIV/AIDS
http://www.youthco.org

(Contracted through blood transfusions? I doubt it).

•Camp Ten Trees (Lake Wenatchee)
note: summer camp for lgbt and questioning youth, and children of the LGBT community...youth build self-confidence and strength in diversity...
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On post #60 of the Coward of the Year Award thread (I can't provide a quote link because the thread is closed) I said:

It would be a good thing if we could see some (one, at least?) of those Christians who spoke up strongly against chrys' comment to LMOHM chime in here with a similar condemnation of Stripe's comment.

And the mocking reference to zoo's recent change from Christian to agnostic? Wow, that kind of Christian outreach is just guaranteed to win back a soul.
Evidently anna is finished trying to SMEAR the founders of Chick Fil A and has graced us with her presence here.

http://www.theologyonline.com/forums...51&postcount=4

If you're attempting to turn this thread into a gossip column anna, kindly do it elsewhere.





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It would be a good thing if we could see some (one, at least?) of those Christians who spoke up strongly against chrys' comment to LMOHM chime in here with a similar condemnation of Stripe's comment.

And the mocking reference to zoo's recent change from Christian to agnostic? Wow, that kind of Christian outreach is just guaranteed to win back a soul.
What did Stripe do?



   
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If you're attempting to turn this thread into a gossip column anna, kindly do it elsewhere.
This thread is already a gossip column. I'm asking someone (anyone) here to show a little class.



   
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This thread is already a gossip column. I'm asking someone (anyone) here to show a little class.
Sorry. Apparently, I'm a communist. So I have no class.





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