Chicago goth trio Pixel Grip invite you to dance on straight white capitalism’s grave.
Black and trans activists build networks of support and mutual aid at Brave Space Alliance.
How immigration court is especially challenging for LGBTQ asylum seekers
The push to make all single-stall public restrooms in Illinois gender-neutral
Bodymilk Tapes invites a crowd of queer and trans musicians to Noise Prom II, the Chicago Humanities Festival hosts a discussion of Jim DeRogatis’s new R. Kelly book, and more.
This weekend Alabama transplant KC Ortiz performs at a showcase hosted by local label Futurehood, which supports gay and trans musicians of color.
Trans bodies, fear, and feeling normal in 2018.
Fed Up Fest fights for LGBTQ rights with an anarchic DIY concert where every band drew its lineup out of a hat six weeks ago.
Dorian Electra’s video “2,000 Years of Drag: A Musical Odyssey” aims to teach compassion for trans-feminine people and an understanding of their history.
We marginalized folks didn’t start this garbage fire.
This publication is committed to telling stories that refute Trump’s bigotry, sexism, and hate—and that goes for the music section too.
A community in pain rallies for TT Saffore, a black trans woman killed in Chicago last month.
Bea Cordelia thinks the city’s liquor-license law has a gender-bias problem.
Meet a man who pays for it. Plus: more orgasm etiquette, more coinage, and more on pubic stubble
A local nonprofit hopes to open a shelter on either the south or west side of Chicago.