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Messer was one of a number of gay men of his generation who packed up and left Cincinnati, a city with a history of official discrimination, for friendlier cities on the coasts. But the city charter, which blocked legal protections for gays and lesbians up until a decade ago, has since been amended.
It's not just people like Messer who are coming back. For the first time in decades, Cincinnati is drawing more young people — those who identify as gay, as well as straights who insist on a more tolerant atmosphere.
The city's downtown is undergoing a major revitalization, attracting more employers, including GE, which announced earlier this month it will be bringing up to 2, jobs to staff a new U. The Cincinnati Enquirer described the announcement as "the biggest economic coup for Ohio in a decade. The city's emphasis on inclusion and economic development have gone hand in hand, suggests Mayor John Cranley. One was predicated on the other, he says. That's why greater equality was a long-sought goal not only of gay activists, but a corporate community that pressed for greater tolerance both for "moral" and "business-driven" reasons, says Lynn Marmer, corporate affairs vice president for Kroger, a grocery store chain headquartered in downtown Cincinnati.
As in much of the nation, there are still legal battles on a number of fronts, but the city's culture and attitudes toward the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community have changed markedly.
That's a miracle in my lifetime. Things began to change in , when voters repealed Article XII, which blocked job and housing protections for gays.
Cranley, the city's current mayor, describes it as "this horrible albatross" the city had around its neck, costing Cincinnati, among other things, millions of dollars in tourism and convention business. Locals credit a two-year door-knocking campaign that helped citizens see gays as rounded human beings, not simply as creatures defined by sexuality.
There are still parts of town where gay couples wouldn't be smart to kiss or hold hands in public. For the most part, though, acceptance is now almost taken for granted.
Still, there are ongoing skirmishes. Gays were not welcome to march in this year's St. Patrick's Day parade, for instance. And, last year, Mike Moroski was fired for supporting gay rights.
Moroski is a straight man who worked as an administrator for a Catholic high school. After writing a blog post supporting same-sex marriage, his employer instructed him to take it down. Moroski refused, and the battle is still ongoing. The Archdiocese of Cincinnati last month released a new contract that bars "teacher-ministers" from publicly expressing support for gay rights.
The contract led to a parents' protest last week, and some Catholic school teachers are thinking of unionizing. The new guidelines simply make clear prohibitions that were already in place, says Dan Andriacco, communications director for the archdiocese. He draws a comparison with journalists, who may have their own opinions but aren't allowed to express them in letters to the editor.
Andriacco recognizes that church teachings regarding homosexuality are "under challenge. The overall legal landscape is changing so rapidly that Scott Knox, a local gay-rights attorney, sometimes waves clients away. They're welcome to pay him a fee to fight over something like adoption, he says, but if they wait a year or two the law is bound to change in their favor.
Earlier this month, a federal judge in Cincinnati ruled that Ohio, which doesn't grant same-sex marriages, had to offer legal recognition to couples married elsewhere. That didn't come soon enough to help Jim Obergefell and John Arthur. They'd been together more than 20 years. Following the Supreme Court's decisions on same-sex marriage last June, Obergefell decided it was time to get married.
With financial help from friends, the couple hired a medical jet to take them to Maryland in July. Arthur died in October. Obergefell became irate when he returned home and was told by an attorney that he wouldn't be listed as Arthur's husband on the death certificate.
He sued for the recognition, and won. Obergefell longs for the day when Ohio will not wait until someone dies to recognize same-sex marriages.
Still, like many gay people in the city, he's pleased that the overall picture has changed so dramatically and rapidly in recent years. View the discussion thread. View Slideshow 1 of 3. Gay rights issues led Ryan Messer left to move away from Cincinnati. It also led to Mike Moroski losing his job. Today, both men agree that gays are more accepted in the city than they've ever been. View Slideshow 2 of 3.
View Slideshow 3 of 3. Jim Obergefell flew out of state to marry his longtime partner, John Arthur, shortly before John's death last year. Ryan Messer decided he could go home again. In other words, no gay rights, no GE. Changing Legal Landscape The overall legal landscape is changing so rapidly that Scott Knox, a local gay-rights attorney, sometimes waves clients away.
