The Unicorn is Hungry

March 11, 2012

When most people think of eating disorders, they usually don’t think, “That’s funny!” It is a serious problem, especially among young people. However, if there is any place with enough guts to try to make you laugh at the topic, it’s the Unicorn Theatre. […]

Welcome, Like Me Lighthouse Center

March 1, 2012

As you will read in several stories in this issue of Camp, the March 10 weekend brings the long-awaited opening of a new center for the LGBT community in Kansas City. […]

Jackson County Adds Protections for the LGBT Community

March 1, 2012

We just received word from PROMO, Missouri’s statewide advocacy organization for the LGBT community, that Jackson County anti-discrimination codes have been updated to include sexual orientation and gender identity in housing and public accommodations. […]

Musicality

March 1, 2012

The beginning track of Lana Del Rey’s Born to Die is seductive, but it somehow turns into a monotonous train with one fate – derailment. I couldn’t help but keep listening to it, like a crash that one can’t help but stare at. I’m glad I did because I couldn’t have been more wrong. […]

Ask Lambda Legal – Transitioning at Work

March 1, 2012

Q: I’m a transgender woman, and it is time for me to transition at work, but I am concerned about being able to keep my job. Will the law protect me from the discrimination I might face because I’m transitioning? […]

Kansas City Chef Writes ‘Practically Raw’ Cookbook

March 1, 2012

Chef Amber Shea Crawley of Kansas City is releasing her first vegan cookbook, Practically Raw on March 15. This young chef, who writes the blog “Almost Vegan,” is making her place in the vegan world with an open attitude about food and a strict view on health. […]

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