(GayWebSource.com) - NEWS: The Falkland Islands To Celebrate First Gay Pride.
The Falkland Islands celebrates first ever gay pride.By Newsdesk | 22nd June 2013For the first time in its history the Falkland Islands will celebrate their first gay pride.The tiny Islands off the coast of Argentina are inhabited by just under 3000 Falkland Islanders.Speaking from the Islands via Twitter, Scott Betts, a radio presenter who is stationed on the islands said:“Hurricane Gay Pride hits… Read the rest
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Today, April 11, is the National #DayofSilence. The 11th Annual Night of Noise\u2014a "Break the Silence" rally\u2014will take place tonight, April 11, 5:30 p.m., at the Thompson Center Plaza, 100 W. Randolph St.
Fri Apr 11
Grammy Award winning R&B singer Mya, plus Betty Who and Amber have been added to the 2014 Chicago Pride Fest schedule.
ChicagoPride.com - Chicago's Pride Headquarters
Thu Apr 10
Organizers of Chicago Pride Fest today announced Mya, Betty Who and Amber as additional musical acts for this year's festival, which is returning to Boystown for the 12th year June 21-22, the weekend before the city's annual Pride Parade.
Wed Apr 09
ChicagoPride.com says "Fawzia Mirza in the title role [of Brahman/i] is a force to be reckoned with. This is a must-see this spring!" Get your tickets today to one of the "Top 5 Plays to see in April"! http://bit.ly/BrahmaniTix
Wed Apr 09
Want to sing the national anthem at Wrigley Field this summer? Join the OUT at Wrigley national anthem contest at tonight at Charlie's Chicago.
Arrive by 7:30pm to sign up - Free to enter! The contest starts at 8:00pm
Tue Apr 08
In comparison to Chicago's multitude of resources targeting the G(ay) and L(esbian) members of the LGBT acronym, those targeting the B(isexual) community are few and far between. Read more about UIC's first bi-focused group.
Tue Apr 08
LA's hit comedy event - Don't Tell My Mother! - hits the Laugh Factory Chicago TONIGHT as a benefit for IMPACT LGBT Health and Development Program at Northwestern. Tonight features Fawzia Mirza, Fausto Fern\u00f3s, JC Brooks, Jen Kober and Nikki Levy (pictured).
Read the ChicagoPride.com interview with Nikki Levy.
Mon Apr 07