May 15, 2012
This Thursday: How to Bring Your Kids Up Queer in Chicago
By Paige Schilt
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ABOUT MEPaige Schilt is a writer, teacher, activist, mother and band wife. Her stories about queer family life have appeared on The Bilerico Project, Brain Child Magazine and Offbeat Families.
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