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Eugenia Fawcett
Fawcett came out in the 1940s in Chicago as a student at the University of Chicago. She was with her partner Mary from 1955 until Mary's death.
Mel Ferrand
Ferrand is a long-time activist on feminist, union, sports and political issues.
Patrick K. Finnessy & Iakovos Mesaritis
Finnessy and Mesaritis are a Chicago couple. Finnessy is active on academic issues.
Patrick K. Finnessy
Patrick Finnessy, Ph.D. is the Director of the Office of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Concerns at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Jim Flint
Jim Flint is founder and owner of the world-famous Baton Show Lounge in Chicago—where female impersonators have been onstage for more than 40 years.
Kathy Forde
Kathy Forde and her partner Yvonne Zipter are supportive of various LGBT causes. Forde is an academic advisor at the U. of C., and mentors GLBT youth.
Susan Franz
Franz is a certified financial planner professional with 20-plus years experience. Over one quarter of her clientele is LGBT.
Hannah Frisch
Frisch was active in University of Chicago Gay Liberation in the early '70s. She also attended meetings of Chicago Lesbian Liberation.
Tim Frye
Frye has had long-time involvement in PRIDEChicago from the early 1970s through the present day.

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