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Creep of the Week Creep of the Week: Betsy DeVos

If you're a school administrator, a teacher, or even a whole school district and you want to assert your right to discriminate against some of your students FOR REASONS, you're in luck! The Education Department under Betsy DeVos ain't gonna stop you. (Unless you're against white Christians probably.) READ MORE.

Parting Glances Parting Glances: You're Only Gay Once, Mary!

"It's a pity that youth is wasted on the young," said George Bernard Shaw, whose play "Pygmalion" was given a fresh start and a heart pacer as a Broadway musical and, later, a movie "My Fair Lady." READ MORE.

Viewpoints 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.

Letters Letter: Tobacco Use And Prevention In LGBT Community Needs More Attention

With the recent death of Hall-of-Fame baseball player Tony Gwynn due to tobacco-related oral cancer, the public is talking more about the harms associated with tobacco use. While iconically tied to baseball, tobacco use is widespread among Michigan residents. But Michiganders who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) are at an even greater risk of tobacco related health problems. READ MORE.

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