Gay City: Seattle's LGBTQ Center promotes wellness in LGBTQ communities by providing health services, connecting people to resources, fostering arts, and building community. Gay City is the leading provider of HIV and STI testing in King County.


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Gay City: Seattle's LGBTQ Center

Welcome to Gay City, an organization where our staff and volunteers, our programs and services, and our drive and spirit reflect the resilience and power of Seattle’s many LGBTQ communities. Gay City's Wellness Center, our LGBTQ Resource & Referral Program, our Gay City Volunteer Crew, and Gay City Arts all provide multiple ways for our community to gather, connect, find voice and serve. Gay City is an organization that listens and responds, and that continues to evolve. We are a destination for the LGBTQ community to grow and thrive. Gay City is Seattle’s LGBTQ Center.

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Gay City Arts presents Adept: A Sick & Disabled LGBTQ Show

Jan 19-21
General Admission $15-$20 / Students & Seniors $12

Adept will feature poetry, storytelling, dance, comedy, music, and JOY from sick and disabled LGBTQ people. “The cruelty of ableism: it robs us from each other.” (Disability Justice advocate and writer, Mia Mingus) This show intends to interrupt that separation by bringing community together to celebrate sick and disabled voices. The joy of community is that it returns us to one another. The show will be ASL and Deaf/Blind interpreted, and also have live subtitling.

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Gay City Arts presents Sweet T

Feb 9-12 & 16-19
General Admission $15-$20 / Students & Seniors $12

Sweet T: The Physical Album, created by Dani Tirrell and Jhon Stronks is a discovery, a ceremony in how we live and protest in/with our queer bodies. Through dance, song and spoken text Dani and Jhon will explore Race, Gender and Queer Performance Practice/Protest.

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End AIDS Washington

With new advancements in HIV detection, prevention, and treatment, we’ve reached an important new moment in the fight against HIV. Getting insured, getting tested, getting PrEP, and getting treatment are great ways to help stop the spread of HIV. Together, we can end the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Washington.

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