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Michigan Comedian Sandra Bernhard Gets Serious about LGBTQ Youth

The Ruth Ellis Center hosted their annual fundraising gala, Voices, on Sept. 22 to grow their base of supporters, express gratitude for current donors and celebrate the agency's mission and success. READ MORE.

World AIDS Day Millennials Missing from AIDS Walk Detroit

Those doing the shouting and the stomping to raise HIVAIDS awareness are getting noticeably older. And as more and more Millennials begin to consider HIV a minor manageable disease, their absence at AIDS Walk Detroit has become apparent. They were not around when contracting HIV was considered a death sentence. They didn't witness the LGBT community being ravaged in the 1980s. They've never heard of AZT. Instead, they're coming of age in the era of drug cocktails and PrEP. READ MORE.

National Clinton Underscores LGBT Rights to Win Over Millennials

With polls showing a decline in support among Millennials, Hillary Clinton is underscoring LGBT rights to keep young voters from straying from the Democratic presidential ticket on Election Day. READ MORE.

Columns
Positive Thoughts: No Blame, No Shame

I graduated college in 1992, the same year I tested HIV positive. Sometime in the late '90s, I reconnected with a college friend. He was actually a friend with benefits, so I was quite happy when he tracked me down, which wasn't that easy back then, at least compared with today. READ MORE.

Transmissions: Gimme Shelter

I would hope you would not need me to point out that transgender people tend to live on the margins of society. READ MORE.

Creep of the Week: Donald Trump

What I witnessed in the presidential debates tonight was a man proving, unequivocally, that he is completely unqualified to hold any office, let alone the highest office in our country. It was, to use political science terminology, a real shit show. READ MORE.

Special Section: World AIDS Day
Millennials Missing from AIDS Walk Detroit

Those doing the shouting and the stomping to raise HIVAIDS awareness are getting noticeably older. And as more and more Millennials begin to consider HIV a minor manageable disease, their absence at AIDS Walk Detroit has become apparent. They were not around when contracting HIV was considered a death sentence. They didn't witness the LGBT community being ravaged in the 1980s. They've never heard of AZT. Instead, they're coming of age in the era of drug cocktails and PrEP.

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