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Windy City Times 2013-06-06

SAGEWorks Vocational Program offers seven week skills program
Cameron Esposito at the Hideout Inn July 5
House panel adopts anti-gay amendment to defense bill
Upcoming at Mayne Stage, Queer Queens of Comedy
GLMA to hold fundraiser for LGBT health equality June 15.
Report looks at LGBT, race and gender issues in the South
Netflix promotes pride month films
10th Annual 'Back Lot Bash' set for Pride weekend
VIEWS How to love your gay child by: Queta Rodriguez Bauer
Gerber/Hart still not open to public by: Tracy Baim, Windy City Times
Post-recession, LGBs more likely to be poor than heterosexuals
NCAVP releases hate-violence report by: Margo Anderson
Our lawmakers: how each might vote by: Kate Sosin, Windy City Times
Ms. Foundation celebrates 40 Years of work at Chicago benefit by: Sarah Toce
LGBTs to discuss grassroots strategy on marriage by: Kate Sosin, Windy City Times
GOPs gubernatorial candidates shrink from backing marriage
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