The city of Rochester has started the hunt for LGBTQ landmarks

08.11.16 | Sarah Harnisch

The Landmark Society of Western New York is finding and documenting places around Rochester where the gay community has gathered for night life.

Garry and Melissa Ingram are licensed counselors and former homosexuals. They say there's something wrong when a city is glorifying night clubs and the homosexual lifestyle.

Gary Ingram says society has forgotten that gender matters.
He says there are many ways to speak the truth in love-- without making historical landmarks out of gay nightclubs.

The Ingrams are hosting a 3-day conference called "Sexuality and the Church" starting September 30th and running through October 1st in Utica, New York.