All types of families are welcome and wanted at a Coming Out Party planned for Tuesday evening, the host says.
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.
As Pride Month nears its end, the foundation that supports the Lawrence Public Library is set to host a bingo event with popular Lawrence drag artist Deja Brooks.
“Queer history is vital to a queer future. Reclaiming spaces in history that were occupied by real people through fiction is just as vital,” Margo Moore writes.
Q: Dear Cody, what made you stay in Lawrence? After everything with your former employer and the current state of this community, why stay?
“You open the app and you’re pleasantly surprised that you’re able to identify as nonbinary, only to immediately be misgendered in the next step by being forced to be perceived as either a man or a woman to others,” Kimberly Lopez writes.
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.
This week, Cody reflects on radio requests, their crushes on “90210,” and the songs they sang flamboyantly in their youth.
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.
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