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Windy City Times 2015-12-01

GLSEN, AIDS United release HIV prevention resource for educators

Christian schools win waivers to ban LGBTs

Lockers key to survival for youth experiencing homelessness

HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE Shopping for books

Upcoming: Unabridged @ 35; Renee Fleming; South Side Art; Nutcracker; One of a Kind

Dining news: Meals on Wheels gala; 'speed lunch'

BOOK REVIEW QDA: A Queer Disability Anthology

Entertainment news: Bette Midler; Eddie Redmayne; Oprah; Anna Wintour

Trans Lifeline marks one-year anniversary

The Peninsula: Haven for same-sex weddings

Condom campaign launched at World AIDS Day event

HUD proposes rule to assure equal access to housing matching gender identity

THEATER REVIEW Palace of the Occult

Presidential Proclamation: World AIDS Day, 2015

Faderman's "The Gay Revolution" one of NYT Book Review's top 100

Actress Holland Taylor comes out

NIH on World AIDS Day 2015: Follow the science to end AIDS.

Chicago Police Superintendent fired by Rahm Emanuel

Officials in Alabama, other states not implementing marriage equality

Report: MSM, trans left behind in HIV/AIDS fight

ICE will not house transgender immigrants at remote detention facility

NUNN ON ONE: THEATER Alan Thicke: From 'Growing Pains' to 'Toy Shoppe'

National roundup: Leelah Alcorn; gay nominee; Ohio and conversion therapy

World news: Homicide conviction; France and PrEP; terrorist

Thanksgiving volunteers mark 28 years

Frontrunners/Frontwalkers Chicago name board members

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