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Windy City Times 2013-04-10

James Franco to accept ally award; Streisand film

The AIDS transmission law: A crime to have sex?

Lesbian boxer living her lifelong dream

DINING American Junkie

Pete Wentz talks tats, music

'Wonder Women' on PBS April 15

Joffrey's Mauro Villanueva comes full circle

Gay in the Life: John-Michael Korpal

LAGBAC's Champagne brunch April 14

LGBTQA Week Celebrated at WIU April 15-20

Catch Me If You Can

Dream of the Burning Boy

Beautiful Broken

Barnum

Spotlight: South Pacific

CRITICS' PICKS

Pam Ann in Chicago May 24

Mexican band's pro-gay move; LGBT-friendly countries

More senators back marriage; Gov. Perry on acceptance

Billy Masters

Indigo Girls call for trans inclusion at womyn's festival

Knight at the Movies: Disconnect; film notes

LETTER: Bond backs marriage

In praise of Downton Abbey's Thomas and complex gay images

Zambia chiefs want gays 'caged'

Gay Marine engaged at White House details DOMA harm to family

Wright Plus housewalk, package in May

Dawn Clark Netsch memorial set

Developer eying Boystown for gay hotel

LGBT groups back immigration reform

Trevor Project's suicide prevention work honored

Gay candidates win; Kelly to succeed Jackson Jr.

CGS elects new board

Ethical Treatment: PETA, LGBT community share bonds

Intersex: Straddling the sex divide

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