The Meaning of Marriage

March 20, 2014

The ACLU of Missouri announced Feb. 12 that it would be filing a lawsuit against the state on behalf of eight legally married LGBT couples who are Missouri residents. Jim MacDonald and Andy Schuerman, one of the married couples in the lawsuit, are the only ones who are Kansas City area residents. […]

Meaningful Moments

December 6, 2013

As we close out the year and enter a New Year of anticipation, some events in November stood out. […]

Partnerships

November 2, 2013

I hope you enjoy this special issue of Camp, which includes a supplement about the good work of SAVE Inc. and its Nov. 1 fundraiser, HomeComing: A Mad Affair. Flip the magazine to the back cover to read this special supplement. […]

Out and Proud in October

October 2, 2013

Although it wasn’t intentional, we found ourselves with three key articles on LGBT youth in this October issue. […]

Back to the Basics’ for Pride

May 31, 2013

If you’ve been following Camp for the last six months, you know that there will be changes this year from the big Pride festivals as you’ve known them at the parks and the Power & Light District in Kansas City. This year’s location is Westport Road, and the festival will be May 31 and June 1. […]

Making Proud Strides Toward Equality

February 28, 2013

This issue of Camp will reach you just as many activities in the Kansas City LGBT community are really getting underway. The AIDS Walk Open miniature golf tourney will be March 2, a day after this issue hits the streets […]

Americans’ Views Are Shifting

December 6, 2012

For the LGBT community, 2012 has been a good year. The fact that the president and vice president came out in support of same-gender marriage and still were re-elected by the American people in November is monumental. […]

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