We are excited to be able to turn the spotlight on these deserving companies and individuals that are committed to building a pro-fairness business community in Wisconsin. The event runs from to p. The public is invited to attend. Registration is requested and can be done online at www. It offers networking opportunities, business development efforts within the LGBT community, and educational programming to its members.
Bars/Taverns- History of Gay & Lesbian Life, Milwaukee, Wis: Businesses
In the process, they have demonstrated vibrant activism and artistry bifurcated by the politics of gender and race. Early efforts to organize gay men and women in Milwaukee included the formation of the Gay Liberation Organization GLO at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee UWM  and two attempts to open feminist centers, in and , neither of which lasted. As a result, lesbian activists in Milwaukee tended to work with feminists on issues affecting all women while also generating their own lesbian-oriented projects. Initially located in the Farwell Center, N. Farwell Avenue, the clinic offered testing and counseling.
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Milwaukeeans do love cheese and beer, and we have an unnatural fondness for bowling, and we are consistently rated one of the drinking-est, fattest cities in the country. These are only a few of our charms. What these half-truths add up to is exactly what makes Milwaukee a great place to visit: We like to enjoy ourselves, make noise, get outside, soak up the sun, eat, drink, and party. Milwaukee is one of the most hypersegregated cities in the nation. The bright spot in this story is that we queers are doing our part to mix it up.