From Drag To The Arena

September 3, 2017

Labor Day weekend will bring local and national contestants to Cleveland, Mo., for the annual Missouri Gay Rodeo Show-Me State Rodeo. Volunteers are the ones who make the event possible, and Angela Parker will be […]

New Perspectives

June 2, 2017

Oliver Garbo and Brittney Diebold-Garbo met at the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCU). “We met within the first month or two of school,” said Oliver. “She actually had a boyfriend at the […]

KC Lesbian Events

June 2, 2017

May 31: Chris Pureka at Knuckleheads, 2715 Rochester St., KCMO June 1: Outloud! Feminist Open Mic Night at Uptown Arts Bar, 3611 Broadway St., KCMO June 2: DJ Citizen Jane at Kansas City PrideFest, Berkley […]

CampBiz – June, 2017

June 2, 2017

News Briefs LIKEME Lighthouse-KC changes its name The board of directors for LIKEME Lighthouse-KC, 3911 Main St., has announced a new identity and changes in its leadership. The organization is celebrating five years as the […]

‘We’re Just People’

June 2, 2017

“New York and Los Angeles!” Nyla Foster had opened the office door and called these words out to me. I turned and looked back as I left the offices of the Kansas City Anti-Violence Project […]

HIV Status And Honesty

May 1, 2017

In April, the Kansas City Care Clinic opened its third location, in the Northeast area of Kansas City, Mo. It’s at 4601 Independence Ave., the site of the former Neighborhood Family Care clinic. The two […]

Ron Megee’s Got Us Covered

May 1, 2017

Ron Megee and I have often joked with each other about how many times he’s been on the cover of Camp. We make comparisons to the Saturday Night Live “Five-Timers Club” of most-frequent guest hosts, […]

He Found a Way to Help Out Immigrants

April 12, 2017

  A few months back, real estate agent Christopher Webb, of Shawnee, Kansas, was showing one of his houses to potential buyers. They said they liked the house, just not the location. Why? Because the […]

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