Film Festival Celebrates Its Kansas City Roots

June 22, 2016

Out Here Now, the Kansas City LGBT Film Festival, always presents a fresh and compelling slate of films. Now in its 17th year of bringing queer stories to the forefront, the program includes selections from […]

The City of Fountain Sisters

June 22, 2016

Over the last few decades, the LGBT community has made great strides in securing human rights. We’ve also seen advances in AIDS care – no longer an almost-certain killer, the virus can be treated with […]

A Pride of Lions 

June 1, 2016

When I came out back in 2001, it was just a few weeks before my birthday and it was right after I went to my first Kansas City Gay Pride festival downtown. It’s amazing to […]

Political Accomplishments in the Season of Pride

June 1, 2016

Cities typically host their Pride celebrations in June to commemorate the historic uprising for LGBT rights at the Stonewall Inn in New York that began June 28, 1969, and continued for several days. Now President […]

Men Find Camaraderie at Prime Timers KC

June 1, 2016

Friends and acquaintances can be good for your soul. Being active and social with them can keep your mind and body healthy, too. If you’re an older gay or bisexual adult male in the Kansas […]