He says he felt "unbelievably" supported as he went through his legal and emotional travails. To see more, visit http:/p>
Karl Maria Kertbeny of Prussia coined the words heterosexual and homosexual; and assumed and proposed they were assigned at birth.
Sigmund Freud said many controversial things. His new school of thought became known as Analytical Psychology. American Medico—Psychological Association joined with the National Commission on Mental Hygiene for the Bureau of the Census to gather uniform health statistics from mental hospitals. Wilhelm Stekel, a disciple or student of Freud, likewise taught that bisexual behavior was natural or innate and that people could be conditioned depending on psychological experiences.
Alfred Kinsey of Britain produced his sexual behavior of men. His Sexual Behavior in the Human Male quickly became a best-seller. Kinsey was an atheist and bisexual. Homosexuality was listed in Appendix C. Supreme Court in Engel v. Gays threw bottles at the police and the protest was taken to the streets, where days of demonstrations followed; and from which the Gay Liberation Front was began.
Masters and Johnson publish Human Sexual Inadequacy and launch their methods of sex therapy. American Psychological Society was founded. But the end of this year they had 11 national chapters including Atlanta, Chicago and Boston. US Census counted over , same-sex unmarried partner households; up from , in Supreme Court in Lawrence v.
Issues affecting Lesbian… http: Just the Facts about Sexual Orientation and Youth: We know you also share this concern — that all students have an opportunity to learn and develop in a safe and supportive environment. The reason for publishing this booklet now is to provide you, as principals, educators, and school personnel, with accurate information that will help you respond to a recent upsurge in promotion of efforts to change sexual orientation through therapy and religious ministries.
Ex-gay ministry refers to the religious groups that use religion to attempt to eliminate those desires… such as Focus on the Family. The National Association of Social Workers, in its policy …states: No data demonstrate that reparative or conversion therapies are effective, and in fact they may be harmful. That same year the floodgate opened on American states and certain nations, such as New Zealand, legalizing same-sex marriage. District judge in Texas ruled their state ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional.
UN Secretariat recognized the sex marriages of its employees. The most popular TV shows, such as Walking Dead, had gay and or lesbian characters. Supreme Court ruled in Obergefell v. Hodges that every American has the constitutional right to marry any person. Path to Same-Sex Marriage: History Timeline and Studies. Additionally, Ibn Sina or Avicenna c. Nevertheless, as a whole, the Muslims place their beliefs, Imams religious leaders , and practices, such as during Ramadan, above secular teachings.
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And though the followers of these late 19th century German philosophers have significantly died out after World War II, the structure of Communism has remained in nations such as Russia and China.
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Annette Navaro was the director and stylist. Some stock was so old it had shrunk enough that it would not pull thru the throat of the magazine. Lots of greenscreen elements shot both inside the club's main stage and also outdoors in front of the building. Pretty fun dance music video. I shot this well over a year ago, but due to some political bullshit between label and artists, it sat on a shelf Now I am a DP, not an editor So please forgive me regarding the edit Annette Navarro was the producer and director and put a great deal of time getting this whole thing put together.
The artists was a dream to work with and we shot this in a dance club and I talked production into using the OpteFex Streak filter.. Roger Holiday was the AC, Scott Lipez was the gaffer and did a great job creating the moving streaks.. Since I have zero idea how to create these in post, everything you see was created in camera!
I LOVE lens flares!!! Working on a long form piece allows you to really sink your teeth into a project I love being able to work with a director in creating a world for our story to be told Presented here are a few samples of motion pictures I have shot. Some of these are trailers, others are clips I find this end of the biz a real troubled area as often times, we are only allowed very low rez copies of our work.
But I trust you will like what you see. This is a montage of several clips from this show. This is the BIG musical number at the end of the picture: We had a bunch of cameras on this: Shot on Kodak 35mm neg to give that film noir look. We shot in an abandoned 40's diner, the art department restored it to its original glory and gaffer Russ Faust and his clan brought it to life. Alex and I viewed many film noir pictures to recreate the lighting and shadow style of the era..
