I'm fascinated by the history of the gay and lesbian community not just because I feel connected to it but also because it's largely unrecorded. There is so much to learn by just listening to the stories of the people, places and organizations that opened doors for all of us. Here are just a few of Cincinnati's notable historic gay and lesbian institutions. The Bar Scene: I don't know about you, but the closer I got to my 30s the less time I spent at the bars. Sure, I enjoy a night out as much as the next guy.
Condemned killer blames murder on ‘homosexual panic’
Tickets are available at mets. This is not a gimmick to sell tickets. This is something that organically they really felt and embraced -- an olive branch to another part of their fan base. The Phillies will have their first club-produced Pride Night on Aug.
Last call at The Dock: Cincinnati gay bar closes after 34 years
Nina Totenberg. At an emotional argument before the U. Supreme Court on Wednesday, the justices struggled with a case testing whether picketers at a military funeral may be sued for inflicting emotional distress on the family of a dead soldier. The case, Snyder v.
I hope and pray this is not true or exaggerated. The truth needs to come out so we can confess, accept responsibility, discipline and begin healing the Church. Those of us who love the Church hate to hear about our family being abused but we want to do whatever we can to embrace the cross, restore trust and go back to participating with the will of God to be the true light in the darkness. What can I do to help the Church? You are commenting using your WordPress.