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'Pride for the Masses' provides space for LGBTQ artists
On June 8 and 9, "I Heart Local Music" coordinated a Pride-themed event at Jackpot Music Hall called "Pride for the Masses" featuring local LGBTQ artists and performers.
June 12, 2018
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Podcast Segment 2: Kansas City's LGBT Landmark
It's been 25 years since sexual orientation was added to Kansas City's Civil Rights Ordinance. It was one of the city's most controversial moves, and created rifts in the community that are still felt. To understand better the push to outlaw discrimination against lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and people with HIV/AIDS, we met a local activist who was the first openly gay candidate for city council, a...
June 08, 2018
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Announcing the Launch of Fountain City Performing Arts
With much excitement, they are announcing the launch of Fountain City Performing Arts, an educational outreach program for LGBTQ teens and allies. FCPA will sponsor both a youth chorus and youth instrumental ensemble with a focus on social justice programming and performance. The official launch date for FCPA is July 1.
May 22, 2018
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Threatening letters persuade gay teacher to leave Seneca school
The threats began shortly after Michael Hill revealed he is gay in October on National Coming Out Day.Following months of harassment, the Nemaha Valley High School visual arts teacher and lifelong Kansan has abandoned his job and home state for the more welcoming environment of Palm Springs, Calif."Things got ugly," Hill said, "and I started to fear for my own well-being."A series of hate-filled l...
April 19, 2018
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Topeka pastor preparing for European LGBT conference
A Topeka pastor with a long history of working with ecumenical Christian organizations in Europe that focus on people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender will travel in May to Italy, where he will attend the annual conference of a group he helped start 36 years ago.The Rev. Paul Whiting said he will attend the European Forum of LGBT Christian Groups as a representative of the Metropolita...
April 14, 2018
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New KU Theatre play will focus on the Lavender Scare, LGBT identities
"Perfect Arrangement" is a comedy set in the 1950s revealing the complexities of LGBT identity in American history. Opening night is Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
March 31, 2018
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Kansas DCF supports bill allowing adoption agencies to refuse LGBT placements
Kansas Department for Children and Families says legislation would encourage more child placement agencies. Opponents say the bill is discriminatory.
March 21, 2018
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Celebrating Music, Books and the LGBTQ Community in Kansas City
Author/filmmaker Mark Spano joins other authors and celebrated harpist for a special event at the Kansas City Center for Inclusion.
March 16, 2018
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LGBT Advocates Denounce Kansas GOP Resolution Against Transgender Rights
A leading Kansas LGBT rights group is pushing back against a newly adopted Kansas Republican Party resolution that activists say dehumanizes transgender
February 21, 2018
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Students access free STI testing at LGBT Resource Center
The Topeka organization Positive Connections offered free HIV testing to K-State students Tuesday.
February 14, 2018
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Lyric tackles transgender opera, but themes are universal to all people
The Lyric Opera of Kansas City will present “As One,” a contemporary chamber opera this weekend that follows the journey of a boy growing up and becoming a woman named Hannah.
January 26, 2018
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Pittsburg woman recognized for LGBT advocacy efforts
The superhero that Julie Huston identifies most closely with is Batman, who struggled through his childhood as Bruce Wayne but grew into adulthood wanting to help others.
January 08, 2018
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Gary Lezak thanks KC for ‘incredible’ support after his announcement that he is gay
Gary Lezak describes coming out publicly. The chief meteorologist for KSHB Channel 41 says he’s lived as a gay man for decades with his partner, Andy Caraway.
December 21, 2017
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Student to mediate panel on LGBT issues
Jo Mora, a nontraditional student, went beyond the scope of a class project at Fort Hays State University to create a conversation that is close to home — sexual orientation.The 41-year-old from Buhler will mediate a discussion with a 10-12 person panel on Tuesday at the Hutchinson Public Library for the forum about being LGBT in a rural area of the Bible Belt. Mora said she has been working...
December 03, 2017
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How K-State Became One Of The Best Places For LGBT Students In The Country
In the ongoing struggle on college campuses for LGBT equality and acceptance, Kansas State University is an unexpected leader. K-State is best known for
November 14, 2017
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Patriotic And Proud Of Their Identities, Kansas City's Transgender Veterans Look To The Future
"I'm a different kind of soldier now," one former service member says. "I'm a citizen."
October 10, 2017
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LGBT BBQ: Food and inclusion on campus
Many of K-State's LGBT organizations started the year with their semiannual barbecue to help spread the word about identity and inclusion on campus.
September 01, 2017
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Why Kansas City’s contentious LGBT history is relevant today
Kansas City played a significant role in the battle to protect the rights of gays and lesbians. A planned documentary called “The Ordinance Project” will chronicle the little-known story of local efforts in the 1990s to pass civil-rights protections based on sexual orientation and HIV-status.
July 31, 2017
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'The guy who shut down Myles Garrett' came out as gay; how Big 12 players, coaches reacted
Scott Frantz didn't plan on this.Was it finally the right time?He'd known since fifth grade and never told anyone. Now the Kansas State offensive lineman was about to tell all of his 100-plus teammates he was gay - before he told his parents, before he told his other friends and before he even proved himself on the field. He was just finishing his redshirt season.
July 28, 2017
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Gay author topic of former Salinan's documentary
Bill Weber couldn't believe a documentary had never been made about the life of Armistead Maupin, so he decided to make one himself.The former Salinan, who works as a film and video editor and documentary director in San Francisco, already was well aware of Maupin's fame in the city by the bay. In 1974, Maupin began writing a newspaper serial called "Tales of the City," telling the stories of ecce...
July 18, 2017
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