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Michigan Jim Toy Turns 87, Reflects on a Lifetime of Activism

His self-edited bio reads that he's originally from New York. It's a line that's partially true at best. "I was born in New York in Manhattan and my mother died when I was born," explained longtime gay and civil rights activist Jim Toy. "So my dad moved us to Ohio to live with my grandparents." READ MORE.

National Trumps First 100 Days

The idea of reflecting upon a president's "first 100 days in office" started with President Franklin Roosevelt. According to The Washington Post, Roosevelt touted his own accomplishments in trying to pull the country out of the economic Great Depression. READ MORE.

Columns
Creep of the Week: Randy Thomasson

Remember when you got your driver's license and under "Gender" you had to choose Male, Female, or AIDS? Of course you don't, because three gender options don't exist on a driver's license form. Yet. READ MORE.

Positive Thoughts: Growing Pains

These are uncertain times we live in. When daily messages of hopelessness and despair fill your newsfeed, there may be a temptation to shut down and tune out, or to return to old, self-destructive behaviors in an effort to cope. READ MORE.

Disclosure and Deception

Caitlyn Jenner has an autobiography coming out, and sat down with Diane Sawyer to do an interview about her life as part of the promotional tour. I must admit that I did not watch this interview, because - to be frank - I'm really neither than keen nor curious when it comes to things about Ms Jenner. READ MORE.

Theater Michigan Opera Theatre Pays Tribute to David DiChiera

It is with heavy hearts that the Michigan Opera Theatre shared the news that their beloved founder and artistic director David DiChiera has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. READ MORE.

Special Section: World AIDS Day
Rising Above

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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