Join Chicagostraddlers at The Dice Dojo! It’s right off the Bryn Mawr red line stop. There are plenty of games to choose from but feel free to bring your favorites.
Plus top hat-shaped holes in our hearts, what if the brownies were gay tho?, and polar bear flirting facts.
Get in here and recommend all the good (gay) books!
“What is the gayest strain of weed?”
Queer Film Theory 101 is a monthly comedy show, hosted by Sarah Kennedy and Veronica Garza, featuring LGBTQ performers “outing” the films that influenced their identity. It’s free and fabulous!
Do you have certain memories tied to specific scents? I know I do! Come hang out! It smells great in here!
“No cops at Pride, just a group of queers eating through these thousands of cookies that I brought from home.”
Start Pride Weekend off right with the most fabulous Shabbat dinner of the year! Join our Jewish LGBTQ+ friends and family from around the globe as we come together to celebrate World Pride, and commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising.
Did you know that the first Dyke March ever was in Washington, DC? We’re going to bring it back this year!
Join us for the 2019 Dyke Day FREE Pride Picnic in the park! Dyke Day’s mission is to unify our diverse dyke, trans, non-binary, queer community and its allies through community gatherings that celebrate diversity, visibility, inclusivity, and intergenerational participation.
all black. all gay. all in love. An adaptation of Anondra “Kat” Williams’ book of short stories and poetry, black girl love looks at the everyday lives of black queer women and non-binary people. It’s a play about our relationships to love, sex, and obsession.
Happy Pride Month, loves. There is no better time than now to care for and about each other, and there is also no better time than now to organize.
Spring is the best time for fashion in my opinion! A time for light jackets, layering, body hair, cut offs, sunburnt tattoos, backpacks full of beer, all the good stuff! What are you wearing these days?
“IDK why the basket of fruit sent me over the edge, like, queer women have really been gay disasters since the dawn of time.”
“I can actually be athletic when I put my mind to it and I always turn into a Butch Hulk whenever someone is in need so I’m not saying I’ll be able to carry you up a mountain but if you really need me, I’m also not saying I *won’t* be able to carry you up that mountain.”
“Turns out there’s nothing better than f*cking under cover of deep, tall grass in the sunshine. Currently protecting my field spot like a dragon.”
This year’s Pride month is an extra special one because it’s the 50th anniversary of Stonewall — and, of course, because it’s as vital as ever for us to assemble and be visible and stand and shout together as we march through the streets declaring our presence and pleasure at being part of the LGBTQ+ community.
“If I was a drink, I’d be bagel store coffee: better in the morning, culturally Jewish, a lil dull, a lil sweet, always reliable.”
I need your help. Maybe you need my help. Let’s all hang out and give each other good and bad advice!
“If Katie McGrath could spend her one precious month of Supergirl hiatus to go on the other side of the globe, where every spider is a killer, to kiss women on screen again, I can face another day of my gay life.”