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The Outfit is a trans* friendly league, with bouts at The Windy City Fieldhouse (2367 W.
Logan Boulevard) and afterparties at the Cobra Lounge (235 North Ashland Avenue).
Every time I go in there, I half-expect Fred Armisen in a dress to yell at me for shaving my armpits.
There is, however, a wonderfully extensive LGBTQ section, covering everything from culture to humor to history. On the flip side, there are lavender walls and baskets of fake ivy that haven’t been dusted since 1989, the year after that logo was created.
There is also a lot of suburban derby springing up all over Chicagoland, like Rockford Rage and the Aurora 88s.
And for those interested in maybe dipping a toe into derby before diving literally headfirst into the full contact sport, there is Derby Lite at various city and suburban locations.
Rugby (Chicago Women’s, North Shore, and Chicago Sirens) Of the teams, North Shore has the reputation of being the most intense; they won DI national chamionships in 2011, followed by Chicago Women.
The Sirens (DII) have only been around for 5 years, so they’re a good team to choose if you’re just starting to play rugby but don’t want to automatically get put on a B-Side (although everyone I’ve met from all these teams is super friendly to newcomers! Throughout the spring and summer, some teams also have clinics if you think you’re interested but want to learn more before committing to one.
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.Roller Derby (Elli knows all about this) While not technically queer, roller derby is very inclusive and queer-friendly.And what better way is there to spend a Saturday night than watching a bunch of strong women (of all sizes, body types, ethnicities, etc.) kicking ass and taking names.CMSA offers coed and single-sex options for tons of sports at various levels. ), volleyball, basketball, and dodgeball seem to be the favorites of my lady friends.CMSA also sponsors parties throughout the year (with no cover for CMSA players! I could go on forever about CMSA, but I have to save room for roller derby.