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About: What's the T? 
"What's the T" is's transgender outreach channel that provides resources and a community to transgender individuals as well as an outlet for individuals who do not conform to traditional gender norms.

Based in Chicago, IL, "What's the T" launched in June of 2012 as part of's effort to service the larger LGBT community. The channel features two transgender personalities including author Ryan Sallans, an Omaha native and transgender man, as well as Kinley Preston, founder of the channel and Chicago transgender personality. The two have collected a vast network of resources for transgender men and women and plan to update and relaunch the site by bringing on new contributors and integrating social media.

The channel includes contributions by trans bloggers and personalities including, Precious Jewel, and Honey West. Honey West hosts an advice column on the channel, which answers questions for trans and non-trans individuals alike. You can find Precious' contribution through her blog "Precious Points" which is also featured on the channel.

"What's the T?" and continue to make the transgender community visible and accessible by allowing individuals to create their own blogs, profiles, and connections in order to strengthen their ties within the community and stay informed about transgender issues.

'Stand Up, Stand Proud.' Chicago Pride Parade steps off at noon
Sun, June 25, 2017
Last year the Chicago Pride Parade was a mix of emotions: joy, pride and pain. The opening of the parade included a moving tribute to the 49 slain victims of the tragedy at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando.
Chicago Pride Parade 2017: Here's everything you need to know
Sat, June 24, 2017
The 48th annual Chicago Pride Parade steps off at noon - rain or shine - Sunday, June 25 at Broadway and Montrose in the Uptown neighborhood. The parade is the culmination of a full month of activities known as June Pride Month in Chicago.
Controversy arises at Chicago Dyke March
Sat, June 24, 2017, 2 comments
The 21st annual Chicago Dyke March, described as more inclusive, more social justice-oriented than Chicago's annual Pride Parade, took place in the Little Village neighborhood on Saturday, June 24.
Queen Elizabeth vows to protect LGBT community from discrimination
Thu, June 22, 2017
During an address to the UK Parliament on Wednesday, Queen Elizabeth II pledged to protect the LGBT community from discrimination.
'Orange Is' star Lea DeLaria brings her sense of Pride to Chicago
Wed, June 21, 2017, 9 comments
When the 48th annual Chicago Pride Parade steps off at 12 noon on Sunday, it will be "Orange is the New Black" star Lea DeLaria leading the way as the Grand Marshal, marking her first time at this city's late-June rainbow fiesta in, oh, about 20 years.
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