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IN THE LIFE~ is a national television series in a newsmagazine format that reports on gay and lesbian issues and culture.

LAMBDA LEGAL DEFENSE AND EDUCATION FUND~ Washington state's page on the Lambda site deals with our anti-discrimination, domestic partnership and marriage laws, etc. A valuable resource for what's happening!

Legal Marriage Alliance of WA (LMA)~ 206-322-2436
Working for legal marriage rights for same sex couples

PlaNetOut~ Gay & Lesbian Internet web site covering national news, entertainment, travel, political commentary and more.

The Human Rights Campaign~ the largest national lesbian and gay political organization, envisions an America where lesbian and gay people are ensured of their basic equal rights -- and can be open, honest and safe at home, at work and in the community. HRC has more than 360,000 members, both gay and non-gay -- all committed to making this vision a reality.

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Seattle Organizations

Associated Lesbians of Puget Sound (ALPS)~ is open to all women who identify as lesbians regardless of race, size, age, sex of origin, marital status, income, profession, or nationality.

Greater Seattle Business Association~ 206-363-9188 GSBA is an association which includes business owners, professionals, working people and retirees who have joined together for the purpose of networking.

KING COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DEPT'S GLBT HEALTH PAGES~ These web pages are designed to discuss the particular health concerns of the GLBT community and to provide tools to health care providers to ensure that health care environments are welcoming.

Lambert House~ is an activities and resource center in Seattle committed to empowering sexual minority youth (ages 14 - 22) through the development of personal, social, and life skills.

Lesbian Resource Center~ They are a community-based organization committed to advancing the status of lesbians by combating oppression and by promoting empowerment, visibility, and social change.