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Director Sabine Bernardi on "Romeos"

By Ethan L. McMahon | Tuesday Oct 11, 2011
Female-to-Male transgendered people have not been a widely discussed topic, historically focus has been on the Male-to-Female, but recently there has been a shift in attention.

"Bellflower" Rises From Ashes Of Failed Romance For Evan Glodell

By Sara Michelle Fetters | Thursday Sep 8, 2011
Made on a shoestring, the independently produced drama Bellflower tells the story of a Mad Max-obsessed adult adolescent named Woodrow (Evan Glodell) who finds himself in an intense relationship with the woman of his dreams, Milly (Jessie Wis

An Overwhelmed Casey Abrams

By MK Scott | Monday Aug 8, 2011
A chat with "Idol" alum, quirky, multi-talented Casey Abrams.

"Idol" Alum Stefano Langone Has A Message For His Gay Fans

By MK Scott | Monday Jul 25, 2011
"Idol" alum Stefano Langone discusses the "American Idol" tour and gives a special message to his GLBT fans.

Nina Here Nor There

By Lincoln Rose | Friday Jul 8, 2011
Some books feel universal. They reach across time and space, imparting feelings and lessons that impact people deeply. Nina Here Nor There is not this sort of work, and that’s okay.

Seattle Men’s Chorus Closes Season with ’FUN’

By MK Scott | Wednesday Jul 6, 2011
What do you get when you combine the Seattle Men’s Chorus’ 60’s, 70’, 80’s Tribute concerts with the crispness of the 2002’s ABBA Tribute concert? You get Top Notch Entertainment with lots of Nostalgic FUN on the Friday Night of Pride Weekend!

Judy Rickard On "Torn Apart, United by Love, Divided by Law!"

By MK Scott | Monday Jun 27, 2011
With all the talk about gay Marriage and Immigration I was thrilled to meet and chat with Judy Rickard the 60 yr who has experienced decreased time with her partner, Karin , who is a citizen of the UK.

Catching Up With "Queer Eye"s Thom Filicia

By MK Scott | Tuesday Jun 21, 2011
Interior designer and reality TV star Thom Filicia was in Seattle from May 19 to 21st for the DIFFA Glam show at Masons (May 19) and a Cocktail Party sponsored by Dot 429 was at the W Hotel (May 20th).

Terry Miller Says "It Gets Better"

By Adrian Ryan | Thursday Jun 16, 2011
Terry Miller is one of the most influential gay men in America-whether you recognize his name or not.

What a Sissy.... Revealing Moments with Francois Sagat

By Adrian Ryan | Monday Jun 13, 2011
Francois Sagat has been one of the adult male industry’s biggest stars for nearly decade. Now he’s taking roles in indie & mainstream films. Here he talks about his latest "Men in Bath."

Fourth Annual Forbidden Fashion Show: Full Speed Ahead

By MK Scott | Thursday Jun 9, 2011
The 4th Annual Forbidden Fashion Show kicked off this year with a James Bond themed event titled "Live Another Night" on Saturday, May 21 at the Seattle Art Museum.

Joan Wasser - Your Favorite Musician You’ve Never Heard of (Yet)

By Adrian Ryan | Wednesday May 18, 2011
Joan as Police Woman, Joan and Scissor Sisters, Joan and Jeff Buckley, Joan and Anthony and the Johnsons ... this may be the most famous pop artist you’ve never heard of. Until now.

Vicci Martinez: Lesbian Singer a Hit on ’The Voice’

By Sarah Toce | Monday May 16, 2011
Tacoma, Wash., resident Vicci Martinez turned down a chance to appear on ’American Idol’ because she didn’t want to have get all dolled up. Appearing as herself hasn’t hurt her chances on NBC’s hit show ’The Voice.’

’Heartbeat’ by Whitney Mongé

By Kate Morgan West | Monday May 16, 2011
Whitney Mongé’s acoustic guitar confessional heartfelt lyrics and evocative voice put her in the company of brilliant such artists, from Joni Mitchell through Tracey Chapman and Suzanne Vega.

Hal Sparks: From ’Queer as Folk’ to Stand-Up & Rock

By Ryan Burr | Sunday May 15, 2011
Hal Sparks has moved on from his central role in ’Queer As Folk.’ At a recent show in Seattle, he put on his new hats of stand-up comedy and rock musician quite well.

New York Cabaret Performer Anne Steele

By Sarah Toce | Thursday May 5, 2011
Celebrated New York City cabaret performer Anne Steele has made her mark on the Big Apple and now she intends to do the same on hearts all across the rest of the country.

Kelli Carpenter Finds Love on Both Land and Sea

By Sarah Toce | Monday Apr 25, 2011
Kelli Carpenter has found her niche. With four kids, a new relationship and an ever-expanding itinerary full of R Family Vacations, Carpenter is right where she is meant to be.

Kate Christie Brings Lesbian Love to Romance Genre

By Kate Morgan West | Sunday Apr 24, 2011
Recently, I discovered a local gem. Her name is Kate Christie and she’s a Seattle lesbian fiction writer with two novels under her belt. A third is set to be released later this year.

SUPER’s James Gunn and Rainn Wilson!

By Sara Michelle Fetters | Saturday Apr 23, 2011
During Emerald City Comicon at the end of March, writer and director James Gunn (Slither) and Seattle’s own Rainn Wilson of "The Office" fame were in town to talk about their real life superhero satire Super.

Twisting arms to get marriage equality passed in Washington State!

By Ryan Burr | Friday Apr 22, 2011
Companion bills affording full marriage rights to same-sex couples were introduced this year in the Washington state House and Senate, but neither were voted on in committee, let alone the full floor of either legislative body.

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