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National HUD Proposes Rule Ensuring Equal Access To Housing And Services In Accordance With Gender Identity

After a careful review and monitor of its implementation of equal access to housing in its programs regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, the U.S. Housing and Urban Development announced Nov. 20 its proposed "Equal Access in Accordance with an Individual's Gender Identity in Community Planning and Development Programs Rule (Gender Identity Rule)." READ MORE.

Creep of the Week: Peter Sprigg

Now, a low score on HRC's CEI doesn't necessarily mean a company is anti-LGBT. But the higher a company's score, the better that company is to its LGBT employees. Of course, some folks think the CEI is a bunch of baloney. Like Peter Sprigg of the virulently anti-LGBT Family Research Council. READ MORE.

BTL Editorial: The End Of HIV Is Near...

The end of HIV is near ... If we make use of the tools available to us today. And that is no short order. READ MORE.

World AIDS Day

We plan in the coming year to building a more robust HIVAIDS program that can support policies and programs toward achieving zero new infections, zero discrimination and zero HIV-related deaths in our community. But we are only as good as our partners. READ MORE.

Holiday Gift Guide Designing Below The Belt

Jerome Fulton, 28, moved to NYC when he was just 19 to pursue his degree in fashion. He transfered to the Fashion Institute of Technology after just two years at Western Michigan University to harness his passion for fashion into skills that would be most marketable in the fashion industry. READ MORE.

Special Section: World AIDS Day
World AIDS Day Event Calendar

Commemorate World AIDS Day Dec. 1 with these events in the Metro Detroit and Ann ArborYpsilanti areas.

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