Three days a week, LGBTQ kids as young as 11 can drop by the LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland to play video games, watch TV, do crafts and hang out.
At the Harvey House in Toledo, there are clothes in the closet for teens who want to change into something more comfortably aligned with their gender identity.
Dinner and a discussion are planned in Columbus, a community conversation is planned in Cincinnati, and there’s a party tonight in Toledo in honor of Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. First, the party: It’s a Red Party—as in, wear red, because there’s a Best Red Outfit contest—that starts at 9 p.m. at McCune’s Other Side Bistro (5038 Lewis Ave., Toledo, 43612). Entertainers include DJ L Weez, hostess T.T., Nikka Fierce, Fearless, the Fabulous Raven, Destin and Aaron Knowles.
Prizm News / January 7, 2018 / By Bob Vitale Leaders say joining forces will enhance services for LGBTQ people across Ohio. By Bob Vitale The Buckeye Region Anti-Violence Organization, which for 22 years has chronicled crimes against LGBTQ Ohioans and worked to prevent them, will become part of