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Liberty Press Kansas HomeWelcome Current Issue Distribution Sites Subscribe! Contests About UsRates, Deadlines Ad Rates / Deadlines Questions Our Writers Free Sample Digital Archives Around KansasNon-Profits, Churches, Etc Email Sign UpGet It In Your Box! Email Archive News More KS News Reviews & More OP-EDs National News News Edwards highlights WSU's Gaypril By Grayson Barnes and Kristi Parker WICHITA - The month of April has been dubbed “Gaypril” by Wichita State University’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) and Spectrum (the LGBTQ and Allies group there). Various fun, educational, and celebratory events are planned, starting with International Transgender Day of Visibility on Mar. 31, ending with Lavender Graduation on May 4. Danielle Johnson, the Assistant Director of the ODI said LGBTQ events at WSU previously only lasted a week, but since the beginning of the ODI, they have extended it to more than a month. At that point, the ODI “kind of jacked the name from KU,” laughed Johnson, “but we are incredibly grateful and we tell them that all the time!” To highlight the month this year, Alyssa Edwards of RuPaul’s Drag Race is hosting the 7th Annual Drag Show. Edwards, whose name is Justin Johnson, has a storied career in the drag world dating back to 2003 when she was crowned the first alternate to Miss Gay Texas. She followed that up with 11 other titles including four competitions at Miss Gay America, which she won in 2010. She also won Miss Gay USofA in 2006 and All American Goddess in 2010. Read more... Positive Directions’ AIDS Walk 2017, additional outreach programs on the horizon By Ciara Reid, staff reporter WICHITA - Positive Directions, Inc. (PDI) is gearing up for AIDS Walk 2017, scheduled for April 29. PDI is a social service agency that provides free HIV-prevention services and HIV testing and outreach education. Specific services include condom distribution, rapid HIV testing, and support group referrals. Participants of the AIDS Walk will meet in the parking lot of The Workroom, located at 150 N. Cleveland in Wichita. Check-in is scheduled for 9am; the walk begins at 10am. The AIDS Walk is free for those who have raised more than $25. All walkers will receive a t-shirt. Read more... Wendy Johnson to serve as Admiral Windwagon Smith Riverfest 2017 concert line-up announced WICHITA - Wichita Festivals, Inc. revealed Wendy Johnson as Admiral Windwagon Smith XLIV, ambassador of Riverfest 2017 which runs June 2-10. Johnson, division director of marketing and communications for the Wichita Public Schools, grew up in Wichita and graduated from Wichita High School East. The recipient of Wichita Festivals’ Galaxy Award in 2013 recognizing more than 20 years of outstanding volunteer service, Johnson served on the WFI Board of Directors for six years and was its chair in 2006. “When I was a kid rolling down the hillside in A. Price Woodard Park during Riverfest, I never thought I would experience this amazing community event as Admiral Windwagon Smith,” Johnson said. In addition, nine days of concerts were also recently announced. Riverfest 2017’s concert headliners include four Grammy Award winners, an Academy Award recipient, a Golden Globe winner and a Kennedy Center Honoree. Read more... Been to Rocky’s? Popular LGBT bar celebrating its first anniversary in April By Kristi Parker WICHITA - With pool leagues, dart night, karaoke, drag shows, life-size Jenga, Ingo nights, and a DJ every Saturday, Rocky’s has become a popular place over the course of its year in existence. The new bar, located just off of Kellogg on Topeka, has a friendly Cheers-type atmosphere with plenty of parking in the back. “We needed a bar for the girls,” Rocky Cornelson, owner, said of her initial inspiration. “Everyone kept saying they were going to open one and then nothing would happen.” But Rocky’s turned into so much more than just a bar for the girls. “Rocky is successful because of her personality and ability to treat everyone equal. She is respected by everyone in the community,” one patron explained. Read more... More KS News 8th annual Little Apple Pride will be biggest yet By Kevin Stilley MANHATTAN - The first Little Apple Pride celebration was held during K-State’s Open House Weekend in April 2010. A rally including a drag show was hosted by K-State’s LGBT and Allies at Triangle Park in Aggieville. Nearly 100 were in attendance. The following year, a parade was added to the event. Participants marched from Manhattan’s First Congregational Church to Aggieville. There were rainbow flags and groups carrying banners representing various allied organizations from the Manhattan/Junction City area. Sam Brinton says this of the first parade: “So, it’s the day of the first parade. We’ve spent months and months in planning. We did all the paperwork and had the permits. We start getting people ready and realize there is no police escort. People start freaking out. “I march into the police station covered in glitter, in my tall heels, and lace-up Apple Bottom jeans. Their eyes go wide. I say, ‘You guaranteed us a police escort. We’ve paid the fees. Now I need you to follow me and escort this parade.’ They got in their car and we showed up to the parade. I’ll never forget that day!” Read more... 10 years of being weird - the Lawrence Busker Festival LAWRENCE - Ten years is a long time to do anything, especially when you are doing something weird. The Lawrence Busker Festival returns for its 10th year of keeping Lawrence weird with street performers from all over the world. On May 26-28, downtown Lawrence hosts over 50 different acts performing on five different stages. The unique and different skills on display include fire manipulations, pogo stick acrobatics, circus spies, break dancing, strong women, aerial artists, musicians, poets and rubber chicken tricks. It’s all free, the acts are only paid by voluntary tips. More information is available at or by calling 785-330-5110 or writing to Read more... 30 Years of Taking Back the Night By Jamie Rhodes WICHITA - A few years ago, Gia (not her real name) met a guy, hung out a few of times, then had him over to watch a movie, to which, he made more and more sexual advances toward her. She began to feel uncomfortable and asked him to leave. He refused and kept insisting they have sex. In a moment of defeat, awkwardness, and pure annoyance, she unwillingly succumbed to his pleading advances, despite her telling him “no,” just to get him to leave. Many woman may share this similar experience, but are too afraid to call it for what it is: RAPE. Read more... Seventh installment of Kid’s Cabaret to benefit Positive Directions By Kristi Parker WICHITA - Amy Menas’ The Studio will be hosting its 7th Kid’s Cabaret for a Cause this time to benefit Wichita’s Positive Directions and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS in NYC. Previous Kid’s Cabarets have raised money for The Treehouse, The Wichit... Similar Website

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