It’s a sobering reality that transgendered youths are at a higher risk of homelessness and suicide than their peers. With a new multi-disciplinary approach to treating trans adolescents, the Center for Gender Affirming Medicine at Akron Children’s Hospital is poised to help address that disparity.

On August 24, thousands of LGBTQ+ Ohioans will flock to Akron to partake in the city’s third annual Equality March, followed by the fun-filled festival replete with local talent, food trucks, exhibitions, and an overwhelming representation of pride.

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.

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