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GLBT News Aug 10 Emailer

GLBT News Aug 10 Emailer

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GLBT is published by Worley Rodehaver who may be contacted at 513-241-7539 or map@ella.net The GLBT News is free to be reproduced so long as the paper is credited. Michael Chanak is a contributing columnist.
GLBT is published by Worley Rodehaver who may be contacted at 513-241-7539 or map@ella.net The GLBT News is free to be reproduced so long as the paper is credited. Michael Chanak is a contributing columnist.

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Greater Cincinnati
Page 1August 2010
Serving the Cincinnati LGBT Community since 1996 
By Rusty Lockett
Join us for PRIDE Night at KingsIsland on September 10th! This yearmarks our 14th anniversary of theevent.Leave work early and join us! Theparking lot opens at 5 p.m. followed
14th AnniversaryPRIDE Nightat Kings Island
by the gates at 6 p.m. Ticket sales onthe day of the event begin at 5:30 p.m.While taking a break from ridingmake sure to take advantage of ourtop notch entertainment! We haveseveral out of town entertainers thisyear. Beginning with The Inappropri-ate Couch hosted by William Brownof Indianapolis. The InappropriateCouch is an almost weekly podcastreaching into the verge of all that isinappropriate to discuss and takes it a step beyond. The show will berecorded and made available a fewdays after recording. Who knows youmight hear yourself!On the musical side of the enter-tainment we have the return of Betterthan Sax from the Queen City Rain-bow Band as they soothe us with theirgentle jazz sounds.After that step into the Louisiana basin valley, come back and join uswith (
) fundamentalists and theirqueerwave sounds. Im not sure howto describe it, but they are fun!Taking a leap forward, we will haveSteve Reeder from Kenosha, Wiscon-sin and his heavy metal music. Stevehas followed the likes of KISS andhas narrowly missed being a groupiefor them. PRIDE Night will also beSteves CD release party of his self-titled album Steve Reeder! SteveReeder! After youre done riding the
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AUGUST, 2010
MAP Publications, 1727 Highland, Cincinnsti, OH 45202, P.O. Box 14971, Cincinnati, OH 45250-0971
Always be yourself,
Billy Elliot 
This Newspaper is supported entirely by income from our Advertisers. Editorials/Opinions are the opinions of the writer or organization and thepublisher assumes responsibility only for Editorials, Opinions or Commentary written by the publisher or editor(s). Views expressed in Organizationalor Independent columns or in Letters to the Editor are those of the organizations or writers.This Newspaper is distributed FREE at Advertisers' locations, through community organizations and other outlets. The publisher assumes noresponsibility for content, accuracy or validity of Advertising.
Vol. 13, No. 8, August, 2010
Contents © GLBT News, 2010
Publisher/EditorWorley Rodehaver 
Greater Cincinnati GLBT News
Hatred and bitterness can never cure the disease, only love can do that.
Martin Luther King
This publication is dedicated to those
t is our goal to record the positive contributions
people make to their community and the localcommunity at large. While AIDS and Hate CRIMES are certainly not positive things, we seek to draw thepositive from the negative. We hold up Paul Delph and Matthew Shepard and their families as models of howhuman beings should or could react to each other and how families should support loved ones whose livesare not in the box right wing religious zealots want them in. Delph, a multi-talented Cincinnatian, died of AIDSin 1996. His mother shut down her business to care for him. Shepard died in 1998, victim of a hate Crime andhis mother worked for years to get passed a national Hate Crimes Bill, which is now law.
who have or have died from AIDS or Hate Crimes
is published monthly in Cincinnati, Ohio.
In response to Dan Wells article regardingPRIDE.After moving to Cincinnati from Clevelandand attending DAAP in 1984 I was introducedto the Gay Community. The community andlifestyle was new to me. It was both confusingbut yet enlightening.Since graduating I had gotten married to a wonderful girl (
 I would say woman but thenthat would imply that she is old and I would hear about it for weeks
