Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Kansas City LGBTQIA History Revealed

An important chronicle of a Kansas City community's journey from persecution into legal recognition . . . Take a look:

New book traces changing times of LGBTQIA in KC

David Jackson is a busy man.Over the years he has written and co-written what's become a long and impressive list of books, including "Winding the Clock on the Independence Square: Jackson County's Historic Truman Courthouse," "Born a Slave: Rediscovering Arthur Jackson's African American Heritage" (about his great-great-great grandfather) and, with Paul Kirkman, "Lock Down: Outlaws, Lawmen & Frontier Justice in Jackson County,

13 comments:

Anonymous said...


How many more letters are they going to add to this acronym, it's hilarious. don't forget to add pedophilia and rapist, lets see if we can get the whole alphabet in there.

Anonymous said...

Bunch of sissies

Anonymous said...

Just another "oppressed" group screaming for rights...that they already have.

Anonymous said...

There are lots of queers here to be sure but nothing like San Fran. When I lived there I woke up each day knowing that no matter what, at least one other dude was going to ask me if he could suck my dick. It isn't that bad here.

Anonymous said...

^^Don't flatter yourself Nancy. You aren't that hot. Although you apparently have latent tendencies. Don't worry...you'll get that dick soon. Keep trying.

Anonymous said...

How significant. The history of queers. I'm sure M.U. will adopt the work as a text book in no time. I can wait to read and study up on fruits as there can not be anything more important to worry about in America.

Anonymous said...

There is quite a large population ofbfaggots and lesbians here. And all the other grit cake morally defective people they hand out with

Anonymous said...

^^As well as pants-shitting geezers who offer nothing to this society but insults and negativity. You're one of them. Good news is your dying every day and the country is slowly becoming better for it.

Anonymous said...

Ever had a job, punk?

Anonymous said...

Preserving our history - all of it - is vital to maintaining a free and open democracy - and it helps define who we are as a people. I have read several of Mr. Jackson's publications - they are wonderfully written and always very well researched - great backdrop as we continue to move toward the day when all people are truly equal. From a text written over 3,000 years ago - "I have seen yesterday - I know tomorrow"

Anonymous said...

Ever had a job, faggot?

Anonymous said...

^^Oh look here everyone! 10:29 used the word faggot! He's trying to insult someone! Isn't that precious dear? What are you 70? Nobody with any sense, or really anybody under 60 uses that anymore. We can tell from your very limited vocabulary, that you are poorly educated, likely unemployed, or preforming menial work for low pay. Why is it you never hear CEO's use that word. Do us all a favor gramps, and go back to your trailer, smoke some more meth and continue to hate the world that has long since passed you by.

Anonymous said...

Question: If the "A'S" (asexuals) do not have sex, then what kind of history would they have?