What Belongs to You is a radical portrayal of queer life in the eastern-European country.
As demonstrated by the “Black Out Pride” protesters at Chicago’s Pride Parade, issues of race, class, legal status, and gender identity are at the forefront of gay rights activists’ minds.
A local nonprofit hopes to open a shelter on either the south or west side of Chicago.
TransTech Social Enterprises CEO Angelica Ross says: “We’re here to empower.”
The inaugural fest for queer punks, trans punks, and punks of color was a hit.
The inaugural edition of this queer- and trans-punk fest kicks off Friday at the Co-Prosperity Sphere in Bridgeport.
Rogers Park’s leopard-print house has been the talk of the neighborhood for more than a decade.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Sunday April 6
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, May 22
Pariahs amid the rainbow: young, queer, and homeless in Boystown
Critical Fierceness Grant
Alexia Elejalde-Ruiz’s cover story in RedEye yesterday about transgender youth in Lakeview is well worth a read, as is her reporting from Boystown.
Gay and lesbian square dance club the Chi-Town Squares offers three free square dance classes this month at 7:30 PM on three consecutive Tuesdays: 9/15, 9/22, and 9/29. The classes, appropriate for both experienced dancers and newcomers, will be held in Ebenezer Baptist Church (1650 W. Foster). After the 29th, the weekly classes cost $8 […]