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The Seattle Gay News is a weekly newspaper aimed at the Seattle, and Puget Sound area LGBT community. It is said to be the third-oldest regularly published gay publication in the United States.

Tom Flint, Associate Editor of the Seattle Gay News from 1987-1997, SGN files are preserved in the Washington State History Museum in Tacoma, Washington. In 1998, Flint was ordained as a Theravada Buddhist monk, under the name Santidhammo Bhikkhu.

Circulation Edit

13,500 Weekly (54,000 - 60,000 monthly), 800 Subscribers (3,200 monthly), 14,000 Weekly internet readers (56,000 monthly), With a readership of 32,500 Weekly, (130,000monthly)[1]

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