A double-digit entrance fee at a Rogers Park pride festival violated city rules—and left many in the queer community feeling exploited and excluded.
Do uniformed police belong at Pride parades?
Middle schooler Molly Pinta and her mother, Carolyn, have organized the northwest suburb’s first pride parade and festival.
Is this pricey debacle what our queer ancestors had in mind 50 years ago?
The way out of the closet began with a strike against American fascism.
A Harry Potter debate and a hard-hitting drama are among this week’s best bets.
Two idiosyncratic coming-of-age movies premiere at this year’s festival.
Dan on public displays of kink and anal-sex reciprocity
Hyde Park was a bastion of the Stonewall-era gay-rights movement in Chicago.
Dan Savage on traveling to Paris to meet one’s Internet romance, his support for Obama despite the latter’s lack of support for gay rights and gay marriage, the behavior of “squirters,” and the infamous Fort Worth police raid on the Rainbow Lounge–on the 40th anniversary of Stonewall, no less.
Pride Parade photos, Alexandra Billings’s new movie, and why Stonewall matters.
A leader of the off-off-Broadway and gay theater movements arrives for the midwest premiere of one of his plays.