If you’ve been following Camp for the last six months, you know that there will be changes this year from the big Pride festivals as you’ve known them at the parks and the Power & Light District in Kansas City. This year’s location is Westport Road, and the festival will be May 31 and June 1. […]
Before listening to this album, I had next to no knowledge of Sylvester. I only knew that he died from complications of AIDS in 1988 and was iconic in gay dance music. One of his more notable hits, “You Make Me Feel,” which is one of my favorites from this compilation, was inducted into the Dance Music Hall of Fame in 2004. […]
Q: I was talking with friends about the U.S. Supreme Court hearings about Proposition 8 in California and the Defense of Marriage Act, and some of us were really encouraged by the news reports. Are we being overly optimistic?
I want to share some exciting news — Kansas City helped launch a national LGBT healthcare guild this past month (www.healthcareguild.com), thanks to the generous support of the LGBT-Affirmative Therapists Guild (lgbtguild.com). […]
This month, I have the honor and privilege to interview my friend Milton W. Wendland, a visiting assistant professor in the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Department at the University of Kansas. […]
The Kansas City AIDS Walk marches on, rain or shine, and this year, it was rain. Although it was just a light mist the morning of April 27, the grounds at Theis Park quickly became waterlogged from the previous two days of rain, and loyal walkers had a lot of laundering of shoes and pants to do when they got home. The weather didn’t deter the walkers, from parents with baby strollers to pet lovers who brought their dogs. […]