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Windy City Times 2018-11-21

Activists protest pastor's removal of gay teen over his clothing choices

Billy Masters

Alyson Stoner, actress/singer/dancer talks Ms. Jackson, acting, coming out

A Cradle Song: Part Six

Raul Esparza to be in 'Hamlet' next year

Proposed Title IX changes would gut protections for students everywhere

Does the GOP have a racist cutoff point?

City committee to discuss pro-trans resolution

Sisters in Cinema planning media hub

Forum focuses on LGBT seniors' housing and legal rights

Photography exhibit honors impactful activists, celebrities

Chicago Bisexual Health Task Force holds first community forum

Exhibit opening marks Chicago's history of diversity in drag

Doc explores meth use by LGBT persons of color

Report: 17-percent increase in hate crimes

AG Madigan demands civil rights protections for transgender people

Southern Poverty Law Center, Lambda sue for records on rollback of trans prisoner protections

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