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Setting aside contracts for gay-owned businesses to be studied: Chicago City Council
The City Council signed off on a study of the idea proposed by Chicago’s first openly-gay mayor.
January 15, 2020
South Side Chicago Organization Puts Family Touch on HIV Treatment and PrEP Adherence Support
With a “for us, by us” approach, Brothers Health Collective in Chicago reaches a community often missed by larger organizations.
January 11, 2020

Same-sex marriage became legal 6 years ago in Illinois. Since then, nearly 15,000 gay couples have wed in Cook County.

Nearly 15,000 same-sex couples have tied the knot in Cook County, a milestone that advocates and elected officials celebrated Tuesday to mark the six-year anniversary of marriage equality in Illinois....
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November 21, 2019

Kenneth Young Center to open LGBTQ+ youth resource center in Schaumburg
A LGBTQ+ youth resource center officially opens in Schaumburg this week, in what is seen as the first bricks-and-mortar locale in the Northwest suburbs solely dedicated to serving that population on a daily basis.
October 07, 2019
Black Alphabet’s 7th Annual Film Festival Honors Transgender Awareness Week
Black Alphabet Film Festival returns for its 7th year, showcasing films that highlight and explore the Black Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer [LGBTQ) and Same Gender Loving [SGL) experience.
September 22, 2019
Wrightwood 659 In Chicago Exhibits Queer Art Curated By Jonathan David Katz
The show features nearly 500 works in mediums ranging from video art to collage to photography.
May 28, 2019
A Chicago Space for LGBTQ Jews Becomes a ‘Queer Yeshiva for Everybody’
In order to become a rabbi, Benay Lappe had to go back in the closet. It would be nearly a decade after she was ordained in 1997...
April 25, 2019
I Thought I Could Serve as an Openly Gay Man in the Army. Then Came the Death Threats.
A former soldier recounts the harassment he endured for being open about his sexuality, even after “don’t ask; don’t tell” was repealed.
April 10, 2019
Election Day Chicago 2019 results: Lori Lightfoot wins mayoral race
Chicago just elected a black, openly LGBT woman as mayor.
April 03, 2019
Bolingbrook Pride Picnic and Puppies in 2019
Bolingbrook Pride is returning to the Chicago suburbs on June 9th, from noon to 6 pm. What began as a first-time community event last summer is currently in the planning and fundraising stages for an even better experience this year!
March 19, 2019
Pete Buttigieg, the young and openly gay Midwest mayor, finds a voice in crowded Democratic presidential field
The Navy veteran with a hard-to-pronounce name, from a city small enough to fit every resident in a college football stadium, seems to be winning the argument at the moment. Weeks after declaring his interest in challenging President Donald Trump, he has become, if not exactly well-known, a subject of interest for many Democratic voters, buoyed by a breakout performance at a CNN town hall on March...
March 18, 2019
'Tear You Apart' at Rivendell Theatre is about millennial roommates, slowly breaking up
Despite its misleading, click-baity title, “I Wanna (expletive) Tear You Apart,” now at the Rivendell Theatre Ensemble, is actually a variously sweet and (mildly) bitter play about roomie friendship and the intense, difficult-to-define relationships that (depending on how they turn out) can either merely suck up a lot of our 20s or sustain us for the rest of our lives.
March 04, 2019

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