Sarah Bricker Hunt

Sarah Bricker Hunt

Sarah Bricker Hunt, a proud Eastern Michigan University alum and the managing editor for Pride Source/Between The Lines, believes in the power of intentional journalism focused on people building their communities through everyday acts of love and service.

Inside the Homes of Michigan LGBTQ+ Leaders

Home. Is it a place or a feeling? For some people, “home” is just somewhere to lay your head. For others, home can be a safe haven — a respite from a larger world that increasingly includes an anti-LGBTQ+ sentiment that has [...]

Why Accusations From Jonathan Van Ness Detractors Matter for Queer Representation

I wonder if the news team at Rolling Stone was as gleeful as they seemed when serving up the recent news that universally loved, nonbinary “Queer Eye” star Jonathan Van Ness might not actually be so universally loved. Chock full of [...]

See Chasten Buttigieg, Grab Kathy Griffin Tickets, Attend a 'Beautiful Thing' at The Ringwald Theatre

With the promise of spring just around the corner, it’s an ideal time to nourish your mind by joining a banned books club or hearing author Chasten Buttigieg talk about his memoir.  Beyond book events, support Ferndale Pride and the [...]

Stand with Trans and Other Michigan Orgs React to Trans Teen Nex Benedict's Death

Even as conservative members of the U.S. Congress threaten to shut down the federal government unless new anti-trans measures are adopted, organizations across the country, including several in Michigan, are responding to the recent death of a [...]

They Shoot, They Score: Detroit Pistons Launch an Entire Pro-Queer, All-Gender Apparel Collection

The Detroit Pistons are doing it up for a celebration of the organization’s 10th annual Pride Night, set for March 24. The event will kick off with a new Pistons-sponsored “Basketball for All” platform and mark the launch of a [...]

See a James Baldwin Documentary, Visit a Black Cinema Art Exhibit, Enjoy a 5-Course Meal, Read a Book by a Black Queer Author

Don’t let Black History Month slip by without taking advantage of some of the many events taking place in Southeast Michigan, including queer-imbued happenings like a newly restored documentary focused on queer icon James Baldwin and a new DIA [...]

'What Now?' How Michigan Is Stepping Up for Patients Left Behind as Ohio Bans Gender-Affirming Healthcare

In what feels like a scene from a horrifying Orwellian nightmare, thousands of transgender Americans lost their lifelines in January when a bill banning gender-affirming care was passed in Michigan’s most populous neighbor to the south, Ohio. [...]

Michigan Husbands Win Big on 'Wheel of Fortune' — See a Clip!

Husbands Greg Ruvolo and Tom Bayer won big on "Wheel of Fortune" this week — the Michigan couple, who live in Lathrup Village, took home a $6,000 cash prize and won a trip to Paris and Normandy, France. The prize package is worth $15,350 in [...]

LGBTQ+ Southeast Michigan Residents Urged to Weigh in on New Election District Maps

As Michigan voters look ahead to what is sure to be a contentious 2024 election cycle, one overarching — and often, overlooked — issue looms large: the future of Michigan’s House and Senate election district maps. The outcome [...]

5 Questions with Queer ‘On Your Feet!’ Cast Member Jake Dylan Ahead of Fox Theatre Performance 

Detroiters will have only a brief opportunity to see the Broadway hit musical “On Your Feet! The Story Of Emilio & Gloria Estefan” when the touring production comes to the Fox Theatre Feb. 24. The musical features the Latin-pop [...]

Michigan Husbands Become Second Same-Sex Couple to Ever Compete During Sweethearts Week on 'Wheel of Fortune'

“Wheel of Fortune” has been part of the evening routine for local couple Greg Ruvolo and Tom Bayer throughout their 18-year relationship and six years of marriage. You might even call the Lathrup Village couple experts on the wildly [...]

Queer Delights Await: What You Should Know About This Year’s Dirty Show in Detroit

If you could pick up Detroit’s Dirty Show and plunk it down in any other city, it wouldn’t be the same. There’s something uniquely Detroit about the annual erotic art show, which has become a veritable institution in this Midwestern [...]