Tag: Peoria

LGBT Youth Health Summit in Peoria, Sept. 10

PEORIA — Come join Peoria Proud and the Peoria Healthcare Coalition for an afternoon of education and discussion regarding the following: LGBTQ friendly doctors, therapists, psychiatrists, & dental providers Health disparities you recognize within the populations you serve Resources available (helplines, hotlines, scheduling appointments, etc.) Relative legislation or healthcare changes that have impacted the level…

Peoria Munch, Aug. 12

PEORIA — Please join us for a night of food, fun…and golf! Mini Golf that is! The Peoria Munch will be held at Avanti’s on Knoxville at the North end of Peoria at 5 pm on Saturday, August 12th. If you RSVP here, you must also send a message to atomic_curves (that’s me, the creator…

CornCon Update

PEORIA — So, this is still happening in less than three weeks. Where we are: – the amazing presenters are geared up – classes are on point! – the hotel is filling up – people are still registering – payments still need to be received (no payments accepted at door) – T shirts will be…

BDSM 101 Class at Peoria Munch, April 8

PEORIA — Hey, kinksters! The Peoria Munch is fast approaching and we’d sure love it if you’d join us for our upcoming topic: BDSM 101! Atomic Curves will be your facilitator and demonstrator for the evening. All are welcome from our most seasoned players, who know the ropes, to our newbies itching for some new…

Equality Illinois LGBTQ Town Halls launch in Central and Southern Illinois

Equality Illinois

NORMAL — With Illinoisans facing uncertainty about LGBTQ rights in the Trump era and push back in some parts of the state as they try to assert their rights, Equality Illinois LGBTQ Town Halls launch Tuesday night in Bloomington-Normal and continue Wednesday night in Peoria. Future town halls are scheduled in Carbondale and the Metro…

Illinois comes out to march for women

CHICAGO — While Chicago had the largest in the state, and one of the largest in the country, sister marches to the Women’s March on Washington took place across Illinois, including traditionally conservative cities. The Chicago Tribune reported that about 250,000 people flooded into downtown to participate in the march. Organizers originally expected 40,000 when…