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            Updates on Chicago’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community and its allies, and LGBTQ news from around the country上海11选5走势图.

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            Transgender woman awaits decision to let her play professional soccer

            Mara Gómez was signed by Argentine club Villa San Carlos. Now the 22-year-old forward is waiting for the Argentine Soccer Federation to approve the signing.

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            Drag queens celebrate Black Her-story Month in ‘Magic’ musical revue

            Black Girl Magic, a monthly drag show produced by local "RuPaul’s Drag Race" alum The Vixen, takes to the stage of Roscoe’s Tavern next week.

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            High school runners sue to block participation of transgender athletes

            They argue that allowing athletes with male anatomy to compete has deprived them of track titles and scholarship opportunities.

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            Dwyane Wade ‘proud parent’ of a child in the LGBTQ+ community

            The former NBA player talked to Ellen DeGeneres about how he has supported his 12-year-old since she told him she wanted to be referred to using female pronouns.

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            Ex-Chicagoan who led pizza tours making long shot bid to be first drag queen in Congress

            G. "Maebe A. Girl" Pudlo is on the March 3 ballot in California, hoping to unseat Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff. It’s a long way from the Chicago pizza walking tours she once led.

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            LGBTQ center hires security firm to replace firm owned by cop accused of racist attack

            Quantum Security, a black-owned firm employed by other LGBTQ centers, will replace Walsh Security on Feb. 17, the Center on Halsted announced.

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            LezSing Cabaret a musical celebration for LGBTQ women and nonbinary people

            The show, directed by Emi Lee Frantz, is part of Pride Films and Plays’ effort to increase programming that focuses on women.

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            Chicago series ‘Work in Progress’ will return for Season 2 on Showtime

            TV exec credits the show with a "spark of creativity and original point of view."

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            Transgender parents welcome baby girl, prompting update to state’s birth certificate system

            Myles and Precious Brady-Davis had their daughter, Zayn, in early December then learned the Illinois Department of Public Health’s current birth certificate system would automatically misgender the parents.

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            New HIV diagnoses in Chicago down 19% from 2014, report finds

            About 27 in every 100,000 Chicago residents were diagnosed with HIV in 2018. That’s down 3% from the new diagnoses reported in 2017 and down 19% since 2014.

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            For this pantry, Christmas Eve marks 31 years of feeding HIV/AIDS-impacted LGBTQ community

            In 1988, a group of activists — overwhelmed by the toll of AIDS on Chicago’s gay community and wanting to do more than attend funerals — began delivering meals to those with HIV/AIDS.

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            Hallmark Channel apologizes for pulling same-sex couple commercials, hopes to air them again

            The TV outlet had faced criticism from conservatives for showing the ads, and gay advocates for pulling them.

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            ‘Work in Progress’: The hilarious hardship of being smart, funny and queer in Chicago

            Likable, lightning-quick Abby McEnany co-created and stars in a Showtime series that deserves to be one of TV’s breakouts.

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            Showtime series boasts ‘beautiful array of queer folks’ from Chicago

            Star and co-creator Abby McEnany says the locally made ‘Work in Progress,’ premiering Dec. 8, sought out Chicagoans of different sexual and gender identities.

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            Thanksgiving meal at LGBTQ center provides safe space for guests to celebrate with their ‘chosen family’

            The holiday season can be especially difficult for LGBTQ people, who may feel misunderstood or unwelcome at family-oriented holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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            6 red-hot new books, including Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea’s revelatory memoir

            There also are great reads by Jenny Slate, Lindy West, Carmen Maria Machado and Tom Brokaw, plus a new collection of Ansel Adams’ Yosemite photos.

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            Here’s all the LGBTQ Halloween events happening in Chicago on Thursday

            Whether it’s a public family-friendly parade or a late-night event, LGBTQ performers are sure to deliver unforgettable shows.

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            Renowned headache expert Dr. Seymour Diamond, who embraced transgender actor-grandson, dead at 94

            Zach Barack came out as his ‘Papa’ turned 90. The doctor’s daughter says: ‘My dad called Zach and told him he loved him no matter what . . . He got everything he could read on transgender issues and educated himself.’

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            Dolly Parton mural on Broadway in Edgewater brightens the day for ‘9-to-5’ commuters

            Michelle Lytle says she initially figured the painting of the iconic country上海11选5走势图 singer might discourage taggers who kept putting up graffiti there.

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            Trump v. Jesus: Christians can’t follow both

            "If you are followers of Jesus, you can’t ignore what Jesus said," said Rev. Jim Wallis, who was educated in Deerfield and returns to the area for appearances this weekend.

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            Richard Pfeiffer, longtime Chicago Pride Parade coordinator, has died at 70

            Under his leadership, the Chicago Pride Parade grew from a few hundred participants in its early years to what’s estimated to be hundreds of thousands

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            LGBTQ center moves to replace security firm owned by cop accused of racist attack

            The Center on Halsted said it will seek a new firm to provide security services that has "experience working directly with LGBTQ people of all ages from a diverse racial, ethnic and socioeconomic background."

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            Muralist Sam Kirk explores identity, culture through public art

            The Chicago artist’s work speaks to housing insecurities and the threat of displacement and expresses LGBTQ pride.

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            ‘Holy Trinity’: Welcome上海11选5走势图 to a bizarro Chicago where the colors are bold and the humor is bawdy

            Director Molly Hewitt also stars as a dominatrix in the funny, trippy fairy tale full of sexual and religious imagery.

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            Security firm for Chicago’s biggest LGBTQ center is owned by cop accused in racist incident, records show

            The Center on Halsted paid more than $130,000 last year to Walsh Security, run by Officer Thomas Walsh, a 19th district Chicago cop who was accused of attacking a black security guard in 2013 and using a racial slur.

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            Showtime series shooting in Chicago to screen at LGBTQ Film Festival

            ‘Work in Progress’ co-creator and star Abby McEnany, who calls the show a ‘coming-of-age story,’ will discuss the project at Saturday’s sold-out event.

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            Chicago activist shares stories of an intersex life in Reeling film festival documentary

            "A Normal Girl" describes how Pidgeon Pagonis, as an infant, was given sex-related surgeries that "made me abnormal."

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            Chicago lawmaker’s private struggles with alcoholism, drug addiction help guide his work in public office

            ‘Alcohol was pretty much my drug of choice, but I certainly did enough other things as they came along, like a lot of other people,’ said state Rep. Greg Harris, now clean and sober for 19 years.

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            New law to support LGBTQ seniors: ‘We all deserve to age as our authentic selves’

            Many older adults who are LGBTQ or living with HIV worry about having to hide their identity to receive aging services.

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            Transgender people no longer need medical paperwork to correct gender markers on Illinois identity documents

            A medical report, psychiatric report, physician’s statement or other documentation indicating a gender transition was previously required for people to correct their gender markers.

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            On Facebook, Illinois prison guards, accused of abuses by transgender inmates, mocked LGBTQ community

            The officers who posted the offensive and explicit memes and other posts all identified themselves as Department of Corrections employees.

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            South Side artist Sam Kirk designs White Sox Hispanic Heritage Month T-shirt giveaway

            The shirt, part of the Sox’ Free T-shirt Thursdays series, features imagery representing the various Latino cultures throughout Chicago’s neighborhoods, said Kirk, who is Mexican and Puerto Rican.