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Viewpoints Transmissions: Make the Change

A transgender woman, distraught with her life, walked out onto a U.S. Highway to take her life. She was struck by a truck and killed. She left behind a suicide note. You may have immediately thought of Leelah Alcorn, who did this very same thing at the end of 2014... READ MORE.

Op Ed: Voting Out Anti-LGBT Candidates in Oakland County

It was Sheriff Bouchard who ordered his Narcotics Enforcement Team (NET) to raid Oakland County's first gay nightclub back in the 1990s, known as Cobalt. READ MORE.

Hillary for President

For LGBT voters, there is only one reasonable choice for President of the United States on Nov. 8, and that is Hillary Clinton. It is not only because the alternative is unthinkable; it is affirmatively because Hillary Clinton is a champion for human rights, including equal rights for LGBT people here in America and around the world. READ MORE.

Transmissions: What Do You See?

Set to a cover of the Tom Jones's hit "She's A Lady," a new H&M ad features women of several ethnicities, ages and body types flaunting H&M's fashions. It's a positive, affirming message chock full of the sort of feel-good tropes I would expect from any fashion-forward retailer in 2016. Or it's "disgusting" and "confusing for children" if you are a member of the anti-LGBT hate group One Million Moms. READ MORE.

'Inappropriate and Underhanded'

Last week, Democratic Eaton County Commissioner Howard Spence was the victim of a vile political smear job. A smear job that tracks back to his Republican opponent and her supporters. READ MORE.

Positive Thoughts: No Blame, No Shame

I graduated college in 1992, the same year I tested HIV positive. Sometime in the late '90s, I reconnected with a college friend. He was actually a friend with benefits, so I was quite happy when he tracked me down, which wasn't that easy back then, at least compared with today. READ MORE.

Special Section: Automotive
Former Chrysler Executive Talks Workplace Inclusivity

As an openly gay man, Fred Hoffman said, "I really didn't know if there would be an issue." And while he wasn't waving rainbow flags when he was recruited by Chrysler in 1988, he was told being gay wasn't a problem.

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