With Teamwork, We Reach Milestones

December 9, 2018

Camp’s social side If you’ve spend much time on social media lately, you’ve probably seen countless photos of people’s Thanksgiving dinner tables, their Christmas trees, their indoor or outdoor holiday decorations and their festivities. Scrolling […]

How Do We Begin to Heal? VOTE!

October 29, 2018

October should be a joyful time, as we celebrate National Coming Out Day and LGBTQ History Month. But despite these events, the month was clouded this year by hate-filled incidents that have troubled our souls. […]

Community Service and Voting

September 25, 2018

Our cover this month features the wonderful Andy Chambers, also known as Founding Sister Glamarama Ding Dong in the City of Fountains Sisters. We originally covered this group in 2016 when it was forming. http://campkc.com/2016/06/22/the-city-of-fountain-sisters/ […]

What Happens When LGBTQIA Leaders Get Together

September 17, 2018

Meetings facilitated by the KC Center for Inclusion have led to authentic conversations and problem-solving. Now KCCI’s board president has some requests. On a rainy Tuesday evening in August, more than 60 people gathered at […]

30 Years of AIDS Walks In KC Began Quite Quietly

May 3, 2018

April 1988 was a busy time for Kansas City’s LGBT community. The Heartland Men’s Chorus was preparing for its spring concert at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church. A summer bowling league was starting at Mission Bowl. […]

The Season of Activism

April 4, 2018

It’s that time of year again when we see our community engage in what we do best when engaging in social activism. AIDS Walk is right around the corner on April 28, and this will […]

It’s Time to Demand More From our Lawmakers

February 27, 2018

Kansas GOP’s disrespect for transgender people The Kansas Republican Party will “oppose all efforts to validate transgender identity” under a resolution recently approved by its state committee, which has about 180 members. The party also […]

Sign Up for Health Insurance: It’s On!

November 3, 2017

As the leaves begin to turn and the air becomes more brisk, we find ourselves growing more eager for the upcoming holidays. But before we get organized for our Thanksgiving feasts, let’s begin a new […]

Will LGBT+ Social Spaces Wither Away?

October 13, 2017

The gay bar has been eulogized by the gay press (https://goo.gl/VyKA8Q), pathologized by experts studying crime and deviance, and romanticized by others. On the surface, such eulogies appear to be valid. All across the nation, […]

Celebrate Pride and Push Against Oppression

June 2, 2017

As we celebrate at Pride festivals, it is important now more than ever to understand what these festivals symbolize so that we can begin building a better future. Many individuals in our community feel that […]

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