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LGBTQ Year in Review

Looking back on a progressive year in the fight for equality

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 27, 2012
From federal legislation to local initiatives and activism, Cincinnati's LGBT community has many triumphs to look back on during the past year.   

2012 Pride Schedule

Events, nightlife, parade and other celebrations

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Cincinnati's 2012 Pride celebration is already underway.  This calendar will help you get caught up with all the festivities scheduled for this coming weekend.   

Pride in Print

CNKY Scene brings the GLBT community and its supporters together

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Rich Sherman moved to the Queen City from Minneapolis, his hometown, after his partner, Chris, was transferred for a job. And a year later, his tune — and business — have changed. “I am happy to say I love it here and am so thankful we ended up here. It is one of the best-kept secrets, I think. Who knew Cincinnati had so much going on?”  

(Not So) Alone in a Crowd

Local organizations push for inclusion and acceptance

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 27, 2012
For too long, being gay meant life on the fringes. There were certain places you could hang out, certain people you could talk to, certain ways you could act. Fed up with accepting “how it’s always been,” these young organizers are creating safe, accepting spaces where there were none before — and finding out they were amongst friends the whole time.  
by Jac Kern 06.26.2012
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Your Tuesday To Do List

With Cincinnati Pride Week just around the corner, Oakley’s 20th Century Theater hosts Cincy Pride Week Cruise-In with Chicago cabaret act, Amy & Freddy. The funny and fabulous duo is a smash on the GLBT cruise circuit, and they’ll perform along with Cincinnati Men’s Chorus and The Queen City D-Dolls. Dress in your hottest resort wear and get ready for a night of music, dancing, comedy and plenty of cruise cocktails. The ship sets sail at 8 p.m. and tickets are $25 at the door. Seating is limited nightclub-format, so arrive early and keep the party goin’ til 11 p.m. Find details here. While we’re on the topic of cabarets, on the other side of the river is Musical Theatre Night at the Thompson House. This inaugural weekly event is like karaoke, but with a live pianist and tunes from your favorite movies and musicals. Bring your own sheet music or pick a hit from their provided selections. Come around 7:30 p.m. to sign up. The night runs through 11 p.m. Flex those jazz hands and go here for more info. The JCC Summer Film Series kicks off tonight at Montgomery’s Mayerson JCC. Based on the popularity of the organization’s Jewish and Israeli Film Festival last winter, the center will again screen excellent movies rarely shown in Cincinnati, through Thursday. Tonight’s film is Melting Away (Namess Ba'geshem), the first Israeli feature film that deals with the topic of parents and their relationships with transgendered children. The movie begins at 7 p.m. Check out the full lineup here.
 
 

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