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The Census Bureau asks Americans about subjects as varied as race, age, annual income and even their source of home heating. But there is one glaring demographic omission: The census does not ask people about their sexual orientation. As a result, there has long been a shroud of uncertainty around the geography of gay and lesbian Americans.
Alan Greenblatt. Gay rights issues led Ryan Messer left to move away from Cincinnati. It also led to Mike Moroski losing his job.
If anyone has been down to the Gateway Quarter in historic Over-the-Rhine lately, you have no doubt noticed the incredible revitalization efforts and positive progress going on. Plus, the fabulous Below Zero Lounge is located here, making the Gateway Quarter a nightlife hotspot for the gays. From my standpoint, we are revitalizing the neighborhood, with our personal investment, time, and pocketbooks.
A same-sex couple of more than 20 years can now be buried together in an Ohio cemetery after a federal judge ruled to recognize the out-of-state marriage of the two men. James Obergefell and John Arthurboth 47, married earlier this month on an airport tarmac in Maryland- a state which began to recognize same-sex marriages in January of this year. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that Arthur was diagnosed two years ago with ALS, an incurable and progressive neurodegenerative disease.
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Settled inCincinnati became a boom town in the early 19th century and attracted a large number of ethnic German immigrants, first from Pennsylvania, later from Europe, who founded many of the city's cultural institutions. The Cincinnati Zoo guidebook, published only in German during the yearsis evidence of their influence. Irish immigrants also arrived, along with African American former slaves from the southern states.