"I think in terms of gay and straight fans, people who are attracted to my music can see beyond all those things."
"I want to continue to pave the way and knock down doors to make things easier for people after me and of course changing people’s perspective."
"When I wrote about them, I was just trying to tell the stories of their lives at that moment. I hope they are happy wherever they are."
"What I love about both Ben and George, and what’s kind of unique in some ways, is this portrait of these two very humble, who at the same time have this extraordinary confidence about who they are."
Reeling Film Fest opens tonight (9/18) and runs through Sept. 25. ChicagoPride.com's Gregg Shapiro calls the opening selection, 'Boy Meets Girl': "Smart, sensitive and enlightening on many fronts."
Thu Sep 18
We are launching our new T-shirt. Go to the link and order yours today.
They come in sizes S-3XL at 24.00 plus shipping. Our goal is 50 and only available until Sept. 23rd.
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Wed Sep 17
More than 3,000 runners, walkers, volunteers raise over $380,000 at the AIDS Run/Walk Chicago on Sunday. The AIDS Foundation of Chicago is turning 30. AFC invited Run/Walk participants to snap a photo and share an autograph in celebration of its milestone 30th year. More photos on http://www.ChicagoPride.com.
Mon Sep 15
Trending this week on ChicagoPride.com: LGBT affordable senior home set to open in Boystown this month; Legendary nightclub Manhole returning to Boystown; plus Phil Robertson: AIDS is God's 'penalty' for 'immoral' gay sex.
Sun Sep 14
The AIDS Run/Walk Chicago is this Sunday, Sept. 14. Opening ceremonies begin at 8:10 a.m., the run/walk starts at 9 a.m. Race day registrations begin at 7:45 a.m. More information on ChicagoPride.com.
Sun Sep 14
ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT! GET YOUR TICKETS NOW on ticketmaster! Capital City Cage Wars Sept. 13th! I'll be fighting Tamikka Brents on the co main event. Follow this link & CLICK THE FALLON FOX OPTION!
Wed Sep 10
TODAY on OUT CHICAGO: Comedian Poppy Champlin remembers Joan Rivers. Plus trans actor and star of Boy Meets Girl (which kicks off Reeling Film Fest) Michelle Hendley.
Listen live from 11am-1pm on WCPT AM & FM - Chicago's Progressive Talk Radio plus streaming live at http://chicagosprogressivetalk.com.
Sun Sep 07