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National HHS Nixes Plan to Eliminate LGBT Questions from Elder Survey

The Department of Health & Human Services has reversed itself on a plan to eliminate questions allowing LGBT elders to identify their sexual orientation from a federal health survey amid pressure from LGBT advocates and members of Congress. READ MORE.

A Sadder Pride Because of Washington Inaction

Every June, Pride comes to our cities and towns. We break out the rainbow flags, march in parades, and celebrate our uniqueness and being together. But Pride feels different this year. READ MORE.

Transmissions: A Target for Pride

It was 25 years ago this year that I began to come out in earnest as a trans woman. My wife and I both came out as bisexual around the same time. Depending on how you want to count things, her and I have been in a lesbian relationship for about as long. READ MORE.

Jenison 'Tone Deaf' on Title IX Issue

On May 30, the 7th Circuit Federal Court of Appeals issued a great decision for transgender students. Too bad Jenison Public Schools isn't paying attention to it. READ MORE.

Ann Arbor T-Time with FtM A2 Ypsi

For those who are looking for a place to meet other trans folks in and around the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti areas, mark the calendar for June 26. FtM A2 Ypsi will host "T-Time," a social gathering and safe space for by trans people for trans people of all ages. READ MORE.

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