Gender Justice League never disappoints. Returning for its 10th anniversary, Trans Pride Seattle will focus on trans and gender-diverse visibility with another evening of solidarity at Volunteer Park. One important distinction this year: There won't be a neighborhood march. Organizers explained that "after making the difficult decision to not hold a march for TPS ’22, we were reminded of the benefits in not having any police presence at TPS (as is required by city law to hold a march) or navigat[ing] the red tape of securing the necessary permits (which has...been challenging for our small organizing committee)." Fair enough! Trans and gender-diverse folks and allies should still show up for grassroots, radical community-building. (The after-party's usually bomb, too.)
by Lindsay Costello
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