After a 3+ hour meeting on Monday night and in front of an overflowing crowd of hundreds, Medina took a huge step forward in the fight for equality as they became the 25th Ohio community to pass comprehensive protections for the LGBTQ+ community.
When I offhandedly hear that someone has placed the blame for a national tragedy at the feet of the LGBTQ+ community, I usually just roll my eyes. Rarely do I care about the desperate ravings of some random televangelist (not my faith) or far-away elected dogcatcher (not my community).
Popular culture usually portrays the pool party as a light-hearted, carefree experience. However, it can be anything but for individuals who attend, only to find themselves judged based on their appearance.
Prizm News / June 10, 2019 / By Joshua Culbertson
(Photo courtesy of the West Ohio Conference of The United Methodist Church)
Reflections from the recent West Ohio Conference of the United Methodist Church
By Joshua Culbertson
As someone who has spent time on...
Prizm News / April 1, 2019 / By David-Elijah Nahmod
"Now that there is more visibility, people are hearing our stories in new ways," says singer/songwriter Eli Conley, who will perform Wednesday in Oberlin, where he graduated from college in 2008. (Photo by Brooke Porter)
A Tuesday workshop and...
Prizm News / April 1, 2019 / By Prizm News
(Photo by Corey Melton)
Gregory A. King
Hometown: KentIdentifies As: GayPronouns: He/Him/His
When Gregory King was a grad student in Texas, he was asked to read the works of scholars who represented a...