Denny Blaine Park, an iconic nudist and queer-friendly space in Seattle, Washington, is facing a significant change. The City of Seattle is planning to add a children’s play area to this popular park, renowned for its clothing-optional beach and as a queer community hub.1 The proposed play area, intended to fill a gap in local amenities, is slated to be built on the park’s northwest edge, an area with public access to Lake Washington. Amidst these developments, a petition was launched to halt the construction of the play area, rapidly gaining hundreds of supporters within the first 24 hours of its creation. 🪐
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