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Springfield Commissioners to Vote on Nondiscrimination Ordinance

Prizm News / January 29, 2018 / By Bob Vitale The city would become the 20th in Ohio to include gender identity and sexual orientation in its local anti-bias laws.   By Bob Vitale Springfield could become the 20th Ohio municipality to ban discrimination...

Administration Issues ‘License to Discriminate’ Against LGBTQ Patients

Prizm News / January 22, 2018 / By Bob Vitale   By Bob Vitale As the medical profession takes a step forward with efforts to recognize and respect the unique needs of LGBTQ patients, here comes the Trump administration with an attempt...

In Cincinnati and Newark, Two Seats at the Table

LGBTQ Ohioans had incredible success at the polls in November. As the new year begins, election winners are taking office.   By Bob Vitale Tamaya Dennard took her oath as a new member of the Cincinnati City Council on Tuesday with her...

Two Clevelands

Prizm News / January 1, 2018 / By Bob Vitale Many LGBTQ residents give their city high marks for equality and acceptance. But a national report on local policies paints a different picture. By Bob Vitale Nearly four years after 10,000 LGBTQ...

A Fresh Face

Prizm News / January 1, 2018 / By Kayla Beard While growing up in Dayton, Leah Byrd didn’t see many characters like herself on screen. So she created one.   By Kayla Beard Leah Byrd knows from personal experience the impact media can have...

January 2018 Issue

Prizm News / January 1, 2018

Megan Kilgore Sworn In as Columbus City Auditor

By Bob Vitale Retiring Columbus City Auditor Hugh Dorrian had some advice Thursday for his successor, who was elected in November by the widest margin of any candidate on the municipal ballot.  "Stay being Megan Kilgore," Dorrian said before administering the...

Cleveland Breaks Ground for New LGBT Center

Prizm News / December 14, 2017 / By Bob Vitale   'This is amazing and a dream come true,' director says of the facility that will triple space and expand center programming.   By Bob Vitale When the LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland...

Transgender Cincinnati Teen Fights Parents in Court

By Prizm News A court case with echoes of Leelah Alcorn is making news in Cincinnati. A 16-year-old transgender boy, backed by Hamilton County social workers, has asked a local judge to allow him treatment at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. His parents...

Nickie Antonio Announces State Senate Candidacy

By Prizm News The first openly gay Ohioan elected to the state House of Representatives hopes to become the first openly gay Ohioan elected to the state Senate. State Rep. Nickie Antonio announced her candidacy Thursday in Ohio's 23rd Senate District,...