Celebrating Our Progress

October 26, 2014

State by state, marriage equality keeps winning in the courts. Even as we go to press, we know that more rulings may be made after our deadline. […]

SpeakOut – Grabbing a Cab? Use a Local Company, Not a Big Bully

October 26, 2014

At a hearing this fall before Kansas City’s Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, an immigrant to the United States urged officials to intervene in Yellow Cab’s business tactics, which stand a good chance of running our local minority and women-owned taxi cab companies out of business. […]

9 Things the Younger Gay Generation Needs to Know

May 26, 2014

Ten years ago, I moved to Kansas City to be with my boyfriend, who is now my husband. That October, we enjoyed an evening of fun in the West Bottoms, where we entered one of Kansas City’s famed haunted houses. Kansas Citians take Halloween very seriously. […]

Ten Years of Making History

May 26, 2014

Camp holds the distinction of being the longest-running magazine now being published for the LGBT and allied communities in Kansas City. This issue marks 10 years since we launched at Kansas City’s 2004 Gay Pride festival. […]

Join Us for AIDS Walk 2014

April 19, 2014

For 26 incredible years, the AIDS Walk family has united in friendship, compassion and hope to remember those we have lost to HIV/AIDS and to affirm those who live with the disease every day. […]

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