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Out & Proud in Chicago

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Out & Proud in Chicago

Jane Addams and Mary Rozet Smith

...a lifelong couple who together changed conditions for tens of thousands of Chicago's immigrants through their work at Hull House; their relationship is a clear example of the "romantic friendships" typical of well-educated women of their time hoping to contribute to society.

Valerie Taylor

...lesbian author, activist and divorced mother of three boys, her pulp fiction titles are praised for being honest about lesbian life in literature during a time of sensationalistic prose.

Jim Flint

...owner of the Baton Show Lounge, recalls being arrested sixteen times in bar raids while working as a bartender or bar owner, before leading pickets and running for public office, contributing to the ongoing efforts to end the day-to-day harassment of LGBT people in the workplace..

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