Intro to Chicago Gender Society (CGS):
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The Chicago Gender Society (CGS) was founded 30 years ago for transgender education and support. CGS continues to provide a safe place for people to explore their gender identity. We do this through our monthly meetings, socials and events. If you are new to the community, CGS meetings provide our members and guests an opportunity to network with other individuals exploring similar feelings and provide educational programs from experts in the fields of interest to our members. Our monthly socials provide an evening out with members and friends in a public environment. Our events range from a golf outing, an evening of bowling, to a grand Holiday Party.
Chicago Gender Society’s (CGS) Meeting:
September 11, 2018 – Louis V. Haynes, Psychologist, PsyD. Louis specializes in working with diverse individuals and issues LGBTQ individuals and couples, as well as transgender individuals in the midst of transitioning.
PRIOR MEETING: August 14, 2018 – Mara Keisling, from the National Center for Transgender Equality will speak about current events.
Our meetings are held at The Curragh Irish Pub, 6705 N. Northwest Hwy, Chicago, IL 60631
Doors open at 7pm. Meeting starts at 8pm.
Newcomers are encouraged and welcomed. Just ask for Juanita.
Chicago Gender Society’s (CGS) Social Corner:
Our monthly social is held at Peggy Kinnane’s on the 4th Tuesday of each month. From 7pm-whenever. Peggy Kinnane’s is located at 8 N. Vail Ave. in Arlington Heights. Members and non-members are welcome to attend. Peggy Kinnane’s offers us a friendly environment to gather and visit.