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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.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.Many large, queer (read: non-predominantly gay male) shindigs occur monthly or randomly, so for the low down on what’s about to go down, join the Chicagostraddlers, follow Roxx Promotions, or stalk Glitter Guts Photobooth.Here is a non-exhaustive (though compiling this, I am quite exhausted), listing of the lady places and spaces: Wild Thursdays (Victor Hotel, 311 N.
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.Sometimes the Chicago Force comes here to drink, and be warned: if they ask to arm wrestle, you will lose. Sheridan Rd.) Usually a bear bar on Thursdays, the first one of each month is reserved for an always-packed-by-pm all-inclusive dance party (with a free coat check).Personally, this is my favorite dance party because of the completely welcoming (and nice) environment, regardless of gender identity. Halsted St.) has recently been taken over by lesbians.Plus, there’s nothing better than a martini and manicure! Halsted St.) to dance the night away to some great mixes. Belmont Ave.) Frequented mostly by lesbians of color, this weekly party will have you dancing every Friday.Yoly walks around serving up Jello shots as the go-go dancers shake it atop the bar. Western Ave.) Definitely a dive bar, Spyners is usually frequented by an older crowd and/or CMSA players. I’ve been here quite a few times with (older) friends for karaoke and had a good time. Belmont Ave.) It’s had a fair share of drama, and I don’t really enjoy it (I’m not one to pay a cover unless it goes toward charity), but there are drink nights on Wednesdays! Sapphic Adventures Lady-loving-ladies-only events, organized by other Chicago gay ladies.