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Travel Lane County Eugene strives to be a safe place to celebrate queer culture and visibility. Eugene became a popular destination for progressive thought and counterculture in the s and has continued to be an example of inclusion and innovation to this day.
Today, the city is home to year-round festivals, events and ongoing activism that make for a vibrant and varied place to live and play. Eugene is uniquely enriched by the University of Oregonwhich at 20, students makes a ificant contribution to the city. Inthe UO was named one of the Top 20 Campuses in the country for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students according to "The Advocate. Inthe City of Eugene enacted a measure to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation in housing, employment and public access.
While the measure was subsequently overturned, it was just the beginning of the community's efforts to ensure equal rights and protection for all. InOregon Governor Neil Goldschmidt issued an executive order banning discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation within state employment. The order was revoked by Ballot Measure 8, which in turn was ruled unconstitutional in Starting inthe domestic partner registry was made available in Eugene, while statewide, public employers were required to offer equal benefits for same-sex domestic partners. Inas equality in marriage was ushered in, the State of Oregon banned conversion therapy targeting youth under the age of 18 years.
Today, the City of Eugene continues to include protection of sexual orientation in areas of employment, housing and public accommodation. Cookies are used for measurement, and optimization. It also exists for families, friends, allies and guests from anywhere in the Northwest. Soromundi, which means "sisters of the world," come together in song to celebrate themselves and the community as a visible expression of lesbian pride.
This non-auditioned community chorus is open to all women regardless of sexual orientation. They have performed at many community events, produced three albums and have toured across the Pacific Northwest. All performances are wheelchair accessible and language interpreted.
Out On The Town Meet our community at these lively venues. Cowfish Dance Club - an alternative venue featuring an eclectic mix of live music, DJs and great drinks.
Spectrum - formerly The Wayward Lamb, this space is not just a gay bar. The offerings here are diverse and always fun. The Barn Light - a casual gathering place in the heart of downtown Eugene with a reputation for being inclusive. Doc's Pad - a sports bar and taphouse in downtown Eugene.
Blairally Vintage Arcade - a classic barcade and bowling alley with themed nights. Family Fun. Full Event Calendar. Community History Inthe City of Eugene enacted a measure to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation in housing, employment and public access. Visitor Guide Request. E-newsletter Up. Visitor Information Centers.
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