Monday, August 20, 2018

Living With Change Foundation Is Changing Life for Trans Youth, Families

PRIZM News / June 1, 2018 / By Bob Vitale The new Cincinnati foundation aims to expand treatment, educate schools, connect resources.   By Bob Vitale Perhaps no community in America has taken Leelah Alcorn’s message to heart more than her own hometown. Since...

Cincinnati Teens Are Transitioning With the World

Their families are supportive, their schools are trying, and their futures are bright. Is it a sign that society is being fixed?   A Conversation With Staley Munroe Prizm creative director Staley Munroe sat down recently with three fellow transgender Ohioans to...

Can Richard Cordray Win Ohio Back?

PRIZM News / June 1, 2018 / By Bob Vitale Two years after our state's turn toward Trump, the candidate for governor delivers a pro-LGBTQ message of fairness and progress.   By Bob Vitale It’s 9:45 a.m. on a Friday in May and Rich...

Sherrod Brown: ‘People Need Somebody to Have Their Back’

PRIZM News / June 1, 2018 / By Bob Vitale Ohio's U.S. senator vows to fight 'mean-spirited' administration on its anti-LGBTQ agenda. Sherrod Brown wants you to know he has your back. “That’s what I’m elected for,” says Ohio’s U.S. senator, who’s finishing...

PRIZM Digital Issue June 2018

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Where’s Nina West? Having Foot Surgery or Taping ‘Drag Race’?

Prizm News / May 30, 2018 / By Bob Vitale     She's been off social media and absent from recent gigs. Columbus fans and drag pundits think she's competing in Season 11.   By Bob Vitale Nina West is off having foot surgery.   Translated into gayspeak, that...

LGBTQ Leaders Send Columbus Police Chief ‘Request for Understanding, Patience and Restraint’ 

  'We respect and support those working to amplify the voices of marginalized communities,' group says.   Leaders of LGBTQ groups in Central Ohio have sent the following letter to Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs about police presence at next month's Columbus...

Licking County Gets Its Rainbow Lights After All…

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...

By Big Majorities, Ohioans Favor Nondiscrimination Law, Marriage Equality

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...

Licking County Lighting Policy Came Only After Request From Pride

. 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...
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