This was an actual location with practical walls, so moving that gigantic camera and working hot lights inside a metal building created quite a greenhouse effect, which the actors in wearing wool long coats, suits and ties had to endure. Of course, the compression needed to stream on Vimeo has all but removed the beautiful subtle film grain: Crazy fun short film I shot, Anthony Francis Moorman directed. We utilized every bit of the 1: Always great to frame side to side.
Shot on two Red One cameras so we could duel cover the action. This clip is a "winter time" night exterior, shot on Steadicam [Adam White operated, Brad Baker pulled focus].
Sort of conventional coverage.. Based upon actual stories of "pain-med" doctors, this violent story plays out rather tragically. Action movie I DP'd in Croatia. Croatia is a beautiful country with an excellent crew! Directed by Mark Burson. Directed by Jay Craven, shot on 35mm on location DP John Foster started the picture and I was brought in to replace him midway through Shot on 35mm Moviecam Compact and my Arri Sorry for the quality of the clip, as a DP, you usually have a hard time receiving quality images of your work This was a fantastic shoot!
We traveled to Colorado, Utah and Arizona to capture the American west. We had cameras everywhere! Underwater, on cranes, on Tyler Helicopter mounts, mounted all over Jeeps and on bikes, etc. Shot on both 35mm and Super with my Arri's and Bolex cameras. This particular piece has a lot of video compression..
This is the trailer for a 25 minute big screen film we shot for the International Horse Parks museums. I was the DP. We shot on Super so we could achieve the needed 1: Originally we were to do a segment in Mongolia and the thought of traveling the globe with huge and heavy anamorphic glass would have been a challenge. We traveled the globe for this project: We tried to keep the camera traveling with the horses I believe this was the last picture October Films produced.
Story involves a big time wrestler who has a mental meltdown and suddenly believes he has become a costumed superhero! This section contains a few samples of my older work This furniture spot was shot on a stage in Chicago. Shot on 35mm at 40fps with a 24fps telecine, using swing-tilt lenses and rear-nets on the lenses. Speed ramps accomplished in post. State Fair spot I DP'd. Ron Hamad directed, Scott Durban produced. Fun shoot at an actual state fair with great frame composition and art direction.
Shot on 35mm with my old trusty Cool tv spot shot mostly in camera! The only CG elements are the floss 'rope' and the top of the talking floss container. Shot on 35mm with one of my Arri's. Shot in 35mm on my Moviecam Compact. Bob Egle directed, Jennifer Combs produced. Shot all with a Steadicam, operated by my friend Billy Nielsen. Shot in literally 2 hours due to an impending thunder storm! I actually think the soft light helped the overall feeling. The airport security x-rayed our entire batch of 35mm film that was heading to FilmWorkers Lab in Chicago Fun Budweiser spot which we shot in the Gulf Of Mexico Shot in 35mm with Moviecam Compacts.
Champ Films, Chicago was the production company. I'm not sure if this version ever aired You could plant bottle-tops as seeds to grow these trees!! Shot somewhere in Florida on 35mm. This spot is a spoof on a local Chicago auto empire's TV spots. The 2 salesmen you see are long time fixtures for TV viewers in ChicagoLand.
I'm not from Chicago, so I had no idea who these guys were.. The old beat-up Taxi cab had a severly modified trunk to allow our actor to climb inside and be seen thru the door cut behind the license plate.
Also, the mechanism that launched the beer bottles out of that same hole actually worked! Stop Motion TV spot from the late 80's. Carley Anderson was the mo-co programmer, Joe Busam was the animator. The mouth and eyes were rotoscoped on in post, the animation puppet had dots for the eyes and mouth during the shooting. Joe did the verbal timing off of a pre-recorded voiceover soundtrack and the eyes and mouth were created using conventional cell animation.
We shot this at the Createfex Studios. I built the foam latex animation puppet [foam latex cast in molds from an original I sculpted in Pastiscene, David Crosby turned the wooden baseball bat], the hotdog set dressing was a foam latex cast copy of a real hotdog due to the problems if using real food material when shooting for long periods of time under hot lights!
