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  BREAKING NEWS

 
New Title IX rules protects LGBTQ+ students...to a point
Schools are back in downsized Chicago Pride Parade after merging under 'welcoming schools' umbrella
Supreme Court allows Idaho ban on gender-affirming care for minors
Howard Brown reaches tentative agreement with union after 1.5 years of contentious negotiations
Fed appeals panel ruling helps trans athlete
NAIA votes to ban trans women from athletics, affecting Chicago conference
U.S. women's soccer team caught in anti-LGBTQ+ controversy
Chicago Pride Parade smaller this year amid 'safety and logistical' concerns
HRC president responds to NAIA vote to ban transgender women from playing sports

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U.S. women's soccer team caught in anti-LGBTQ+ controversy
On April 9, the U.S. Women's National Team (USWNT) narrowly defeated Canada to win the SheBelieves Cup trophy. However, there were boos on the field for the USWNT—due primarily to an LGBTQ+-related controversy involving one player: ... more
 


  

Chicago Pride Parade smaller this year amid 'safety and logistical' concerns

  

Andersonville Chamber announces Andersonville Midsommarfest entertainment lineup

  

Cook County Commissioner Kevin Morrison announces inaugural Cook County LGBTQ+ Youth Art Competition

  

Lesbian prime minister steps down

  

NATIONAL Trans woman killed, Tenn. law, S. Carolina coach, Evan Low, Idaho schools


   Local

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Queer activism through photography: Exhibit spotlights a 'revolutionary' moment in Chicago
Artists hosted a panel at Dorothy, 2500 W. Chicago Ave., on April 20 to celebrate the debut of Images on Which to Build in Chicago, a snapshot of queer history from the '70s to the '90s. The exhibition, now at Chicago ... more
 


  

Center on Halsted looks ahead to New Horizon's at annual Human First Gala

  

SAVOR 'Hot Ones,' 101 complex opening, Casati's closing, Crumbl

  

Legislation to increase HIV testing, Linkage to Care Act passes Illinois House with bipartisan vote of 106

  

SAVOR Arshiya Farheen talks about her welcoming bakery, Verzenay

  

LGBTQ+ Intergenerational Dialogue Project set to hold its second annual exhibition


   Nation & World

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New Title IX rules protects LGBTQ+ students...to a point
New Title IX guidelines finalized April 19 will protect the rights of LGBTQ+ students by federal law and further safeguards of victims of campus sexual assault, according to ABC News. But those protections don't extend to ... more
 


  

HRC continues call for Title IX rules that protect transgender student-athletes

  

WORLD Nigeria arrest, Chilean murderer, trans ban, Olivier Awards, marriage items

  

NATIONAL Ohio law blocked, Trevor Project, Rev. Troy Perry, ICE suit, Elon Musk


   Film / TV / Gossip

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The importance of becoming Ernest: Out actor Christopher Sieber dishes about
Out and proud actor Christopher Sieber is part of the team bringing Death Becomes Her to life as a stage musical in the Windy City this spring. Sieber plays Ernest Menville, who was originally portrayed by ... more
 


  

SHOWBIZ Celine Dion, 'The People's Joker,' Billy Porter, Patti LuPone, 'Strange Way'

  

SHOWBIZ Jerrod Carmichael, '9-1-1' actor, Kayne the Lovechild, STARZ shows, Cynthia Erivo

  

LGBTQ+ film fest Queer Expression to feature Alexandra Billings in 'Queen Tut'


   Theater / Dance

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The importance of becoming Ernest: Out actor Christopher Sieber dishes about
Out and proud actor Christopher Sieber is part of the team bringing Death Becomes Her to life as a stage musical in the Windy City this spring. Sieber plays Ernest Menville, who was originally portrayed by ... more
 


  

SHOWBIZ Celine Dion, 'The People's Joker,' Billy Porter, Patti LuPone, 'Strange Way'

  

THEATER Blue in the Right Way's 'Women Beware Women' offers feminist, trans take on a troubling Jacobean tragedy

  

Kokandy Productions now accepting submissions for Chicago Musical Theater Fest returning Aug. 8-11


