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Windy City Times 2017-08-02

Transgender man alleges CPD harassment and mistreatment

Advocates decry UHC's new PrEP requirements

City Council introduces pro-trans, Renslow resolutions

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Dance for Life Aug. 19

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VIEWPOINT Black and Pink in Chicago on Aug. 4

Howard Brown issues impact report

State worker behind disruptive emails to retire

NGLCC celebrates 15 years of backing LGBT businesses

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Sky get Hooper, pick; Boyette leaves

Chicago Gender Society event Aug. 8

With primary win, Jenny Durkan poised to be first openly lesbian Seattle mayor

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NUNN ON ONE: THEATER Dani Shay soldiers on in 'Albert Cashier'

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