Ten years later, I’m still grateful that what Amy said keeps reaching people who need to hear what I needed to hear as a gay teen.
As a queer, Black woman, artist and activist, I see my many intersectional communities making progress but still under attack.
With all the hate and violence and repression, one of the most important safe spaces is in the arms of family.
That 2006 report by BTL was a warning of the rise of a new form of white supremacy.
The poem serves as an intentional call to action for women to recognize their potential, follow their dreams and embrace and garner enough self-love to pass
My passion to advocate for the rights and dignity of transgender people was born on a newspaper delivery route.
While a handful of theaters embraced our coverage from the beginning, others did not.
We figured we could educate voters on what people really stood for and who liked them.
July 1, 1999: Crimes Are Very Similar: Murder Suspect Convicted of Killing Gay Man Exactly 20 Years Ago
Speaking to McCormick’s nephew, I learned how carefully the man who had marched with the likes of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Jesse Jackson had
One trend has continued for as long as I can remember: When it comes to mental health, LGBTQ+ students are still struggling more than their peers.
I am grateful to have documented the perspectives of different Michiganders who made the pilgrimage by chartered bus: A gay man from Battle Creek there to honor
We wanted a queer, feminist revolution. We understood that a newspaper would be a fulcrum for that radical vision. And it was.
When I founded Between The Lines in 1993, I wanted our community’s newspaper to celebrate our freedom and creativity while sounding the alarm about people who
This summer marks a milestone anniversary, yet most people don’t realize there’s an anniversary to mark.A half century ago, Michiganders who united [...]
Early coordinator of the Detroit Gay Liberation Front, a founder of the Metropolitan Community Church of Detroit, and a constant gadfly for change within the [...]
February is, of course, Black History Month. It’s a good opportunity to celebrate and learn more about Black history, but it can be challenging to piece [...]
Jim Toy Just Received His Honorary Doctorate from U-M. Here's What the Pioneering LGBTQ+ Activist Told Us.
Fifty years ago this fall, pioneering activist Jim Toy co-founded, with Cyndi Gair, the Human Sexuality Office at the University of Michigan. Now designated [...]
As the nation mourns the passing of former U.S. Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, attorneys who argued major LGBTQ cases before the U.S. Supreme Court [...]
Ric Grenell, the former acting director of national intelligence and who's now the face of the Trump campaign's LGBTQ outreach, rebuked a reporter Friday at [...]
Representatives of the Office of the Mayor as well as the Director of the D.C. Department of Transportation looked on as a rainbow crosswalk was installed at [...]
As June 28 approaches, the LGBTQ community around the world prepares to commemorate the Stonewall riots that happened on that date in 1969. But as significant [...]
In a historic development, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday federal law bars discrimination against workers for being LGBTQ, affirming long-sought [...]