The theater company presented readings of four new one-acts by trans playwrights.
A husband whose wife won’t even kiss him wants to know what gives, and more.
The push to make all single-stall public restrooms in Illinois gender-neutral
Chicago organizations that offer help, advice, and solidarity
Centering the voices and experiences of Black lesbians in Chicago
The lessons in these dozen films build on one another as the week goes on.
Let’s pit reefer vs. gambling to see which is worse.
Nineties concert series Homocore Chicago gave today’s queer punks a running start at the dramatically different hurdles they face.
The evidence against the Chicago superstar was damning, but for almost 20 years, no one was listening. At a Chicago Humanities Festival event, DeRogatis and #MuteRKelly cofounders discuss the systemic apathy that allowed the Kelly to walk free for years.
Diane Alexander White was a photography student with a camera at the seventh annual Gay Pride Parade in 1976. It was the disco era, and the fashions of the day were captured by the 21-year-old Chicago native. The goal was to document the spirit of Chicago’s urban landscape and photograph candid moments of a vibrant […]
Have we reached the promised land he died fighting for?
A song-and-dance man learns to smile through his pain.
He’s become a master at the kind of storytelling he pioneered 28 years ago in I’m 27, I Still Live at Home, and I Sell Office Supplies.
The evening includes five short plays written by Chicagoans.