The mustard was actually painted hot glue that the Crosby brothers created! Stop motion spot from the late 80's. Shot at Kallaher's studio. The set was built 3' off the floor to allow the animator's assistant to slide under the floor to help bolt down the bear's feet for each step.
The floor was pre-drilled for each step and a bolt was run up thru the floor to secure the bear's foot to the floor. Allison Ahrens created the bear's fur and stuffed the bear, B. The assistant using a grease pencil would draw the figure's last position onto the monitor and would verbally tell the animator where the next position for the figure should be. We would fire a frame and erase the image and re-draw the next position! The bear at the end of the spot that winks at the camera was a separate bear which had a special eyelid that was made using model airplane servos cables and winked over a glass eye from a taxidermist!
This section contains samples of a wide variety,,,anything from Lightning Strikes storms to roller coaster mounted cameras. Funny yet somewhat scary TV commercial that illustrates how our world and our interactions are covered with germs! Doesn't sound like a fun subject to cover does it? But this campaign injected humor and it was a blast to shoot! Shot in practical locations, utilizing lens flares for establishing time-o-day as well as to work as transitions.
Mark Jwayed directed, Sam Womelsdorf produced. We had several Lightning Strikes mounted on Condors as well as rain-trees and Ritter Fans to create the storm. We actually wire-tied the GoPro to the coaster! Lots of wide angle lenses. Michael Maney was the Director. TV spot with a mom towing her kids in a parking garage I was the DP, Marco Bacca directed. Produced by Road Pictures. Supreme Court on June 26, The Supreme Court ruled that states cannot ban same-sex marriage, handing gay rights advocates their biggest victory yet.
See photos from states that approved same-sex marriage before the nationwide ruling: Shante Wolfe, left, and Tori Sisson become the first same-sex couple to file their marriage license in Montgomery, Alabama, on February 9, However, seven months after the U. Supreme Court ruling legalizing such nuptials nationwide, Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore directed probate judges in his state to enforce the ban on same-sex marriage.
Gay rights organizations swiftly denounced Moore's January 6, , order. Florida began allowing same-sex marriages after a federal judge struck down the state's ban. Chad Biggs, left, and Chris Creech say their wedding vows at the Wake County Courthouse in Raleigh, North Carolina, on October 10, , after a federal judge ruled that same-sex marriage can begin in the state.
Joshua Gunter, right, and Bryan Shields attend a Las Vegas rally to celebrate an appeals court ruling that overturned Nevada's same-sex marriage ban on October 7, Supreme Court cleared the way for same-sex marriage in Utah when it declined to hear the state's appeal of a lower court ruling.
Mary Bishop, second from left, and Sharon Baldwin, right, celebrate with family and friends following their wedding ceremony on the courthouse steps in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on October 6, The date marked the first day that all of Illinois' counties could begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
William Roletter, left, and Paul Rowe get close after having their photo taken with their marriage certificate May 21, , at Philadelphia City Hall. A federal judge struck down the state's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage. Rambo and Seaton were the first same-sex couple to be granted a marriage license in Eureka Springs after a judge overturned Amendment 83, which banned same-sex marriage in Arkansas.
Same-sex couples get their marriage licenses at the Oakland County Courthouse in Pontiac, Michigan, on March 22, , a day after a federal judge overturned Michigan's ban on same-sex marriage.
On November 13, , Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie, left, and former state Sen. Avery Chumbley celebrate with a copy of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser after Abercrombie signed a bill legalizing same-sex marriage in the state. Plaintiffs Laurie Wood, left, and Kody Partridge, center, walk with attorney Peggy Tomsic on December 4, , after a judge heard arguments challenging Utah's same-sex marriage ban. The New Jersey Supreme Court denied the state's request to prevent same-sex marriages temporarily, clearing the way for same-sex couples to marry.
Supreme Court rulings on same-sex marriage on June 26, The high court cleared the way for same-sex couples in California to resume marrying after dismissing an appeal on Proposition 8 on jurisdictional grounds.
