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Pride Month Capitol Hill Art Walk

Pride Month Capitol Hill Art Walk: Visual Art and Poetry Reading by CAConrad and more! Thursday, June 11, 2015 at 6 PM – 9 PM Ingersoll Gender Center 517 E Pike St, Seattle, Washington 98122 In celebration of 2015 Pride month, Gay City Health Project and Ingersoll Gender Center are hosting a special multi-media event […]

Friday, February 13, 2015 at 8 PM Seattle Area Support Groups (SASG) 115 15th Ave E, Ste 201, Seattle, Washington 98112   Join Sister Glo in the comfort of the SASG living room for the next Friday night film! This time, we’ll venture back to the Kit-Kat Club and watch Cabaret, the 1972 Bob Fosse […]

Christmas Tree Lot with The Sisters

Saturday, December 6, 2014 at 9 AM – 9 PM Seattle Area Support Groups (SASG) 115 15th Ave E, Ste 201, Seattle, Washington 98112   The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence will be on hand to spread some holiday joy and help you find that perfect tree to take home and decorate! All proceeds benefit Seattle […]

“The Clap” – It isn’t about applause

By Sister Ophelia Onassis   I was talking to a dear friend the other day about my work as a Sister and our efforts to educate our community about safer sex. In a moment of insight, he noted that much is said today about HIV and AIDS prevention, but wondered about prevention information for all […]

Got the Munchies…?

 An oral report by Sister Anja Knees   Hello love! I’m Sister Anja Knees, and I’m here to talk about oral sex! Now, I’m not going to reveal any amazing secrets of bj’s and munch fests. See me later for extra credit. I am, however, going to talk about the do’s and shouldn’t’s when it […]

Pass the butter, Sister Paddleme’ has CRABS!

By Sister Paddleme’ Tooshie When I was a small nun I had frequent talks of sex and venereal diseases (that is what we called them at the time) with my mother and my grandmother. This is probably what warped me. One of my favorite talks was over a delightful lunch. I think I was a […]

AIDS 101

Keep yourself education, keep yourself safe Courtesy of Sister Eva Destruction Recently the news has been all abuzz with the advances in HIV research.  I was going to direct this sermon towards that topic, but when I started perusing the internets, discussion threads and such that were dedicated to all these current events, I noticed […]


Sister Paddleme’ Tooshie answers the HARD questions. S.Seaman asked – (Great name by the way.  I think I chose to answer this question based on your name.)   “I’m here in Seattle, and I’m just finishing up a Bachelor’s degree in psychology. A lot of grad schools require me to have volunteer or work experience […]

What was in that salad?

by Sister Bertha Christ Dear sisters, I’m a 19 year old gay boy from podunk, BFE. I just found out that I have Hepatitis A. I got it from a one night stand who I went home with while I was drunk. The problem is, I have a boyfriend. I don’t want to pass it […]

Afraid to ask, but…

With Sister Isabella Ringing Why do some men who are long time HIV survivors have sunken in cheeks while others who have had HIV for just as long do not? Signed, “Curious but afraid to ask”   Dear Curious, Thanks for your question.  First of all, let’s put a clinical name on those sunken cheeks. […]