Saturday, February 24, 2018
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The Dock in Cincinnati Is the Latest Ohio Gay Bar Set to Close

Prizm News / February 7, 2018 / By Bob Vitale The state of Ohio has bought the nightclub to make way for nearby bridge improvements, but its final night isn't yet certain.       By Bob Vitale Say goodbye to another gay bar: The...

Love Stories

Prizm News / February 1, 2018 A collection of connections sharing a common love within our community.   Brandon Buchanan & Joseph Pedro - Columbus   How did you meet? Joe: Brandon approached me first and asked me on a date, which is something I would have never...

Springfield Expands Anti-Bias, Hate-Crime Protections

Prizm News / January 30, 2018 / By Bob Vitale Twenty Ohio cities now include sexual orientation and gender identity in local nondiscrimination laws. By Bob Vitale On the eve of a hearing in Columbus on statewide anti-discrimination protections for LGBTQ people,...

Springfield Commissioners to Vote on Nondiscrimination Ordinance

Prizm News / January 29, 2018 / By Bob Vitale The city would become the 20th in Ohio to include gender identity and sexual orientation in its local anti-bias laws.   By Bob Vitale Springfield could become the 20th Ohio municipality to ban discrimination...

In Cincinnati and Newark, Two Seats at the Table

LGBTQ Ohioans had incredible success at the polls in November. As the new year begins, election winners are taking office.   By Bob Vitale Tamaya Dennard took her oath as a new member of the Cincinnati City Council on Tuesday with her...

Healthy at Every Age

Prizm News / January 1, 2018 / By Larry Johnson, Tracy Smith, Mason Caminiti, Ashleigh Alexander LGBTQ Ohioans in their 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s share their advice and experience for getting started and staying motivated.   Larry Johnson Cincinnati Age: 66   I...

Transgender Cincinnati Teen Fights Parents in Court

By Prizm News A court case with echoes of Leelah Alcorn is making news in Cincinnati. A 16-year-old transgender boy, backed by Hamilton County social workers, has asked a local judge to allow him treatment at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. His parents...

How Your Holiday Shopping Can Help LGBTQ Causes

By Bob Vitale You've vowed not to overdo it this holiday season.  But you know you will.  Far be it from us to enable bad habits—you sure you don't want one more slice?—but if you're going to overspend, you might as well...

Ohio Voters Elect 17 Openly Gay and Lesbian Candidates

Prizm News / November 7, 2017 / By Bob Vitale Cincinnati and Newark become the first Ohio cities with two openly gay council members.                             By Bob Vitale  Gay and lesbian candidates were elected to nine city and village councils Tuesday, and 17...

Election 2017: Meet Ohio’s 20 Openly Gay and Lesbian Candidates

There are 20 openly gay and lesbian candidates on Ohio's local-election ballots today. They're seeking office as city and village council members, school board members, a city auditor and a municipal court judge. AKRON Patrick Bravo, executive director of the Summit...
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