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.

News May 6 5:14 PM

Boss Vintage at Georgetown Trailer Park Mall Robbed

Sellers Start GoFundMe to Recover Nearly $5,000 of Missing Merchandise

Film/TV Apr 30 1:30 PM

Northwest Film Forum Laid Off Nearly Half Its Staff

The Nonprofit Is Struggling, but Not Closing

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Queer Apr 26 10:58 AM

Seattle's LGBTQ Center and Kelley-Ross Pharmacy Develop New Gender-Affirming Care Program

“It’s Really Our Hope That When Folks Come In, They Feel Cared For”

Health Apr 24 11:00 AM

The Seattle Clean Air Collective Is Making the City's Shows and Spaces COVID-Safer

Organizers Say Their Purifiers and UVC Lamps Are in High Demand

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Enviro Apr 3 12:48 PM

Warmer Autumns and Winters Could Cause Bee Colony Collapse

Cold Storage Could Be(e) the Solution

Sincerely Joking

Chastity Belt Live, Laugh, and Love 10 Years On

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Olympia Mar 27 11:00 AM

New Law Requires More Inclusive School Curricula in Washington

Lessons to Include Contributions from LGBTQ People and People of Color

Politics Mar 25 2:15 PM

Polls Show Nearly a Quarter of Washingtonians Support Secession

But the Union Isn't Screwed. Probably. 

Queer Mar 20 10:32 AM

Yes, JK Rowling, the Nazis Did Persecute Trans People

We Asked the Leading Expert on the Topic