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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.

Meet the Appointees to the First-Ever Statewide LGBTQ+ Commission

Gov. Whitmer announces diverse group of 13 Michigan community members to lead the advisory board.

How to Give Back to Local LGBTQ+ Non-Profits on Giving Tuesday and Beyond

The annual arrival of Giving Tuesday is a welcome time of year for non-profits that rely on donations and other acts of giving to drive their charitable missions. Financial donations and volunteer efforts tend to pick up around the holidays, and that [...]

Bigotry at Biggby? What You Need to Know About Lawsuit Focused on Biggby Owner Who Fired Three Queer Employees in One Day

Michigan’s expanded Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act (ELCRA) will take center stage in an upcoming civil case brought by two queer employees fired in a single day by an overtly religious Biggby Coffee shop franchise owner in Mount Pleasant. A [...]

Gov. Whitmer Speaks Out on International Transgender Day of Remembrance

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer posted to X, formerly Twitter, today to commemorate the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance. “Trans Day of Remembrance is a day of reflection and mourning. While we may never be able to fully heal the wounds caused by [...]

See Mariah Belt a Modern Christmas Classic in Detroit, Commemorate World AIDS Day, Get Your PRISM Chorus Holiday Show Tickets

Whether you’re planning to bathe yourself in every drop of holiday splendor you can squeeze out of the 2023 holiday season or just hoping it will go quickly, you’re not alone. If you’re in the former camp, join up with other merry [...]

Meet Jaiyah Saelua, the Fa’afafine Trans Woman Who Inspired Pivotal Role in Taika Waititi’s ‘Next Goal Wins’

Seeing herself portrayed in a Hollywood movie was an experience Jaiyah Saelua won’t soon forget, but she’s more struck by the way “Next Goal Wins” portrays the American Samoan fa’afafine (fah-fa-fee-neh) [...]

Michigan Hair Salon Charged with Discrimination Over Anti-Trans Facebook Post

Studio 8 Hair Lab is in the “find out” phase of its “fuck around and find out” transphobic journey that began in July.

Pink to Shower Florida Fans with Banned Books in ‘Don’t Say Gay’ State

Pink fans attending her shows in Florida this week will benefit from a peaceful act of defiance on the part of the acrobatic pop princess thanks to a partnership with PEN America, an organization focused on defending and promoting freedom of [...]

What You Need to Know About Michigan’s Surrogacy Laws — and Why These State Reps Are Working to Change Them

Becoming a parent as a member of the queer community is often a challenging, expensive process. In Michigan, it can be downright criminal. Right now, contracting with a surrogate in Michigan is literally a felony, according to the 1988 Surrogate [...]

Voters Restore Funding to Michigan Library Targeted by National Movement to Ban LGBTQ+ Content

Lovers of free speech and books are rejoicing this week after voters in West Michigan sent a clear message to far-right book banners. In a heartening turn of events, the famously defunded Patmos Library in Ottawa County has emerged victorious, [...]

Black Trans Activist Raquel Willis on Why Stories Like Hers Need to Be Heard

When Raquel Willis took the stage at the National Women’s March in Washington, D.C. the day after Trump's inauguration in January 2017, with beaming defiance and fierce resolve, she didn’t sidestep the controversial way trans women had [...]

See Taylor Swift Drag in Royal Oak, Watch a Roller Derby Match, Meet Dana Nessel at a Queer Adult Cabaret

What will the rest of your rapidly evaporating 2023 feature? Don’t sit out the last few weeks of the year — make it worthwhile with a slate of queer events exciting enough to pry you from your cozy home. See “Drag Race” star [...]