Seattle Gay News The third oldest gay and lesbian newspaper publication in the U. Home to the Dina Martina Christmas Show see below. Seattle welcomes everyone in a city that is safe and friendly to all. Loading comments… Trouble loading? Thanks to this gesture, LGBT people in Seattle now know they can enter that business if attacked and that owners will not hold any LGBT bias, allow them to call and use their business as a safe place to hide until emergency responders can arrive. As Knittel grew concerned about reports of violent assaults after the fire at Neighbors, he decided to launch a shuttle service to help people get home safely after a night out.
Thankfully, no one was hurt.
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In fallopenly gay police officer Jim Ritter, the LGBT liaison for Seattle police department, began receiving phone calls asking the same question: But for some, the culprits are easily identifiable: The program trains business owners on how to respond to bias incidents — specifically LGBT ones — if and when they happen around their business. Sandberg, who has faced homelessness and has once been attacked by a couple who used a skateboard as a weapon, is part of a growing group of LGBT people in Seattle who believe these new efforts only protect well-off Capitol Hill residents. Loading comments… Trouble loading?
It already includes 1, businesses displaying rainbow shields on front doors, including every Starbucks in the city. Thankfully, no one was hurt. Order by newest oldest recommendations. As the stairwell fire started, alcohol-infused club goers continued partying as the music played on. Victims had compelling reasons for not doing so. This past weekend, three people were attacked and reported the LGBT bias incident at a business with the rainbow shield stating Safe Place stuck on the front window.