A closer look at Eisha Love and violence in Chicago
The Windy City Times published a third article in an investigative series about the arrest of Eisha Love and the subsequent murders of Paige Clay and Tiffany Gooden.Eisha Love was charged with first degree attempted murder after surviving a transphobic attack on Chicago's west side.
Eisha Love is serving jail time for defending herself while other Chicago trans women are being attacked
On the morning of March 28 2012 while stopping at a gas station, Eisha Love and a friend were accosted at a gas station with a barrage of anti-trans epithets which led to an altercation.
The Gay Games are over in Cleveland, but the stories continue to be told
Saturday evening saw the closing ceremony of the 9th Gay Games, presented by the Cleveland Foundation, but that doesn't mean that the stories of LGBT athletes are ending.
Catholics march for equality in Chicago pride parade
Over a dozen Roman Catholic parishioners marched in yesterday's Chicago pride parade in solidarity with the Chicago chapter of DignityUSA, an independent ministry for LGBT Catholics, making a bold statement for LGBT equality amidst an environment of opposition within the Church as a whole.
Trans 100 and Trans*H4ck honor the visibility and accomplishments of the transgender community
This past weekend Chicago hosted the second annual Trans 100, an event that recognizes 100 transgender people working who have worked towards the advancement of the transgender community. Trans*H4ck also worked in partnership with this yearsTrans 100 to acknowledge transgender people's contribution to the tech industry.