Ryan Messer knew it was time to leave Cincinnati. It crystalized what Messer had been feeling since coming to the city two years earlier. A decade later, the impact is still being felt.
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Just seven weeks after they began dating, Mr. Arthur gave Mr. Obergefell a ring set with diamonds — a sign that, in their hearts if not in law, they were married.
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Most people are incredibly friendly and will strike up a conversation in the grocery store or on the street, whether they know you or not — this is the thing I miss most when I go other places. Well, that and the chili. But after moving to the Queen City for graduate school, I knew pretty immediately that I had fallen in love.
A table is strewn with newspaper articles and old event flyers, which have recently been removed from the rows of filing cabinets just a few feet away. One of only a handful of lesbian-centric archives in the entire country, the OLA has spent decades chronicling lesbian history in Cincinnati and beyond. The organization celebrates its 30th anniversary this September.
Dinah organized by date and ready to be cataloged. The local lesbian newsletter ran from toan impressive feat considering nearly every issue had a call for help. Writing, compiling, publishing, printing, and distributing a work like Dinah was incredibly difficult on a shoestring budget with a volunteer staff who never had enough time.