December Roundtable: The gifts that we get from doing power exchange

For our December Chicago Power Exchange Roundtable, we’ll be talking about “the gifts that we get from doing power exchange”.

We’ll be at the Leather Archives & Museum (6418 N Greenview, Chicago IL) on Saturday, December 16th. Group discussion starts at 3:00pm & is free to attend. Our roundtable ends at 5:00pm. Afterwards, those who wish to can join with us for dinner at a nearby restaurant, where we can relax and enjoy getting to know each other!

Bootblacking and Open House this week at LRA

LRA-Chicago

CHICAGO — Have you ever wondered what it’s like at a BDSM dungeon? Been curious about attending but don’t know anyone? Wanted to check out the space before purchasing a membership? LRA-Chicago provides an opportunity each month for non-members who are new to the scene, new to BDSM, or just curious about our club to…

U.S. Supreme Court lets Texas anti-marriage equality ruling remain

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday let a Texas ruling that marriage equality did not mean same-sex couples could receive spousal benefits. The Austin American-Statesmen reported that the city of Houston had asked the court to overturn last June’s Texas Supreme Court decision, which determined that all marriage-related matters were not decided when…

Women’s March Chicago announces affiliation with national organization

CHICAGO — Women’s March Chicago announced its affiliation with March On, a national organization of womens’ marches and progressive organizations, on Friday. The move is intended to amplify the group’s local actions in its focus on motivating women and their allies to get to the polls for the 2018 election. Similar actions are being planned by other women’s march organizers around the world, furthering the alignment and power of the movement.

Anti-abortion groups sue over state abortion services funding law

SPRINGFIELD — Ten Illinois anti-abortion groups are suing over a law that allows Medicaid funds to be used for abortion services. The State Journal-Register of Springfield reported that organizations involved included Springfield Right to Life, the Diocese of Springfield and the Thomas More Society. From the State Journal-Register: The Thomas More Society filed the lawsuit…