Writers Heather Corinna and Kimberly Dark got together to discuss recent writing, menopause, body image, and more this summer while west coast resident Kimberly was in Chicago visiting her son and his family. The pandemic made it difficult for them to host a public event, so they decided to share their conversation with Reader readers. […]
Do uniformed police belong at Pride parades?
Upcoming events and distractions from our listings coordinator
This week’s featured gig poster was created by local artist and musician Ethan D’Ercole.
A mother’s teenager comes out as trans, and all she can say is, “What about me?”
But in dreams begin responsibilities.
“We live in a world that for the most part still doesn’t acknowledge that trans people exist.”
Advice for the would-be sex-positive
Dan Savage advises a straight guy encountering a “mental block” after learning the woman he’s been seeing is transgender, and more.
“The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical” and the unhinged Albee classic are among this week’s best bets.
A “queer as f**k riot grrrl musical” and Chicago Dance Crash’s latest story-length hip-hop showcase are among this week’s best bets.
He’s starting with the “man in the mirror,” but will the DOJ report help him change his ways?
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.
A federal appeals court revisits the suit of an Indiana teacher who says she was fired for being gay.