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The Gay City Wellness Center, Administrative Offices, and LGBT Library will all be closed on Monday 5/30. If you are in crisis during this time, or any other time we're closed, please call the 24-Hour Crisis Line at 206-461-3222.

Call for Applications: Gay City Arts Season 4: Uncontained

Applications due by 5PM on June 1, 2016

Every day we face boundaries. We’re told we don’t belong because of the way we look, the way we act, or the way we sound. We’re told who we’re allowed to love and who we’re allowed to be. But we’re so much more than the constraints society smothers us with. We’re big, we’re bold, and we’re free. We’re UNCONTAINED.

Show us through your artistic expression how you surpass the limits placed on you–how you smash the barriers you face to ultimately become the worthy, wild and wondrous person you really are.

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Mosaic Project: Trans & Genderqueer Show

Jun 2-5 / 7pm
Free
Calamus Auditorium at Gay City

The Mosaic project Trans and Genderqueer show will be a multi-genre performance that, among other things, includes comedy, movement, spoken word, music, film and more. Performers include The Lady B, Ebo Barton, Smitty Buckler, L Henderson, Ms. Ryannah Dolls, Olivia Morrow, Lucy Marie Powers, and Jade Dynasty. This show will dazzle, stir, charm and instigate. Don't miss it!

Part of the Trans Arts Month event series.

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Trans Arts Month

May 5 - June 5

Gay City, Gender Justice League, and Three Dollar Bill Cinema are proud to present Trans Arts Month. Activities and events include performing arts, visual art, film, and more in a month long series of events celebrating the beauty and diversity of work by trans artists.

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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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