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December 28, 2007

1. Eight couples sign up on Toledo
registry's first day

2. 2007: The year that should
have been better

3. The 2007 Prism Awards

December 21, 2007

1. Santiago survives recall election

2. Back to Higbee's for the holidays

3. Shopping for yourself


December 14, 2007

1. Drug deal may have led to man's death

2. Leaders swap stories, gather tips at state summit

3. Not keeping quiet

4. After passing both houses, hate crime bill is dropped

5. Sweeter and richer


December 7, 2007

1. Dayton city commission passes LGBT equality law

2. Toledo holiday 'Gayla' celebrates its 30th year

3. New U.S. rules for HIV+ entry may be worse than old way

4. Toledo mayor signs domestic partner registry

5. Bar noir

November 30, 2007
World AIDS Day Special Issue

1. Take the lead

2. What happened to the red ribbon?

3. Most AIDS groups are in financial straits, study finds

4. Two new drugs expand the HIV treatment horizon

5. AIDS Taskforce marks 25 years

6. ARC Ohios challenges have changed over the years

7. 30 northeast Ohio cities proclaim World AIDS Day


November 23, 2007

1. Mourning losses and honoring transgender heroes

2. Elected on 'openness,' Pride board picks officers in private

3. Film premières with Biblical take on gays

4. Bar's parking tussle with former Lorain mayor goes on

5. Everyone should be executed

6. Spam, the good kind


November 16, 2007

1. Toledo council passes partner registry

2. Change advocates elected to Cleveland Pride board

3. County board upholds Santiago recall election

4. Equality Ohio adds youth seats; will grow in northeast Ohio

5. State changes its mind, will seek HIV education money

6. A bad night and a city of light


November 9, 2007

1. House passes ENDA

2. Three gay and lesbian Ohio candidates lose their races

3. John Corlett is appointed Ohio Medicaid director

4. State turns down $1.25 million for HIV education

5. Santiago faces recall in December

6. One hell of a trip


November 2, 2007

1. Enda is on hold again

2. Hate crime conference solidifies LGBT inclusion

3. Masked bacchanal brings in thousands for ARC Ohio

4. U Cincinnati becomes the 7th state school with partner benefits

5. On the fast track to nowhere.


October 26, 2007

1. Pride membership flap comes to a boil

2. Wiseman makes history again as Ohio's first out judge

3. Santiago to face likely December recall election

4. ENDA heads to full House vote without TG protection

5. Five honored with awards at Stonewall's 'Night

6. October is LGBT history month: History is still being made

7. October is LGBT history month: A fight for our sanity


October 19, 2007

1. Democratic Party politics loom over ENDA fight

2. After 23 years, a new Mr. Ohio Leather

3. Rev. David Bahr is leaving Archwood church

4. Tricky treats benefit safe sex

5. October is LGBT History Month: Speaking truth to power

6. October is LGBT History Month: The birth of the rainbow flag, as told by its creator


October 12, 2007

1. CCV may escape another money probe

2. A promenade with a purpose

3. Debate rages over ENDA, with or without gender identity

4. October is LGBT History Month: Stonewall wasn't the first LGBT riot


October 5, 2007

1.ENDA explosion

2. Senate passes hate crime act

3. Post this bill

4. October is LGBT History Month: Leaning toward justice

5. October is LGBT History Month: Normal, at last


September 28, 2007

1. Religious leaders focus on response to anti-gays in the pulpit

2. Win Weizer to run for full University Heights term

3. Queer hip-hop


September 21, 2007

1. Maryland top court says no to marriage

2. Equality act delayed until next year

3. New survey says workplace continues to get friendlier

4.The L Word, lite


September 14, 2007

1. California passes full marriage a second time

2. Now indoors, SRO Masquerage grows to a huge party

3. Meinecke misses November ballot by only ten votes

4. British invasion


September 7, 2007

1. Youngstown equality measure, intended for gays and lesbians, may not cover anyone.

2. Federal job bias bill gets first hearing in five years

3. Craig broke no laws

4. Boundry Issues


August 31, 2007

1. Strollin, eatin, drinkin, joustin and, oh yeah, dancin in the street

2. Craig admits restroom toe-tapping (But he's not gay)

3. Marriage ban shrinks a little bit more

4. Finally, a sci-fi show with queerfolk


August 24, 2007

1. Plusquellic says he will help pass an equality law

2. Women come from three states for music and fun

3. Tom Meinecke is back in Toledo city council race

4. Judge calls Brinkman the true villain, again

5. Sick-day act loses backers after leaving partners out

6. Out in the locker room


August 17, 2007

1. Governor: Order doesn't include partner benefits

2. Akron's Roseto Club is for sale

