Illinois lawmakers have voted in favor of the LGBT-inclusive history in public schools.
Republican Governor Bruce Rauner signed the LGBTQ Public Service bill into law.
Another good news from the United States, Illinois legislators have sent pro-LGBTQ bills to the Governor.
Back Lot Bash, the Midwest’s most-attended women’s festival taking place every Pride, has announced its 2017 entertainment lineup.
The headliners are American electro singer Dev, DJ duo Sea & Gunn (with Daniela Sea from The L Word), Kiyomi Valentine, Whitney Mixter, JD Samson, Catfight, and youtube influencers Bria and Chrissy. The rest of the slate is equally eye-popping with these trendy tastemakers on the bill: DJ Goodboy, Tori WhoDat, DJ All the Way Kay, Fembot, and DJ Zel.
The child-welfare agency in the state of Illinois describes the situation as desperate for thousands of young LGBT people.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin signed into law the bill to restrict the access to "gay conversion" therapies to anyone under 18 years of age.
The U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights has just declared a high school in Palatine, Illinois, is in the wrong against a transgender student after having denied access to the girls' locker room.
There is a great exhibition on the history of the LGBTQ community in the University of Chicago, which is held at the Special Collections Research Center.
Despite the failure of last year, lawmakers in Illinois and Virginia will again try to deny access to "ex-gay" therapies to minors.