Minding Your Health – The Age Matrix

October 2, 2016

When I first came out as a gay man, a maxim I often heard was that growing old in the gay community meant you would be lonely, depressed, bitter and alcoholic and that it was […]

The Camp10 – Johnda Boyce

October 2, 2016

I’ve lived in Kansas for 12 years now, and I forget what it’s like to be a new arrival. This month I interviewed Johnda Boyce, a relatively recent transplant to Kansas City, for a fresh […]

CampBiz – September, 2016

September 9, 2016

Heartland Men’s Chorus opens two rehearsals to new singers Interested in singing with Heartland Men’s Chorus? Now is the time to think about lending your voice on stage. Learn more at the HMC rehearsals on […]

Warning: These Red Flags Signal Boundary Violations

July 28, 2016

Relationships are wonderful – and also difficult. Early in a relationship, it’s not easy to tell whether it will become abusive. Romantic relationships have four stages, according to Charlotte Kasl, a psychotherapist and the author […]

An Activist Who Provides Tech Support

July 27, 2016

Our Kansas City lesbian community is vibrant with people who commit their lives to making a difference. One of these generous people is Lucky Garcia, a local activist and web developer extraordinaire who spends most […]

Avoiding a Name-Change Nightmare

July 27, 2016

I am a transgender woman who would like to legally change my name. I live in Savannah, Georgia, and this issue has been a big deal lately after your client, Rowan Feldhaus, was denied a […]

Camp10 – Miguel Morales

July 27, 2016

This summer has been challenging, first with the Pulse nightclub massacre and more recently with the assaults on men of color and police officers (not to mention attacks in Europe and in the Middle East). […]

Tragedy In the Midst of Pride: What Now?

July 18, 2016

The moment before the horrific June 12 slaughter in Orlando struck, many of us were feeling unprecedented acceptance, a legitimization of our civil rights, and a sense of affirmation and security. We were celebrating Gay […]

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