Want to see where the candidates stand on AIDS? AIDSVote.org provides a list of the candidates answers to a comprehensive survey about HIV/AIDS related issues including health care, disease prevention, research, and the global AIDS [...]
Comedy Central's one-hour comedy special "Out on the Edge" is billed as "the best of alternative comedy with a distinctly gay edge." Indeed, it feels a lot like a Michigan Women's Music Festival for girls [...]
NEW YORK - In a first-of-its-kind publication released Jan. 16, Lambda Legal offers information to same-sex couples who are considering whether to get married and are deciding where to do it, in Canada or Massachusetts. [...]
DETROIT - He's leaving, but it's unlikely his work will be forgotten anytime soon. J. Michael Lippy, Triangle Foundation's ingenious events coordinator for the past two and a half years, is leaving both the agency [...]
NEW YORK - Freedom to Marry, a national non-profit organization dedicated to marriage equality for same-sex couples, has relaunched its web site, retaining its original address: www.FreedomtoMarry.org. The site highlights a diverse collection of organizations [...]
AP Wire Service Despite laws on the books already barring same-sex marriage, legislators in at least nine states are pushing for new, more sweeping measures in hopes of preventing any ripple effect from laws and [...]
Voting can be confusing, and at times getting answers to even the most basic questions can seem daunting. With the presidential election in November, the LGBT community cannot afford to have any of its members [...]
FERNDALE - Midwest AIDS Prevention Project, a statewide leader in the fight against HIV/AIDS, has announced a new program starting in February called Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH)-sponsored HIV (antibody) testing and counseling. According [...]
By Jay Kaplan If anyone in our community doubts that the 2004 Presidential Election will affect the fortunes and future of LGBT civil rights and equality, they didn't tune in to President Bush's State of [...]
LANSING - After an extensive six-month search, Michigan Equality (ME) has hired Ingham County Commissioner Chris Swope to be the agency's first executive director. The decision was a powerful move forward for both the agency [...]
DEARBORN - Actor and comedian Jason Stuart is bringing his "My Big Fat Gay Jewish Comedy Tour" to Joey's Comedy Club in Dearborn Jan. 30-31. Although Stuart isn't big and fat, he is gay and [...]
Photos by Danielle Opening night of Reel Pride continued with a celebration of food and music at Jim Fresard's.
Photos by Danielle A night of fun with the gang.
By Brent Dorian Carpenter It began with one more insult than I was prepared to bear. Hodo, a WHPR radio personality, read over the airwaves my article in the Michigan Citizen concerning Adodi, a black [...]
By Sharon Gittleman DETROIT - Don't be surprised if the next time you tune in your favorite sitcom, you see gay people talking about their fight for justice on the screen. The Gill Foundation is [...]
He's black. He's openly gay. And he's helping to raise three white kids. "He's my angel," Ann Wilson said of local actor James Bowen, who earlier this year was recognized by the Detroit Free Press, [...]