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OF THE CHRONICLE - YEAR 2010

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December 31, 2010

1.With DADT repealed, now comes the wait

2. Hard-fought DADT repeal still has a long way to go

3. Obama now ‘struggles,’ but once supported full marriage

4.Center reduces paid staff in restructuring

5.Cleveland Heights defines registered partners as spouses

6.Two out candidates are finalists for Columbus council seats

7.Evenings Out True prison love story is genuinely funny

December 17, 2010

1. Lakewood to add gender identity to equality laws

2. Second DADT repeal passes House, heads to Senate

3. Orientation is not a factor in naming Antonio’s successor

4. Report and military leaders urge ‘don’t ask’ repeal

5. Evenings Out Attila's Huns

December 3, 2010

1. In one day, Illinois passes a civil union bill

2. Both Bowling Green ordinances pass with provisional votes

3. FBI: A fifth of all hate crimes hit gays and lesbians

4. Report and military leaders urge ‘don’t ask’ repeal

5. Evenings Out Paul Rudnick skewers stereotypes in a quartet of tales

November 19

1. Sue Doerfer resigns Equality Ohio post

2. Provisional votes seem to favor Bowling Green measures

3. Two new cases challenge federal anti-marriage act

4.‘Don’t ask’ repeal may be removed from defense bill

5. ‘Condom Fairy’ is a hit at Halloween dance

6. Evenings Out It’s the adults that are all screwed up

November 5

1.Antonio elected Ohio’s first out lawmaker

2. Provisional ballots will decide fate of Bowling Green ordinances

3. Two other open Ohio candidates come up short

4. Congress will now have four open gay or lesbian members

5. Evenings Out This Tonio is not clowning around

October 22, 2010

1.Bowling Green laws might win election

2. U.S. Attorney pledges attention to anti-gay hate crime

3. New group signs on to produce 2014 Gay Games

4. ‘Don’t ask’ policy, suspended for 8 days, is back on

5. Passing the sash, Mr. Ohio Leather

6. Evenings Out Kelly McGillis’ long road to coming out

October 8, 2010

1.BGSU adds domestic partner benefits

2. Rash of teen suicides opens eyes to bullying

3. Appeals court agrees: Registry suit was groundless

4. October marks LGBT History Month, Coming Out Day

5. Evenings Out Angel-headed hipsters and saintly motorcyclists

September 24, 2010

1.‘Don’t ask’ repeal fails by four votes

2. Camping makes Ohio Lesbian Festival a weekend event

3. New ADAP income ceiling leaves 320 Ohioans out

4. Second lawsuit says bullies pushed students to suicide

5. Evenings Out:
Traveling back in time

September 10, 2010

1.Out candidates come up short in county primary

2. Garden Party grows in Hunting Valley

3. Synergy sues to get Gay Games license back

4. Medicaid money will be used to fill ADAP gaps

4. Evenings Out:
Comics and zines

August 27, 2010

1.California marriage ruling is appealed

2. Out candidate Tim Russo seeks county council seat

3. Former GOP chair Ken Mehlman comes out

4. Evenings Out:
A hell of a play

August 13, 2010

1. Prop. 8 struck down

2. Earl Pike leaves AIDS Taskforce

3. CWRU names new interim coordinator of LGBT Center

July 30, 2010

1. Gay Games Saga Rolls On

2. Dale Smith seeks District 7 seat; he is the only out county council candidate

3. First Del Martin award is given at OLOC gathering

4. Drag performer arrested for breaking bar’s windows

July 16, 2010

1. Synergy loses license for 2014 Gay Games

2. Cincinnati Pride grows with move to downtown on Fourth of July weekend

3. Welter will lead effort to keep Bowling Green rights laws

4. Case tells its LGBT center head to leave after only 3 months

5. Judge strikes down part of federal DOMA marriage ban

6. Pentagon criticized for troop survey on DADT repeal

7. Brynna Fish named to LGBT Jewish leadership panel

8. Synergy loses license for 2014 Gay Games

July 2, 2010

