Like it or not, and following so much diversity drama in their newsroom over the past few years, KSHB is now the most progressive local news outlet in pushing pride month whilst the other TV stations offer low key (read: down low) acknowledgment or not much coverage at all.
Here's the 41 hot take tonight . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Not talking about gender dysphoria - feelings of distress regarding gender identity and sex assigned at birth - can be detrimental, according to one Kansas Citian. "You have to talk about it. You have to bring it up.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City-area businesses are coming together this Pride Month to make sure every young person who identifies as LGBTQIA+ has a place to sleep at night. Save, Inc., a non-profit which runs a variety of housing programs, is partnering with businesses to raise money and awareness for PRIDE Haven, its overnight shelter for homeless youth.
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