The Sunday after the United Methodist Church’s global lawmaking body met in St. Louis and voted to strengthen bans on same-sex marriage and LGBTQIA+ clergy, I spent a morning wearing my rainbow stole outside of Reynoldsburg United Methodist Church telling people in suburban Columbus that God loves even me.

Nate Moster calls himself “a corporate-turned-creative.”

“I worked in marketing for 15 years, and after six years at a global healthcare technology company, I hit my wall,” he says. “I didn’t know if I hated the company or the work more, but it negatively affected me.”

We’ve all faced adversity as LGBTQ people, and we all react to it in different ways. Put me in the get-mad-and-get-even category. It comes from 32 years as a journalist and 54 years as an Italian.

Prizm News / February 1, 2019 / By Vanessa Rosario Rachel Rosario and Vanessa Rosario Hometown: Cleveland Identify As: Lesbians Pronouns: She/Her/Hers Vanessa and Rachel Rosario knew of each other though a cousin of Vanessa’s who was a high school classmate of Rachel’s. Rachel sent the first message via Facebook.Continue Reading