The political became personal down Kentucky way. The Kentucky Equality Federation and the Kentucky Fairness Alliance have called it quits as a queer coalition. And, according to federation leader Jordan Palmer, the problems stem from the Alliance’s leader, Christina Gilgor.
Palmer released the following statement after the dissolution resolution:
[We have] received many reports from federation management and affiliated organizations about difficulties in working with current leadership of the Kentucky Fairness Alliance and particularly its chief spokeswoman, Christina Gilgor.
Palmers goes on to accuse the Alliance of “alienating” Federation members, but did not get into the specifics of the “personal matters”.
Gilgor, meanwhile, insists that her group will “continue to do our work”.