3. Each candidate had a rough spot in the HRC forum

4. Most Ohio voters don't care if gays back candidates

5. Lutheran assembly votes to halt ejection of gay pastors

6. Rufus Wainwrights new CD and tour is quirky and baroque


August 10, 2007

1. Why wasn't Brinkman indicted?

2. Black Gay and Proud celebrates a week of varied events

3. After 25 years on Clifton, Truffles coffee shop closes

4. National BWMT convention wraps up with awards

5. Suspected arson fire damages Springfield bar

6. Attitudes are changing on 'don't ask, don't tell'

7. A film festival in a box

August 3, 2007

1. Marriage ban shrank a little last week

2. Can schools bar anti-gay harassment? Court to rule

3. UPS backs down, offers benefits to New Jersey partners

4. It's as bad as we thought


July 27, 2007

1. Top court upholds domestic violence law

2. Akron visitors bureau cancels LGBT outreach

3. Marriage questions spice You Tube candidate forum

4. Most large firms now have gay job bias rules, report finds

5. Hooray for Hairspray


July 20, 2007

1. Equality bill heads back to Statehouse

2. P-FLAG honors visitors bureau for resource guide

3. Home violence reports drop in Central Ohio

4. Surgeon general nomination is in limbo after hearing

5. Not your usual coming-of-age films


July 13, 2007

1. State school board drops gays from anti-bullying rules

2. Sick-day measure's backers take a second look

3. LGBT group hosts gathering at NAACP convention

4. GE bias case is back on; it may add gays to job law

4. She can do it


July 6, 2007

1. Former Log Cabin head seeks Columbus council seat

2. Equality Ohio opposes sick-day initiative without partners

3. 'Wicked' cast and first lady light up CATF benefit

4. Miami University partner benefits are back in court

5. Comets and Fusion both head into the playoffs

6. The M word


June 29, 2007

1. Business and faith groups swell the Pride Holiday

2. Paris Hilton tries a new game: Softball with Divine

3. Healthy Families Act does not include gay partners

4. Ban amendments will be overturned, says law professor

5. High court lets stand: 1964 rights act doesn�t cover gays

6. You think she's like this, but really she's like this.


June 22, 2007

1. Cleveland Pride cruises to a festive day

2. Mayor gets the point at the Dayton Pride dinner

3. Strickland is first governor to speak at HRC dinner

4. She's not going


June 15, 2007

1. New entertaiment gives Cincinnati Pride a fresh flavor

2. Ohio Lesbian Festival lives

3. Three northeast Ohio cities pass Pride proclamations

4. Surgeon general nominee draws flak from gay groups

5. Ex-outreach head sues Democratic Party for anti-gay bias

6. Pentagon disputes link from DIA to spying on gays

7. Top of the stage


June 8, 2007

1. Freedom shines at Dayton Pride parade

2. Special counsel to probe CCV ban campaign

3. Anti-gay campaign is a power grab, says Nigerian activist

4. Five armed robberies raise police alert in Short North

5. Dem hopefuls all back couples' rights, 'don't ask' repeal

6. Between the Boom-Booms


June 1, 2007

1. Where does the name Stonewall come from?

2. Cincinnati brings Pride alive --with sumo wrestlers

3. Matt Foreman to speak at Dayton Pride dinner and expo

4. Cleveland cruises with Pride to celebrate community

5. Pride Holiday has a month of events in Columbus

6. Gays just want to have fun!


May 25, 2007

1. The second Lobby Day focuses on specific items

2. Strickland order bans bias against LGBT state workers

3. Center and its homeless youth program get cash

4. We kid you, Patrick, but we love you

5. Brunner enters Stonewall Democrats hall of fame

6. Growing up


May 18, 2007

1. AIDS program stopped after group complains

2. Dayton Pride will have a mass wedding

3. Hospital reveals the 'down low' and other secrets

4. Violence drops slightly in Columbus, a little more across the nation

5. Fundraiser for softball players funeral brings in $812

6. Read the book first


May 11, 2007

1. Over half the nation will be covered by an equality law

2. Tragedy hits softball opening with player's death during game

3. Bill would let partners be sponsored for immigration

4. Hate crime bill passes House; Bush veto promised

5. Dance Theater founder Medcalf is leaving in the fall

6. 25 Questions

May 4, 2007

1. A religious case for LGBT rights

2. This year's CLAW grows to be one of leather's largest events

3. Bareback film studio draws attention at CLAW

4. Iowa is the second state to pass LGBT rights this year

5. Lawyer caught between his client and his community

6. Pentagon may end program that spied on gay groups

7. How to get an NC-17 rating

April 27, 2007

1. Job equality bill is back in Congress

2. Ending 'don't ask' is goal of AVER

3. The first person to tell America: 'Gay is Good'

4. Equality Riders welcomed at their only Ohio stop

