Prizm News / May 10, 2018 / By Bob Vitale
Licking County commissioners won't show support for the LGBTQ community by displaying rainbow lights at the courthouse for Newark Pride, but we have friends in higher places.
Thanks to Jeremy Blake for capturing this photo yesterday of a rainbow over Downtown Newark and the very courthouse that commissioners have decided to...
Majorities in every state want gender identity and sexual orientation added to their anti-bias laws.
By Bob Vitale
Of Americans who live in states where discrimination is allowed against LGBTQ people, Ohioans are among the most supportive of anti-bias laws that cover sexual orientation and gender identity, according to a new national survey of American attitudes on LGBTQ issues.
The 2017 American Values Atlas, released today by the...
One commissioner said they received "a lot of requests" and couldn't please everyone. Records show no one but Newark Pride organizers formally asked for courthouse lights.
By Bob Vitale
A Licking County commissioner who said "a lot of requests" to light the local courthouse led to a policy that excluded Newark Pride acknowledged Tuesday that just one request has been received...
Prizm News / April 1, 2018 / By Bob Vitale
National Give Out Day, an online fundraising effort for our community's organizations, is scheduled for April 19.
Commentary by Bob Vitale
Twice in the past month, friends got in touch with me...
Prizm News / April 1, 2018 / By Prizm News
The three-day transgender and ally conference is scheduled for April 27-29 in Columbus.
By Prizm News
TransOhio will host its 10th annual Transgender and Ally Symposium from Friday, April 27 to Sunday,...
Amazon is turning the 1992 movie into a comedy series.
By Romeo San Vicente
Remember that part in "A League of Their Own" where Rosie O’Donnell talks about feeling different from the other women, and how that was pretty much all the lesbian coding the script was willing to give to Rosie O’Donnell in a movie about women’s baseball?
The movie was...
Akron gave the world-class pianist the chance to live openly as a gay man. He lends his gift every year to help other LGBTQ people do the same.
By Ken Schneck
Quick pop quiz: What do you see when you envision a piano?
The promise of music? The joy or dread of an upcoming lesson? The backbone of a faith-based service?