The art of storytelling embedded in movies helps us to share our unique story when no other avenue would quite do it justice. Since 2012, OutReels Cincinnati has used feature films and compelling narratives to paint a picture and share the stories of the LGBTQ+ community in a way that evokes new thoughts and emotions. 

LGBTQ+ art lovers and party people rejoice! The best of both worlds is set to occur at the second annual “Loud and Proud” Season 2 Kickoff Party on September 27th at the Columbus Museum of Art. Prizm spoke with organizer Gabriel Mastin to share what’s in store with the Museum’s hottest affinity group, and why such an initiative is so important.

A chorus of anger, disapproval, and outright embarrassment broke out across the Buckeye State with the news that Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost voluntarily signed the state onto an amicus brief sent to the Supreme Court arguing that discrimination against the LGBTQ+ community is not outlawed by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and is thus permissible.

Coined as the first Pride in the city of Kent, the Rainbow Squirrel Festival has been many months in the making and a long time in the coming. Hosted on October 3 by PRIDE! Kent, a Kent State University student organization, organizers feel an event like this was sorely overdue.

The Trump administration has found a new ally in their fight against LGBTQ+ rights: the state of Ohio.

On Friday, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost released a statement announcing that he had signed Ohio’s name onto an amicus brief sent to the Supreme Court arguing that discrimination against the LGBTQ+ community is not outlawed by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and is thus permissible.