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  BREAKING NEWS

 
Florida's 'Don't Say Gay' law takes effect
ACLU files case against Indiana's anti-trans law
Ketanji Brown Jackson becomes first Black woman on U.S. Supreme Court
Wisconsin governor challenges abortion ban
ELECTIONS LGBTQ+ primary candidates experience varied results
Russian trial for Brittney Griner to begin July 1
'All of this is historic' : Chicago Pride Parade returns after two-year hiatus
Mass shooting takes place at Norwegian gay club
Supreme Court justice says marriage-equality ruling should be reconsidered

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ELECTIONS Guide to the LGBTQ+s
This year's primary elections—taking place Tuesday, June 28, although people can vote now—will feature many openly LGBTQ+ candidates throughout Illinois. (However, one notable name will be missing as longtime state ... more
 


  

WORLD Japanese ruling, Pride events, Colombia election, Boris Johnson

  

Controversial pastor Rev. James Meeks announces retirement

  

Photos of Chicago's Daniel Sotomayor included in new Smithsonian exhibit

  

Asians & Friends Chicago hosts former Miss Philippines at pre-Pride Parade event

  

'All of this is historic' : Chicago Pride Parade returns after two-year hiatus


   Local

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Attorneys discuss anti-LGBTQ+ legislation, other legal threats
On June 29 at a Citywide Pride event, Elizabeth Myers and Jennifer Ecklund—partners in the Dallas office of law firm Thompson Coburn—shared insight about the unprecedented amount of anti-LGBTQ+ legislation passed this year and how it relates ... more
 


  

New MAP analysis: How states rank on voting & democracy compared to LGBTQ equality

  

Chicago LGBTQ+ leaders, activists reflect on Pride Month at event state Sen. Simmons hosts

  

VIEWS How same-sex couples can ensure parenting rights if Supreme Court reverses Obergefell

  

LPAC endorses Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot for re-election

  

The group Stud 4 Life celebrates Pride


   Nation & World

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Sen. Baldwin, colleagues applaud confirmation of Global AIDS Coordinator, push for
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen.Tammy Baldwin joined her colleagues in congratulating John Nkengasong on his recent confirmation as U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator. The lawmakers also urged Ambassador Nkengasong to ensure ... more
 


  

U.S. men's soccer team qualifies for 2024 Olympics

  

Rapinoe, Biles among Medal of Freedom honorees

  

Florida's 'Don't Say Gay' law takes effect


   Film / TV / Gossip

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Hulu's 'Love, Victor' draws to a proud conclusion with season three
Love is in the air for Pride Monthas the television show Love, Victor concludes with its third season. The gay rom-com Love, Simon came out in 2018 and inspired the Love, Victor Hulu series two years ... more
 


  

Billy Masters

  

SHOWBIZ Elliot Page, NPH, Madonna, Chita Rivera, Jennifer Lopez

  

'General Hospital,' Kelly Clarkson among Daytime Emmy winners


   Theater / Dance

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THEATER Theo Ubique hosting production about Elizabeth Taylor
Evanston's Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre, 721 Howard St., will run Call Me Elizabeth—an acclaimed one-woman show about the early life of Elizabeth Taylor—on Aug. 20 (at 7:30 p.m.) and 21 (at 2:30 p.m.) only. The production ... more
 


  

Production based on Larry Kramer speech at Center on July 22-31

  

SHOWBIZ Elliot Page, NPH, Madonna, Chita Rivera, Jennifer Lopez

  

Out at CHM: Panelists discuss HIV/AIDS' continued impact on dance community


   Music

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Ricky Martin at center of $3M lawsuit
Superstar singer/actor Ricky Martin has been sued by his former talent manager, Rebecca Drucker, Deadline reported. Drucker was Martin's manager during 2014-18 and 2020-22. The complaint, filed June 29 in Los Angeles Superior Court, seeks in ... more
 


  

R. Kelly sentenced to 30 years

  

MUSIC Taylor Bennett announces free July 22 show at Lincoln Hall

  

MUSIC 'All Day I Dream' festival Aug. 6 in Chicago


   Books / Art

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How Coming Out in the 1970s Helped Me Make Brave, Life-changing
As a child growing up in Wyoming in the 1960's, I did not know any actual person who was gay. I knew exactly one fact about gay people, a fact universally accepted but never talked about: Gay people were strange. Even ... more
 


  

Photos of Chicago's Daniel Sotomayor included in new Smithsonian exhibit

  

Northwestern University Libraries and Center for Applied Transgender Studies launch trans studies journal

  

Five Worth Finding: WNDR Museum, Prince, queer books, flowers


   Trans

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Attorneys discuss anti-LGBTQ+ legislation, other legal threats
On June 29 at a Citywide Pride event, Elizabeth Myers and Jennifer Ecklund—partners in the Dallas office of law firm Thompson Coburn—shared insight about the unprecedented amount of anti-LGBTQ+ legislation passed this year and how it relates ... more
 


  

ACLU files case against Indiana's anti-trans law

  

Survey: Americans hold complex views on gender identity and trans+ Issues

  

North Carolina to issue accurate birth certificates for transgender people without requiring surgery


   AIDS & Health

Sen-Baldwin-colleagues-applaud-confirmation-of-Global-AIDS-Coordinator-push-for-global-LGBTQI-rights
 
Sen. Baldwin, colleagues applaud confirmation of Global AIDS Coordinator, push for
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen.Tammy Baldwin joined her colleagues in congratulating John Nkengasong on his recent confirmation as U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator. The lawmakers also urged Ambassador Nkengasong to ensure ... more
 


  

Wisconsin governor challenges abortion ban

  

GLAAD responds to HHS announcement to combat monkeypox virus outbreak

  

Out at CHM: Panelists discuss HIV/AIDS' continued impact on dance community


   Lesbian

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Rapinoe, Biles among Medal of Freedom honorees
Out lesbian soccer player Megan Rapinoe and famed gymnast Simone Biles are among 17 people who will receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Joe Biden, media outlets noted. Some of the other honorees include ... more
 


  

The group Stud 4 Life celebrates Pride

  

LPAC endorses Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot for re-election

  

HRC on how the end of Roe v. Wade impacts the LGBTQ+ community


   Sports

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ACLU files case against Indiana's anti-trans law
On July 1, a law banning transgender girls from playing on girls' sports teams in schools went into effect. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has asked for an injunction on the law, WTHR reported. On ... more
 


  

U.S. men's soccer team qualifies for 2024 Olympics

  

White Sox celebrate Pride Night

  

UCLA, USC to join Northwestern, Michigan in Big 10


   Youth

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Florida's 'Don't Say Gay' law takes effect
Florida's Parental Rights in Education law—which some have nicknamed the "Don't Say Gay" law—went into effect July 1, and some of the state's public school districts have begun rolling out new policies to limit LGBTQ issues ... more
 


  

Hulu's 'Love, Victor' draws to a proud conclusion with season three

  

NATIONAL Biden's proposal, VP Harris, Elizabeth Taylor, outbreak, candidates

  

Biden's historic executive order strengthens protections for the 2M LGBT youth in U.S.
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