Next week, 17 KU and Lawrence-based groups will come together for a series titled 51 Years OUT! to celebrate more than half a century of local LGBTQ+ pride.
A new Lawrence community center for young people who identify as queer and trans — particularly youth of color — will hold its grand opening Wednesday afternoon.
The Kansas Department for Children and Families says it works to make sure gay, lesbian and transgender foster children end up in welcoming homes, but nothing in state law requires special consideration.
Black and Brown performers made history at the Thirsty Thursday “Blackout” drag show, which featured only People of Color, at the Jazzhaus in downtown Lawrence.
What’s going on over there? Oh, just Miss Gay Kansas United States Deja Brooks leading the Pride Ride while wearing a giant crown and stilettos.
A new community hub is coming to Lawrence, and it aims to help young queer and trans folk — particularly those of color, or QTPOC+ — not only survive, but thrive.
It was a hot, sunny day at South Park, but that didn’t stop hundreds of people from showing up for Lawrence PRIDE. Many attendees told the Times they were there to show love and support — including giving free hugs.
With the return of Lawrence PRIDE, MsAmanda Love is excited to feel the love of the community that followed the parade down Massachusetts Street each year, prior to the pandemic.
Starting next week, Lawrence nonprofit Rainbow Kids & Families will share pride resources to boost […]
A researcher at the University of Kansas who studies mental health in transgender and LGBTQ youths said there is ample research showing how some legislation can have a negative mental health impact on trans kids.
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