1. A festive, sunny day for Cleveland Pride

2. Akron’s first downtown Pride was a fine time before rain

3. Weekend-long Columbus festival celebrates all families

4. Rain can’t dampen Youngstown’s first Pride parade

5. Justices rule for gay side on petitions, school bias codes

June 18, 2010

1. FDA panel retains ban on gay men’s blood donations

2. Iceland votes unanimously to allow full marriage

3. Surgery rule dropped for passport gender change

4. Cleveland Pride’s grand marshals brought us the Games

5. Columbus Pride festival is too big for just one day

6. Cincinnati Pride is on the Fourth of July this year

June 4, 2010

1. ‘Don’t ask’ repeal is only a first step

2. Volunteers urge lawmakers to pass equal rights bill

3. ‘Significant others’ to get family and funeral leave

4. Two Miami U. students beaten in possible hate crime

May 21, 2010

1. Portugal becomes eighth nation with full marriage

2.Personal stories are Equality Riders’ tools to end anti-gay college rules

3. Antonio is a shoo-in as her only opponent drops out

3. Chances of repealing ‘don’t ask’ appear to be fading

May 7, 2010

1. Ohio likely to get its first out lawmaker

2.A weekend of fun at CLAW

3. City warms up for 2014 Gay Games with SynergyFest

April 23, 2010

1. Bowling Green’s new equality law will be put to a vote

2.County forcibly separates elderly couple, sells all their possessions

3. Obama requires hospitals to allow partner visits

4. Fisher shores up his support for full marriage

5. Nadler wants partner bill added to immigration reform

6. Fusion opens football season with a pair of wins

April 9, 2010

1. New DADT rules make it harder to kick people out

2.Case Western Reserve opens new LGBT center

3. Chai Feldblum joins EEOC in set of recess appointments

March 26, 2010

1. New center director has a familiar face

2.John Carroll board asks Niehoff to put gays in bias rules

3. Kent State honors activist legend at center opening

4. Ohio Dems name Collin Burton to head party LGBT caucus

5. 3 arrested at White House during ‘don’t ask’ protest

March 12, 2010

1. Wedding bells ring in Washington, D.C.

2.Promised fix for TG equality law misses March date

3. Census to count married gay couples for the first time

4. Senators urge FDA to end ban on gay blood donation

5. National groups weigh in on Cleveland registry suit

February 26, 2010

1. After 28 years, Mary Ann Finegan case is solved

2.Variety show leaves ’em singing after a night of fun

3. Longtime friend takes up equality bill in Ohio Senate

4. Move to repeal ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ gathers steam

February 12, 2010

1. Slowly but surely

2.Basketball sit-in highlights John Carroll U. bias debate

3. United Way gets its first Pride Council in Columbus

4. Cambridge paper refuses couple’s wedding notice

5. Obama condemns Uganda anti-gay law at prayer event


January 29, 2010

1. Foes of Cleveland’s partner registry are back in court

2.Church links, TV ads mark Proposition 8 trial

3. ‘Don’t ask’ repeal won’t be this year, says Skelton

4. A second federal case puts DOMA in the crosshairs

5. GOP Senate win may make LGBT laws harder to pass

6. Kentucky top court upholds parenting agreement

January 15, 2010

1. Cleveland and Columbus Prides are back on separate weekends

2.U.S. adds gender identity to job rules

3. Right wing goes crazy over Obama’s TG appointee

4. Zaller to run center during search for new director

5. Virginia mom vanishes with child to keep ex-partner away

6. Former Marine held in Indiana professor’s death

January 01, 2010

1. Akron Pride Center to merge with CAN

2.Looking back at an amazing year

3. Findlay man dies of injuries from Toledo bar fight

4. Lima passes city worker protection ordinance

5. Mexico City passes full same-sex marriage law

 

 

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