A lesbian couple moves out of Dayton and sells their home. Only one of them actually has her name on the title. They are legally married in the state in which they now reside. Is a same-sex spouse entitled to dower rights?
Dayton Gay Men’s Chorus is celebrating 10 years in the Miami Valley with a benefit concert, “Benefit Musicale V” on Saturday, March 9 at 6pm. This year’s benefit is held in the renovated train station known as “Top of the Market”. It’s a wide open space that is perfect for partying. The chorus will give […]
The last weekend of September The Neon is hosting the Downtown Dayton LGBT Film Festival. This is the 7th year for this festival, and the line up looks better than ever. Starting on Friday, Sept 28 through Sunday, Sept 30, you can find short films, full-length movies, documentaries, from rom-coms to politics, there is a broad spectrum of movies presented this weekend.
The City of Dayton now has a Domestic Partner Registry for unmarried couples without regard to sexual orientation. The purpose of the registry is to make it easier for hospitals, universities, employers and others to verify the relationships that are required for such matters as health insurance, hospital visitation rights and authorization to pick up children after school.
The Dayton Gay Men’s Chorus has announced the fourth annual Benefit Musicale, “The Director’s Cut”, to be held on March 17th, at the Dayton Art Institute.
ArtStreet, UD’s arts complex, and Spectrum, the University of Dayton’s gay-straight alliance, will host its first LGBT Short Film Festival on Friday, February 24, 2012, at 9 p.m. The films include “Door Prize,” “Nothing Happened,” “I Don’t Want to Go Back Alone” and “The Rubi Girls.”