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Where the Past Meets the Present: Capturing Pride 40 Years Ago

Are we capturing history every day without even knowing it? Forty years ago, photographer Nicholas Blair wasn’t intentionally immortalizing a specific era [...]

LGBTQ+ Books Are Being Attacked, But Many Are Still Being Published. Here Are 15 New Queer Titles.

In an era when books by or about LGBTQ+ people are being taken off library shelves and banned in grade schools, there’s never been a more important time [...]

A Michigan Social Justice Warrior Fighting The Good Fight with an Unlikely Weapon: Quilt Making

A handmade quilt might bring to mind a bygone era in American history — a time when handicrafts like quilting were the norm and long before [...]

Is #MeToo Lacking a Queer, Racially Diverse Focus? These Essayists Say Yes.

The #MeToo era was a turning point in a larger, much-needed conversation about consent, but a new book is challenging some of the basic assumptions around that [...]

The Trans Comic Artist Changing Minds One Panel at a Time

Sophie Labelle has been drawing comics ever since she was a kid. As a young trans activist and student at the Université du Québec à [...]

Warm Up With These LGBTQ+ Winter Reads By (Mostly) Michigan Authors

Michigan gets a bad rap when it comes to winter weather. Yeah, you might lose a hubcap trying to maneuver around Volvo-sized potholes (and yeah, it’s [...]