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Windy City Times 2012-07-03

Nike holds LGBT sports summit on bullying, bias

Law allows non-probate transfer of real estate

Lesbian roller-derby player talks love, sports and family

Billy Masters

CELEBRATIONS A 35th celebration for Borovina and Fisher

Chicago's 43rd Annual Pride Parade

John Loos heats things up in 'Steamwerkz'

London's Pride event cut back; Swedish skier comes out

Fulton's rose wines; Blue Bayou hosting queer dating event

LETTER Addressing bullying

VIEWPOINTS The accidental tourist

T in the Life: Jackie L. Richter

A Gay in the Life: Mia Jones

NW Indiana Rainbow Days July 14

Oreo Pride image goes viral

Elton John and John Barrowman back global rights group

Take This Waltz; Spider-Man; To Rome with Love, new on DVD


Adam Levine's pro-gay words; True Blood's makeup line; Diana King comes out

'Gaye' at BET through Aug. 19


Time After Time: The Songs of Jule Styne

Common Hatred

Steamwerkz the Musical


About Face crossing its 'T's

VIEWPOINTS Belting out 'Faggots' at Independence Hall

Lutheran Presiding Bishop addresses pro-LGBT faith group

Windy City Black Pride honors volunteers

Esteem Awards honor 18

FDA approves first over-the-counter home use HIV test kit

General Mills gets support for Marriage Equality stance

The Water Man's Daughter

Facebook's new same-sex icons; club sues to have male nude dancers

Chances Dances announces Mark Aguhar Memorial Fund

HHS releases report on LGBT issues

Summer retreat for LGBT traditional Jews July 5-8

Idina Menzel: 'Barefoot' in the park

Soccer star Megan Rapinoe comes out

Katy Perry talks film, gay boys and fighting hate with 'love bullets'

Crossroads Fund continues to back social-justice groups

Lambda statement on DoJ petition to the Supreme Court in DOMA case

LGBT Ugandans' freedom under siege

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