). Together we boughta house in Covington and have embraced theGay community. We have many Gay friendswhom we socialize with. In doing so I havelearned a great deal of the beliefs and strugglesthat the Gay community has.
I have found that the Gay Community needsand deserves the same rights that I have as a heterosexual. Those being the right tomarriage, insurance, adoption etc. I have alsofound that the Gay Community wants to beseen as equals. Mr. Wells wants to tag Northside as being a Gayborhood. Really?Doesnt Northside want to be a neighborhoodthat accepts everybody? By marketing thearea as a Gayborhood are you not sending outthe message that only Gays should live there?Dont you want others to feel that theybelong there as well? Is it not the goal of theGay Community to have equal rights and tocoexist as equals?Mr. Wells, through your statements you aredoing - in my opinion - exactly the oppositeof what the Gay Community is trying to do -to fit in and being accepted for who they are.Do I introduce my friend to others as Noah ordo I introduce him as my GAY friend Noah?Is Northside a Neighborhood or is it a Gayborhood? Think about it!Sincerely,
Jeffrey A. Snyder
Blue Bar, Covington, KY.
Our New (
) format
This month
GLBT News Magazine
returns to tabloid format and as justplain old
because thistype of newsprint costs less.As many of you know, GLBTpublications around the world aresuffering from the economic crisisand because of the fact that manypeople are now getting much of theirnews on line.Unlike many of these publications,
does not have a largestaff or depend on an expensiveexternal office; nor have we tried tobuy up every other GLBT publicationin sight creating debt..We do suffer from the fact thatmany corporate publications nowrealize that there is extra advertisingrevenue to be made from the GLBTCommunity and there are now thoseadvertisers who five, ten years agowould seek out a GLBT publicationbut are now seeking out corporatepublications for their advertising. 
is here for the GreaterCincinnati GLBT Community all yeararound, all the time, not just whensome special activity can bring inadditional income.We belong to the GLBT Commu-nity and will continue to support iteven though some GLBT ownedbusinesses do not support our efforts.However, we do have a greatfamily of advertisers who havesupported us, many for years. Theyadvertise because they want yourbusiness and you can support themand us by patronizing them.
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beast, come listen to this beast!Also broadcasting live will be Viz& Miss Annie of the Edge Radioshow as heard on QNation.FM. Younever know what youll getwith this dynamic duo. Inconjunction with them, wewill have live DJs spinningyour favorite tunes. Makesure to stop by and say hi!They have a large chest of free stuff! You just never
know what youre going to get. Itsalways a surprise with them!PRIDE Night is a benefit of TheGay and Lesbian Community Centerof Greater Cincinnati also known asThe Center. Proceeds from this eventhelp take care of the operatingexpenses of The Center as we expandour operations. We are proud to saythat during the last nine months wehave been open more than anyprevious year. There is something tobe said for that. So make sure to stopby some evening or on Saturday andcheck us out!Tickets are available at The Centerlocated at 4119 Hamilton Avenue,online at
oron the day of the event.Parking is free! Discounts for quanti-ties of at least seven purchased at a single time.
Steve Reeder 
Among Kings Island PRIDE Nightperformers
 After years of playing at home for no one,
Steve Reeder 
is taking his brand of hard rock out to the world. Growingup in a military family and settling in rural central Floridaas a teen, he was convinced there was no reconciliationbetween the hyper-masculine world of 80s heavy metalSpawned in Detroit, Michigan, with their feet firmlyplanted inboth the electronic and raw rock heritage of their home city and infused with an unapologetic queer intensity, (the) fundamentalists Chris Taylor, AngieWings Miller, and Oscar Alejandro create a soundthat has been variously described as: uplifting, world weary,bludgeoning and ethereal; in short, both the silver lining and the darkcloud around it.and the disco and drag dominating the Gay scene.
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