5. Lesbian festival's future uncertain

6. At age 12, TransFamily is leaving its parents home

7. Mississippi Sissy


April 20, 2007

1. Farrell passed over for council seat

2. Colorado senate passes LGBT equality measure

3. No gay ban in adoption law reform, sponsor says

4. Fired city manager decides not to sue

5. Oregon passes domestic partner and equal rights bills

6. Tax time points out flaws in New Jersey civil unions

7. Kick out the jams!


April 13, 2007

1. Ohio's first LGBT clinic opens with a party

2. An issue-free day at the White House

3. Washington state passes a domestic partner law

4. City's LGBT tourist outreach passed first test with Final Four

5. Songs from the silver screen ring in chorus' new home

6. Mega change


April 6, 2007

1. Ohio Lesbian Festival may end

2. Marriage ban backers accused of hiding donors, again

3. Hate crime law is HRC's top focus this year

4. The year was a good one for Equality Toledo, says Welter

5. Indiana panel defeats marriage ban amendment

6. Detroit man died of natural causes, coroner says

7. Bill would end taxation of domestic partner benefits

8. Queer composers works highlight the hits and artists


March 30, 2007

1. 'Abstinence only' may end in Ohio

2. Gay man seeks Columbus council seat

3. After 4 hours of supportive comment, city fires Stanton anyway

4. Rice is asked to oppose draconian Nigerian bill

5. Soulforce riders met with open arms, but also with handcuffs

6. Mood Indigo


March 23, 2007

1. Episcopal bishops reject Anglican leaders' ultimatum

2. Hate crime bill is back in Congress

3. 'Don't ask' discharges have plummeted during Iraq war

4. General Pace's 'immoral' comment continues to echo

5. Film fest starts early for 10%

6. Beyond 10%

March 16, 2007

1.Gays are 'immoral,' says Joint Chiefs chair

2. Some Democrats knock national party on LGBT issues

3. Goodwin re-elected to lead new Stonewall Democrats officers

4. Da Ali G Show is on DVD

March 9, 2007

1.Ohioans favor gay and lesbian equal rights

2. Petitioners indicted for fake signatures

3. Activist and long-term survivor Bob Hattoy is gone

4. You are here to help the neediest, Rhonda Rivera tells law students

5. Ann Coulter is caught in an F-bomb explosion

6. The best of the 10% Cinema

March 2, 2007

1. Bus rider killed in hate crime attack.

2. Bill to end 'don't ask, don't tell' has a chance this time.

3. AIDS Taskforce says tight money will bring cuts.

4. Coleman praises outgoing BRAVO president Cozad.

5. Bush bias official who deleted gays is in trouble again

6. Sadie Benning at the Wexner

February 23, 2007

1. Lesbian pioneer Barbara Gittings dies at age 75

2. New Jersey issues its first civil unions

3. A silver lining is seen in Tim Hardaway's comments

4. Anglicans give U.S. church eight months to stop gay unions

February 16, 2007

1. No longer interim, Rothan takes Stonewall helm

2. Winifred Weizer is named to University Heights council

3. Three are emerging as the top gay presidential candidates

4. Transgender warrior comes to Case

5. Cleveland honors Patrick Shepherd and Stonewall Dems

6. Keli Zehnder elected new head of Cleveland Stonewall Dems

7. Black history is made every month

February 9, 2007

1. Marriage is for the kids? Okay, then require them

2. Cleveland tells the FDA: Let gay men donate blood

3. Bar vs. the mayor, Round 2

4. Bush's budget flat-funds Ryan White act, again

5. The ancient feast returns

February 2, 2007

1. U.N. confirms anti-gay death squads in Iraq

2. A third of homeless youth are LGBT, report finds

3. Patrick Shepherd leaves Stonewall Dems top post

4. Move over San Francisco!

5. Wine tasting helps send kids to Camp Sunrise

6. Partner benefit deduction kept out of minimum wage bill

6. Rupert Everett

January 26, 2007

1. Foltin vs the gay bar

2. Two new hires fill out Stonewall staff

3. Washington meets with GLAAD and GLSEN over the 'F-word'

4. Click and be counted

5. Why all the buzz about Dreamgirls?


January 19, 2007

1. 'Welcome back to Ohio'

2. Center begins outreach to homeless young people

3. Brian Shinn and Turning Point to be honored by BRAVO

4. First TG religious summit is in California this weekend

5. Ripped from the headlines

January 12, 2007

1. Gay bills are coming in the new Congress

2. 'I swear I am not transsexual'

3. Town boycotts music store for its gay-friendly stance

4. Alderman says 'Gay House' attack wasn't a hate crime

5. NYC comptroller pushes Ohio companies to add job rules

6. History Boys

January 5, 2007

1. Marriage is in danger

2. Former Joint Chiefs chair calls for 'dont ask' to end

3. MetroHealth to launch areas first LGBT clinic

4. Ford was the only president to join an LGBT group

5. Audio pin-up girls for 2007

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