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I grew up in a Chicago suburb, but traveled to and through the city frequently to visit relatives and hang with friends.It wasn’t until five years ago when I actually moved to Chicago that I came to appreciate its diverse, albeit segregated, culture.I don’t know if they/MRDA (Men’s Roller Derby Association) have any separate policies on transmen skaters, but they follow the WFTDA rules set, so I would assume that they are just as inclusive.
However, Chicago is a large city, and there are many experiences to be had, so I’ve enlisted the help of some of my fellow Chicagostraddlers. Unfortunately for my liver, you can find lesbians out and about each night of the week.
If you want to meet Effingdykes writer, Krista, you can usually find her here. Chicago Ave.) There used to be bi-weekly Saturday parties, but so far this year, there has only been one. They serve great margaritas and yummy tacos (that’s what she said), and it can get really crowded really fast so sit on the patio for more space.
Hopefully the parties come back because they were always a good time. Their dance floor is a joke, but when you get drunk enough, take your friends next door to Roscoe’s (3356 N.
Sangamon St.) A weekly 18 LGBTQ dance party that serves alcohol (if you’re 21 )! Clark St.) Located in Lesbianland (Andersonville), T’s is a good choice on pretty much any night.
The best times are after CMSA softball on Sundays and on Saturdays for the newly instated “Tease Her at T’s” dance parties.