’Tis the Season to Help Out

April 12, 2017

  No, I’m not talking about the holidays. April is the kickoff month for many activities that are coming up in Kansas City’s LGBT community. And like most events, they need volunteers. If you’ve been […]

Don’t Give Trump a Free Pass

December 12, 2016

Remember the optimism we had before the Nov. 8 election? Camp’s November editorial expressed great hopes for a Hillary Clinton presidency. Electing candidates like Jason Kander to represent Missouri seemed so possible. Like others, we […]

Working to Improve LGBTQ Health

October 31, 2016

More than a year after marriage equality became the law of the land nationwide, President Obama and those who work at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – including Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell, […]

You Must Vote for Hillary

October 31, 2016

You have no choice but to vote for Hillary Clinton for president. Your very life depends on it. It is often said that one thing that we as a community learned from the AIDS epidemic […]

Lying? Or just Not Telling?

October 2, 2016

This month’s issue of Camp celebrates two themes: October is LGBT History Month, and Oct. 11 is National Coming Out Day. As we get closer to Election Day, much has been made by media outlets […]

KC Cares, and a busy political season

July 27, 2016

To help victims and survivors of the June 12 Pulse bar shooting in Orlando, where 49 people died and more were injured, Kansas City’s gay bars quickly came forward to form a group called KC […]

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 […]

Many Memorable Moments from 2015

January 17, 2016

What a year, and what a ride. As we all do, I’m beginning to look back at my year. And for me, it certainly was a special year, one in which I learned a lot. Let me share with you some of the lessons I took from 2015. […]

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