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  • Carlisle Borough Council passes LGBT protection ordinance - abc27 December 9, 2016
    abc27Carlisle Borough Council passes LGBT protection ordinanceabc27(WHTM) – The Carlisle Borough Council passed an ordinance Thursday evening giving those in the LGBT community more protections against discrimination. ... Nancy Koenig came out as a lesbian in her 30s and feels relieved the ordinance passed.and more »
  • Rock Picks: Trans-Siberian Orchestra's Christmas grandiosity - News & Observer (blog) December 8, 2016
    News & Observer (blog)Rock Picks: Trans-Siberian Orchestra's Christmas grandiosityNews & Observer (blog)... for the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Cathy Disney/Special to the Kansas City Star ... So there's really nothing more thematically appropriate to the season than Trans-Siberian Orchestra's hair-metal-Christmas grandiosity. TSO shows are kind of ...and more »
  • Major survey of transgender Americans finds pervasive bias - KAKE December 8, 2016
    TIMEMajor survey of transgender Americans finds pervasive biasKAKENEW YORK (AP) - The largest-ever survey of transgender Americans paints a grim picture of pervasive discrimination and harassment, to the point that many of them attempt suicide at some point. Released on Thursday by the National Center for Transgender ...2015 US Transgender Survey - National Center for Transgender […]
  • Transgender Student Named King of Kansas School Dance - ABC News December 6, 2016
    Wichita EagleTransgender Student Named King of Kansas School DanceABC NewsA 17-year-old transgender student who advocated for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights at a suburban Wichita high school was named king of a winter ball after receiving the most votes from his fellow students. Derby High School Tyler Krayer ...Transgender student wins Holly Ball crown […]
  • Gamers convention to stay in Indianapolis through 2021 - Kansas City Star December 6, 2016
    WNDU-TVGamers convention to stay in Indianapolis through 2021Kansas City StarA massive video game convention that once threatened to leave Indianapolis during an intense public debate over LGBT rights announced Tuesday that it has signed a contract that will keep the event in the city through 2021. Gen Con, one of the largest ...Gamers convention to stay […]

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  • Keep the Anger, Lose the Hate November 15, 2016
    Anger is a powerful tool. If nothing else, this election proved that fact. Trump ran a hateful, angry campaign, and it paid off very well for him. The impulse to spew all that hate right back into his orange, pudgy little face is alarmingly strong. Succumbing to this temptation is satisfying too. The only thing […]
    Sam Danley
  • How KC Played a Role in LGBT History October 25, 2016
    The Stonewall riots, which took place in New York City during the summer of 1969, are generally considered the spark that ignited the gay liberation movement. While there’s no denying the importance of Stonewall, many people often overlook another event that also played an important role in the emergence of LGBT activism. The first ever […]
    Sam Danley