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An evening of LGBTQ+ storytelling, online.
Panelists include West Hollywood City Council Member Sepi Shyne, "who made history in November 2020 ... as the first out LGBTQ Iranian elected anywhere globally." Discussion of embracing our identities and being effective allies.
"Searching for the best LGBTQ+ talent Illinois has to offer." Get tickets here; proceeds benefit Equality Illinois.
Learn from experienced drag performers, and then perform!
Gather for this adults-only meal and performance to honor the late Michelle Nixon, a member of Metropolitan Community Church of the Quad Cities, volunteer with Quad City Pride Festivals, and recipient of the first-ever Queen of Hearts in 2020 for her dedication and service to the LGBTQ community.
Visit almost 100 homes, businesses and organizations adorned to honor the LGBTQIA+ community. Family-friendly event featuring DJ's, drag queens, artists, balloon makers, giveaways, Disney characters and more! Bring some canned goods to donate. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
“The Legacy Walk” is the setting for this event, "to connect the history of PRIDE to the historically significant contributions and achievements of LGBTQ people." Join with Mayor Lori Lightfoot and others to "commemorate LGBTQ contributions to World History and Culture."
A look at how pop culture displays kink, "from history to fashion runways & magazines, movies & TV,even advertisements. Presented by Jayy/Pup Wonder, self-described genderfluid femme brat and pup.
The debut episode of #WhatMakesPride, a Pride Month series "dedicated to uplifting the word and lives, and sharing the stories, of LGBTQ+ BIPOC people, communities, and grassroots organizations. First episode hosted by Melissa Harris-Perry, journalist and pundit.
Join YMCA staff and volunteers for a virtual happy hour featuring drag bingo with RuPaul Drag Race's Charlie Charlie Hides.
Lincoln Park experts share about same-sex sexual behaviors, transvestism, hermaphroditism, parthenogenesis, and transsexualism in zoo and aquarium populations. Ages 16 and above welcome; explicit anatomical discussions will occur.
Six diverse spiritual leaders will explore practices surrounding death and how they relate to binary definitions of sexuality and gender.
Join five Chicagoland Chambers of Commerce, plus numerous six Pride groups statewide, for this networking event.
Showcase of performances by Black Queer artists. Watch links for more.
Live-stream of memorial ceremony marking the 5-year anniversary of the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando.
Barbecue, dancing, drag and more.
A special Pride Month service of queer-affirming worship.
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