A few years ago, we spent much of the summer traveling to Pride celebrations throughout the United States. We were impressed that other Midwestern cities celebrate LGBT history and culture in a big way. […]
My first Pride in Kansas City was 2009 at the Liberty Memorial. I have been to every Pride since, and each year the Pride that Kansas City puts on gets worse and worse — this year being the absolute worst! […]
Thank you for your article regarding what is in fact happening with the Lesbian and Gay Community Center of Greater Kansas City (editorial, October 2012, campkc.com/campkc-content.php?Page_ID=1932). It is way more than time that we all ask ourselves this question, and finally, someone is publicly doing so.
The election season is upon us, and as someone who is actively involved in the political process, I have seen many things — things that frustrate me and explain why more people stay out of the political sphere. […]
Kansas City has a lot to be proud of. Five outstanding gentlemen from the KC Carnivores traveled to Manchester, England, joined the Chicago Dragons, and gave it their all at the 2012 Bingham Cup on June 1-3. […]
I want to thank Camp and Bradley Osborn for the expansive and excellent article about Jay Michaelson [“‘God vs. Gay’ author to speak in Kansas City”> that was included in the February issue of Camp! ” […]
Some members of Kansas City’s LGBT community have voiced concerns about Pride having an event at the Power & Light District, stating that the Power & Light District has policies that are racist, homophobic and transphobic […]