Chicago

The gay tech billionaire and Donald Trump supporter offended many a Windy City resident this week.

September 15 2016 8:27 PM

Finding and keeping work remains perilous for many LGBT people. But an event in one of the nation's biggest cities is helping queer folks find employment and climb the ladder.

September 14 2016 5:32 AM

A black trans woman in her 20s was found murdered in Chicago's Garfield Park neighborhood, but police are still investigating the crime as the death of a man. 

September 13 2016 5:17 PM

After the university issued a letter telling students it didn’t support “safe spaces” or “trigger warnings,” Campus Pride said administrators misunderstand those terms. 

8:20 PM

Bea Sullivan-Knopf, a performance artist who uses nudity to confront discomfort with trans bodies, is suing the city of Chicago to overturn an ordinance that bans exposed female breasts in establishments that serve alcohol. 

August 25 2016 6:03 AM

A group of 63 students and 73 parents argued in court that students' privacy was being violated at a Chicago-area school that let a transgender girl access the girls' locker room.

August 15 2016 9:34 PM

The general manager of the Chicago Fire asked fans at Toyota Park to stop using a Spanish slur that many people consider antigay. 

August 04 2016 7:16 PM
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