The Illinois Eagle

Equality Illinois PAC endorses legislators for 2018

Equality Illinois

CHICAGO — The Equality Illinois PAC is endorsing 32 incumbent legislators in its first round of endorsements as the state heads into the 2018 election cycle, the statewide LGBTQ political action committee announced on Thursday. “Elections matter, now more than ever for our community,” said John Litchfield, chair of the Equality Illinois PAC. “At a…

Larry Flynt offers $10 million for dirt on 45

LOS ANGELES — Larry Flynt, the publisher of Hustler magazine, is offering $10 million for information that will get the current president out of office. From NBC: The bounty was also published in a full-page ad in the Washington Post, the Associated Press reported, and represents a 10-fold increase from a reward Flynt offered last October,…

Chicago Rope November: Second Anniversary Event

Chicago Rope

CHICAGO — This November, Chicago Rope turns two years old! We’re celebrating with a special event featuring a class on Vintage Rope Bondage with BadKittyBondage, a team that presented at our very first event and has supported us all along. For beginners, we’ll be offering Rope 102, part Two in our Foundations of Japanese Rope Bondage…

ABW presents $900 to local charity

CHICAGO — The producers of American Brotherhood Weekend are pleased to present a check for $900 to Heartland Alliance on October 12, 2017 in Chicago.CHICAGO — The producers of American Brotherhood Weekend are pleased to present a check for $900 to Heartland Alliance on October 12, 2017 in Chicago. During the contest weekend Two fundraising…

Chicago People of Color Munch, Oct. 12

CHICAGO — This munch is for people that are monogamous, poly, swingers, couples, singles, in open relationships or kinky. Our goals are: to connect with people of color to discuss swinging, BDSM, kink, polyamory and other alternative lifestyles in the Chicagoland area; and to connect them with the broader community, regionally and nationally. This munch…

US clarifies vote on UN death penalty resolution

WASHINGTON — The U.S. State Department explained its “no” vote on a anti-death penalty resolution after an outcry on social media. From NBC OUT: In a press briefing on Tuesday, State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert explained why the U.S. voted against the resolution. “We voted against that resolution because of broader concerns with the resolution’s…