Chris Cicchinelli sat in his car outside the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. He had finally accepted his child’s longtime insistence that she was a girl, not a boy. He had finally let her pick out girl’s clothes. But at the door of the place that offers care for transgender kids and support for their families, he was nervous and afraid.

The new year is upon us, and with it rings the familiarity of setting new goals, joining another gym and high intentions of slaying your body, life and fitness. There’s something about this fresh beginning that makes it easier to make big commitments to yourself. But are you making the kind of commitment that will lead to long-term freedom? New year, new you, right?

Prizm News / November 26, 2018 / By Prizm News From vigils to Zumba, events and gatherings are planned for the 30th annual observance.   By Prizm News World AIDS Day will be marked across Ohio this week with vigils, discussions, fundraising events, testing a Zumba-thon and more. Dec. 1Continue Reading