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.

Michigan LGBTQ+ Advocates Working to Dismantle ‘Gay Panic’ Criminal Defense

In a move that Michigan LGBTQ+ advocates say is long overdue, the Democrat-led Michigan legislature is moving forward on HB 4718, a bill that would eliminate the “gay panic” defense across the state. The bill made it out of committee [...]

Jonathan Van Ness Takes a Whirlwind Tour Educating Transphobes on the Realties of Women in Sports

Jonathan Van Ness, beauty influencer, entrepreneur, amateur gymnast, star of Netflix's “Queer Eye” and all-around fantastic human being, has been putting in way too much emotional labor batting down tired arguments about trans women in [...]

Queer Things to Do: Get in One More Pride Fest, See Gina Chavez and Renée Fleming, Help Launch a New Queer Book

Now that the “Barbie” hoopla has passed, you can seek out queer energy in new places. Just kidding — it’s time to sort out your Barbiecore Halloween costume.

Alexander Skarsgård Enjoys a Gay Old Time at Gay Club and We're Here For It

Sweden is just bragging at this point with its universal healthcare and random Skarsgård sightings.

Female Conductors Are Rare — But They Were Almost Unheard of When Nan Washburn Got Her Start 25 Years Ago

Washburn reflects on what's changed since she first arrived in Plymouth

Queer Things to Do: See 'Bottoms,' Attend the Funky Ferndale Art Fair, Reflect on Suicide Awareness Month

You totally deserve a break from the absolute shit-shows competing for your attention in the worlds of entertainment news and politics. We all do, which is why it’s a good thing there are so many good things happening in the latter half of [...]

The Black, Gay ‘Michelangelo of Detroit’ Finally Gets His Own Show

Out before the Civil Rights Era, LeRoy Foster created a mural that Detroiters see every day.

When Annaliese Wilbur Returns to the Fisher Theatre, This Time They’ll Be on Stage

Wilbur on their full circle journey and why they feel queer representation in artistic performance is so important

If We’ve Learned Anything From Carlos Santana and Alice Cooper, It’s Knowing When to STFU

Look. No one says the conversation around queer issues (particularly transgender issues) is uncomplicated. These topics require thoughtfulness and nuance, and even then, people in the know don’t always get it right. Luckily, when people with [...]

Queer Things to Do: Meet Mercury Stardust, See Tove Lo, Plan for Mackinac Island Pride, Volunteer for Local LGBTQ+ Youth

As another summer draws to a close, it can feel tempting to lean into all that Big Pumpkin Spice energy emanating from your social media feeds. But before you break out your figure-flattering cardigan stash, enjoy the sunshine and warmth on your bare

His World Caught Fire, But Willie Carver Won’t Stop Advocating for Queer Students Everywhere

When Willie Carver finished his first book of poetry, he landed on the perfect title — or so he thought. Carver’s chosen title came from an Appalachian proverb: “The Truth Will Stand When the World’s on Fire.” But while it was an apt title that

Michigan Is a Queer Sanctuary, But These Michigan Communities Missed the Memo

After the Democrat sweep that saw the party wrest control from Republican lawmakers last November, Michigan has become the center of new hope for a rebirth of a Midwestern “blue wall,” garnering enthusiastic national attention… and [...]