As the world continues to learn more about coronavirus and its spread, it's vital to stay up-to-date on the latest developments. However, it's also important to make sure that the information being distributed is from credible sources. To that end, Between The Lines has compiled, [...]
by Rex Wockner INTERNATIONAL NEWS The U.S. consul general in Tijuana, Steve Kashkett, held a cocktail reception and meeting with about 50 members of Tijuana's LGBT community June 28 at his residence in the city's [...]
By Tana Michaels SAGINAW- Outstanding members of the Tri-City's LGBT community were honored at the Perceptions-sponsored third annual Saginaw Valley LGBT Pride Awards Banquet held June 28 at Saginaw's Andersen Enrichment Center. Perceptions Saginaw Valley [...]
By BTL Staff Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced on June 29 plans to begin collecting health data on LGBT populations as well as new draft standards for collecting and reporting data on [...]
After the marriage equality victory in NY, the president is pressed by media on his same-sex marriage views, which he says are ‘evolving.’ What do you think?
Heard on Facebook I like the president to both declare my rights and be coy about them. So cute. -Kerri Covey Kerri, how is he being coy about our rights? Not one president has done [...]
By Nusrat Ventimiglia Viewpoint Last month, the Michigan Court of Appeals rejected one man's so-called "gay panic" defense. In Michigan v. Cutler the court agreed that a criminal defendant was not entitled to present his [...]