   Music

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Cher, Dionne among Rock & Roll HoF honorees; Mariah snubbed
On April 21, The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Foundation announced its 2024 inductees, per an ABC press release. In the performer category, the inductees are Mary J. Blige, Cher, Dave Matthews Band, Foreigner, Peter ... more
 


  

SHOWBIZ Celine Dion, 'The People's Joker,' Billy Porter, Patti LuPone, 'Strange Way'

  

Kokandy Productions now accepting submissions for Chicago Musical Theater Fest returning Aug. 8-11

  

SHOWBIZ Jerrod Carmichael, '9-1-1' actor, Kayne the Lovechild, STARZ shows, Cynthia Erivo


   Books / Art

Queer-activism-through-photography-Exhibit-spotlights-a-revolutionary-moment-in-Chicago-history
 
Queer activism through photography: Exhibit spotlights a 'revolutionary' moment in Chicago
Artists hosted a panel at Dorothy, 2500 W. Chicago Ave., on April 20 to celebrate the debut of Images on Which to Build in Chicago, a snapshot of queer history from the '70s to the '90s. The exhibition, now at Chicago ... more
 


  

WORLD Nigeria arrest, Chilean murderer, trans ban, Olivier Awards, marriage items

  

Gerber/Hart Library and Archives holds third annual Spring Soiree benefit

  

LGBTQ+ Intergenerational Dialogue Project set to hold its second annual exhibition


   Trans

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NATIONAL Ohio law blocked, Trevor Project, Rev. Troy Perry, ICE suit,
In Ohio, Franklin County Court of Common Pleas Judge Michael Holbrook temporarily blocked a Republican-backed state law banning gender-affirming care (such as puberty blockers and hormones) for transgender minors from ... more
 


  

New Title IX rules protects LGBTQ+ students...to a point

  

HRC continues call for Title IX rules that protect transgender student-athletes

  

THEATER Blue in the Right Way's 'Women Beware Women' offers feminist, trans take on a troubling Jacobean tragedy


   AIDS & Health

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Howard Brown reaches tentative agreement with union after 1.5 years of
Howard Brown Health has reached a tentative agreement with its union, after a year and a half of negotiations that included two workers strikes. The Illinois Nurses Association, which represents about 360 employees at Howard Brown ... more
 


  

Legislation to increase HIV testing, Linkage to Care Act passes Illinois House with bipartisan vote of 106

  

Supreme Court allows Idaho ban on gender-affirming care for minors

  

Hunter leads resolution declaring April 2024 as Minority Health Month


   Lesbian

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Queer activism through photography: Exhibit spotlights a 'revolutionary' moment in Chicago
Artists hosted a panel at Dorothy, 2500 W. Chicago Ave., on April 20 to celebrate the debut of Images on Which to Build in Chicago, a snapshot of queer history from the '70s to the '90s. The exhibition, now at Chicago ... more
 


  

'United, Not Uniform': Lesbian Visibility Week starts April 22 nationwide

  

City Council passes Lesbian Visibility Week proclamation

  

Brittney Griner, wife expecting first baby


   Sports

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Red Stars beat Seattle Reign 2-1
For the second time this season, the Chicago Red Stars took down the Seattle Reign FC, this time 2-1 on the road on April 21. Thanks to goals from Ally Schlegel and Mallory Swanson, the Red Stars have swept the Reign ... more
 


  

Chicago Red Stars place forward Ava Cook on season-ending injury list

  

New Title IX rules protects LGBTQ+ students...to a point

  

HRC continues call for Title IX rules that protect transgender student-athletes


   Youth

New-Title-IX-rules-protects-LGBTQ-studentsto-a-point
 
New Title IX rules protects LGBTQ+ students...to a point
New Title IX guidelines finalized April 19 will protect the rights of LGBTQ+ students by federal law and further safeguards of victims of campus sexual assault, according to ABC News. But those protections don't extend to ... more
 


  

HRC continues call for Title IX rules that protect transgender student-athletes

  

LGBTQ+ Intergenerational Dialogue Project set to hold its second annual exhibition

  

Schools are back in downsized Chicago Pride Parade after merging under 'welcoming schools' umbrella
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