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Creep of the Week Creep of the Week: Wes Goodman

Something totally unprecedented has happened and I am not sure how to break this news to you, my loyal readers. In fact, I doubt that you will even believe what I am about to tell you, it is so rare and unheard of. It's basically the unicorn of conservative politics, so prepare to be shocked: READ MORE.

Parting Glances Parting Glances: Memories of a Near-Forgotten Past (Pt. 5)

Fifty years ago Detroit's Washington Boulevard was a busy setting for exclusive shops, upscale restaurants, elegant bistros stretching sedately from Grand Circus Park's popular Statler Hotel to Michigan Avenue's prestigious Sheraton Cadillac. READ MORE.

Viewpoints Transmission: November Hope

Eight transgender people across the United States were elected. They were joined by a number of other diverse voices, including the first openly intersexed public official, Betsy Driver, the first turbaned Sikh mayor, Ravi Bhalla of Hoboken, New Jersey, and many others. It was a big night for democracy, for diversity, and a positively huge time for transgender people. 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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Activist Cleve Jones has lived an extraordinary life, filled with world-changing friends and figureheads from Harvey Milk to Dustin Lance Black.

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