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Michigan Southfield Passes Non-Discrimination Ordinance

SOUTHFIELD - Southfield City Council unanimously voted Jan. 26 to pass a city-wide non-discrimination ordinance that would add gender identity and sexual orientation protections to a list of protected classes. READ MORE.

Ann Arbor UM Student's Innovative Car-Bike Hybrid Featured At Detroit Auto Show

There were many new concept cars at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit this year, but none quite like the Future Cycles vehicles built by Cameron Van Dyke, a graduate student at the University of Michigan's Penny W. Stamps School of Art Design. READ MORE.

National Couple Behind Alabama Gay Marriage Case Grateful For Ruling

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - The couple whose lawsuit toppled Alabama's gay marriage ban said they are grateful, overjoyed and still a little a bit in disbelief. "We are still trying to take it all in. It's overwhelming. We're very grateful. Wow. It happened," Kim McKeand said. READ MORE.

Parting Glances: Days Of Wine And Roses

"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 the Broadway musical "My Fair Lady." READ MORE.

Schuette's Cowardly Plea To Discriminate

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette's op-ed in Sunday's Detroit Free Press attempted to defend his decision to continue fighting marriage equality all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. READ MORE.

Creep of the Week: Sally Kern

Mental illness is a serious, unfairly stigmatized issue in this country. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, one in four Americans deal with some kind of mental illness yearly and many receive no treatment. READ MORE.

Special Section: World AIDS Day
Study Finds Significant Racial Disparities For HIV Infection Among Black And White MSM

A study published in the journal The Lancet HIV reports that there is a significant disparity in HIV prevalence between black and white men who have sex with men. The study was published on Nov. 18 and found a startling 32 percent prevalence rate for black men who have sex with men, compared with only eight percent for white men who have sex with men.

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