The court also struck down a key part of the Defense of Marriage Act, a federal law defining marriage as between a man and a woman. At the state Capitol in St. Mark Dayton signs a bill legalizing same-sex marriage on May 14, Jack Markell holds up legislation on May 7, , allowing same-sex couples to wed in the state. Rhode Island state Sen. Donna Nesselbush, right, embraces a supporter after the Marriage Equality Act was signed into law at the statehouse in Providence on May 2, Jamous Lizotte, right, and Steven Jones pose for photos while waiting for a marriage license in Portland, Maine, on December 29, On March 1, , Maryland Gov.
The law was challenged, but voters approved marriage equality in a November referendum. On February 13, , Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire celebrates after signing marriage-equality legislation into law.
Voters there approved same-sex marriage in November , defeating a challenge by opponents. Same-sex marriage became legal in Washington in March Olin Burkhart, left, and Carl Burkhart kiss on the steps of the New Hampshire Capitol on January 1, , after the state's law allowing same-sex marriage went into effect. In May , Maine state Sen. Dennis Damon, left, hands Gov. John Baldacci the bill that the state Senate passed to affirm the right of same-sex couples to marry. Amy Klein-Matheny, left, and her wife, Jennifer, exchange vows in Iowa after same-sex couples were allowed to marry there with an April 3, , court ruling.
The two wed in after Massachusetts approved same-sex marriage. Massachusetts was the first state to do so.
According to Pew Research Center, support for same-sex marriage in the US has steadily increased over the last several years. More than twenty other countries and parts of Mexico also have laws allowing same-sex marriage. Most of these are in Europe and South America. September 21, - President Bill Clinton signs the Defense of Marriage Act banning federal recognition of same-sex marriage and defining marriage as "a legal union between one man and one woman as husband and wife.
December 3, - A state court ruling makes Hawaii the first state to recognize that gay and lesbian couples are entitled to the same privileges as heterosexual married couples. The ruling is stayed and appealed the following day. December 20, - The Vermont Supreme Court rules that gay and lesbian couples should be given the same rights as heterosexual couples.
November 18, - The Massachusetts Supreme Court rules that a ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional. February March 11, - Nearly 4, same-sex couples get marriage licenses in San Francisco, but the California Supreme Court eventually orders San Francisco to stop issuing marriage licenses.
The nearly 4, sanctioned marriages are later nullified by the California Supreme Court. February 20, - Sandoval County, New Mexico issues 26 same-sex marriage licenses, but they are nullified by the state attorney general the same day. February 24, - President George W.
Bush announces support for a federal constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage. March 3, - In Portland, Oregon, the Multnomah County Clerk's office issues marriage licenses for same-sex couples.
Neighboring Benton County follows on March May 17, - Massachusetts legalizes same-sex marriage, the first state in the United States to do so. July 14, - The US Senate blocks a proposed constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage from moving forward in Congress. September 30, - The US House of Representatives votes against amending the Constitution to prohibit same-sex marriage. October 5, - A Louisiana judge throws out an amendment to the state constitution banning same-sex marriage, because the ban also includes civil unions.
In , the Louisiana State Supreme Court reinstates the constitutional amendment. November 2, - Eleven states pass constitutional amendments defining marriage as being between a man and a woman only: March 14, - A Superior Court judge rules that California's law that limits marriage to a union between a man and a woman is unconstitutional.
April 14, - Oregon's Supreme Court nullifies the same-sex marriage licenses issued there in May 12, - A federal judge strikes down Nebraska's ban on protection and recognition of same-sex couples. August 5, - A Washington judge rules the state's law defining marriage is unconstitutional. September 6, - The California Legislature passes a bill to legalize same-sex marriage. The legislature is the first in the United States to act without a court order to sanction same-sex marriages.
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger later vetoes the bill. September 14, - The Massachusetts Legislature rejects a proposed amendment to its state constitution to ban same-sex marriages.
October 7, - The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court hears a case challenging a law prohibiting nonresidents from marrying in Massachusetts if the marriage is prohibited in their home state. The law has been used in recent years to prevent same-sex couples from getting married. November 8, - Texas becomes the 19th state to adopt a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage.
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