Vivian McCall

Vivian McCall

Vivian McCall is a staff writer for The Stranger covering queer culture and politics in Seattle and beyond. In her private life, she is a musician and Wii U apologist. If you’re reading this, you either love her or hate her.

Recent Articles

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Queer Feb 9 2:15 PM

How Changes, Seattle’s Longest-Running Gay Bar, Found Success off Capitol Hill

Floyd McIssac Opened the Wallingford Bar 35 Years Ago to Offer Something Different to Seattle's Queer Community

Queer Feb 1 6:11 PM

Liquor and Cannabis Board Pauses Enforcement of Lewd Conduct Regulations

Change Comes After Fierce Community Reponse

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News Jan 31 5:51 PM

Seattle’s Queer Community Demands Swift Change After Raids of Gay Bars

Advocates Call on Liquor Control Board to Scrub Old Lewd Conduct Regulations, Disband from JET

News Jan 30 11:52 AM

What Would Washington’s Parents Rights Initiative Do?

Nothing, or Nothing Good, Experts Say

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Music Jan 19 2:17 PM

Here Comes Swamp Wife

The Post-Punk Band Who Are Wearing Their Hearts on Their Sleeves and Moving at Super Sonic Speeds

News Jan 12 9:22 AM

Research Shows That Stealthing Is a Problem

“We Must Close the Loophole on Assault,” Victim Testifies in Olympia