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Michigan First Ever Lesbian Candidate Runs for State Attorney General

When civil rights and criminal attorney Dana Nessel officially announced her campaign for state attorney general on Aug. 15 she said she will work to protect all the people, including members of the LGBTQ community. READ MORE.

National Man Charged in Md. Trans Murder Sentenced to 30 Years

A Montgomery County Circuit Court judge on Aug. 18 handed down a sentence of 30 years in prison for one of two D.C. men charged in the April 2016 stabbing death of a transgender woman at the Red Roof Inn motel in Rockville, Md. READ MORE.

Creep of the Week: Donald J. Trump

As I write this, the name of the woman killed while protesting white supremacist Nazi alt-humans has just been released. Heather Heyer, 32 years old, was murdered at a Nazi rally by a Nazi terrorist slamming his car into a crowd. READ MORE.

Parting Glances: O Those "Revocable Waivers"!

On several sporty occasions I've dined at Angelina's Italian Bistro in Downtown Detroit with BTL co-publishers Jan Stevenson and Susan Horowitz, loyal Tiger baseball fans. READ MORE.

A Dog Whistle Is a Dog Whistle Is a Dog Whistle

We started penning this week's op-ed last Thursday when the sad and horrific arson attack on a Jackson LGBT couple took their home and five dear pets. Since then the spectacle of hate has gripped the nation with the events in Charlottesville, Virginia tearing at our hearts and minds. READ MORE.

Special Section: Home
Photographer Creates Snapshot of LGBTQ Living

Home means different things to different people which photographer Tom Atwood captures in his new book, "Kings & Queens in Their Castles." The book offers a window into the lives and homes of some of America's most intriguing and eccentric LGBTQ personalities.

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