The LGBT Health & Development Program

LGBT Health Awareness Week, 3/26-3/30

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29th March

Come out for LGBT Health!

Judy Shepard Chats with IMPACT

27th March

Judy Shepard of The Matthew Shepard Foundation shares her views on LGBT youth, parenting, and school bullying.

Study highlights uses of condoms among gay men in real world contexts

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26th March

New study of a large online sample (14,750 men) specifically focuses on two key aspects of their most recent penile-anal intercourse (PAI) events: relationship characteristics and specific ejaculation behaviors of the two partners.

SpeakOUT with Meredith Chivers at Center on Halsted

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24th March

QUEERING the SEXLAB: or: How studying queer women has revealed that straight women are the biggest mystery of all.

Keep It Up! Launches this Week!

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19th March

The goal of the program is for young HIV negative MSM to “Keep It Up!” and maintain the behaviors that keep them safe and negative.

Young Queer Cinema Events: Chicago

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19th March

Great list of upcoming LGBTQ film happenings in Chicago.

Mental Health Forum on Suicide Prevention

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12th March

Please join us for a community conversation, discussing suicide prevention, hosted by Congressman Mike Quigley & Congressman Danny K. Davis.

My Fabulous Disease: A Fabulous Site about Living Positively Positive

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8th March

Mark S. King is a long-time AIDS activist, writer, and community organizer who provides funny, entertaining, and informational, yet creative videos about living with HIV.

Two Spirits, a Documentary

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1st March

“Between tradition and controversy, sex and spirit, and freedom and fear, lives the truth—the bravest choice you can make is to be yourself.”

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