The Camp 10 – Janet Ryan

August 31, 2013

This month I have a treat for you: I interviewed Janet Ryan, photographer and KC Pioneers member. Ryan has been interested in BDSM since the early 1980s and photographed her first event in the leather community in 1987. […]

The Camp 10 – Bill Wilson

August 9, 2013

As a lecturer at KU, I meet so many incredible young people who are working to make a difference in the LGBTQA community. This month I am excited to introduce my dear friend, University of Kansas School of Pharmacy student Bill Wilson. […]

The Camp 10 – André du Broc

July 4, 2013

This month, I had the opportunity to interview the incredibly diverse André du Broc, a musician, activist, and former clown. Du Broc has worked for Hallmark for more than eight years, and he is now director of editorial for Hallmark Custom Marketing. […]

The Camp 10 – Milton W. Wendland

May 2, 2013

This month, I have the honor and privilege to interview my friend Milton W. Wendland, a visiting assistant professor in the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Department at the University of Kansas. […]

The Camp 10 – Scott Criqui

February 28, 2013

Preparing for the Feb. 26 primary election for Lawrence City Commission, candidate Scott Criqui canvassed neighborhoods, trying to speak with as many residents as possible. […]

The Camp 10 – Jim Vann

March 3, 2011

As this fugly Missouri weather begins to transition into something bearable, gays and gals begin to venture out of their hermit-holes, pull out their wood and slip on a glove. No, this isn�t �Kumbaya� on Fire Island. I�m talking about the Heartland of America Softball League season, which is approaching faster than a twink to a fallen piece of Gaga hair. […]

The Camp 10 – Jessica Cox

February 3, 2011

Welcome to February, a month filled with love due to a clever marketing scheme. Whilst we gaily hold hands and make nice with those we hold dear to a very valuable organ (or several of them), I’m also reminded of how swell it is to have people on my side of the fence who aren’t quite on my side of the fence. […]

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