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Windy City Times 2015-07-15

THEATER REVIEW Kinky Boots

Letter: A lovely day

VIEWS The welcome challenges of marriage equality

THE AMAZON TRAIL Teased to death

In the LIFE Cody Domino

Affinity to celebrate 20 years on July 18

THEATER REVIEW Brilliant Adventures

THEATER REVIEW Kiss of the Spider Woman: The Musical

Knight at the Movies: Tangerine; Tig; Mr. Holmes; Edith Lake Wilkinson

Ali Forney Center to break ground for Bea Arthur Residence

Theater Spotlight and Critics' Picks

MOVIES David Thorpe: It's okay to sound 'gay'

Senate fails to pass the Student Non-Discrimination Act

Vives Q showcases Hispanic LGBT culture

Center launches youth/family directory

News briefs: Bisexual health; glbtq.com folds; Same-sex couples get benefits

Cover story: National gathering honors Philadelphia's 1965 protests

Lambda Legal Executive Director Kevin Cathcart to step down

Caitlyn Jenner accepts Arthur Ashe Award at ESPYs

Transforming Gender: The Train Station

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Singing gay icons

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