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KoltonLane97

Kolton Landreth known by his stage name Kolton Lane is a young gay American singer, songwriter, and actor. Kolton can speak fluent English and French. - By: Jaheim K.

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KoltonLane97 added an entry to Kansas.
Blood donations by MSMs: Banned (indefinite deferral) from 1983 to now.
According to the Red Cross, if any man has had any sexual relations with another man, they WILL NOT qualify for a blood donation. Though the FDA deferral impacts all MSMs who have had sex with a man since 1977, the policy did not go into effect until 1983. The policy applied retroactively to 1977.
Sources: fda.gov/BiologicsBloodVacci… www.redcross.org
KoltonLane97 added an entry to Kansas.
LGBT discrimination: Illegal in some contexts from past to now.
Kansas law prohibits discrimination on the bases of sexual orientation or gender identity in government employment. Lawrence is the only jurisdiction in Kansas where such discrimination is prohibited in government and private employment. Salina and Hutchinson had previously had these kinds of discrimination prohibited in government and private employment until the November 2012 election when voters of both cities repealed both anti-discrimination ordinances.
Sources: www.kansas.gov/government/
KoltonLane97 added an entry to Kansas.
Same-sex marriage: Unrecognized from Apr 8, 2005 to Nov 19, 2014.
Kansas voters adopted a constitutional amendment in April 2005 that said "Marriage shall be constituted by one man and one woman only" and banned granting the "rights or incidents" of marriage to other relationships.
Sources: www.kansas.gov/government/
KoltonLane97 added an entry to Kansas.
Same-sex adoption: Single only from past to now.
Kansas Statute ยง59-2113 permits adoption by any adult (statute doesn't exclude upon sexual orientation) or any male-female, married couple petitioning jointly. In November 2012, the Kansas Court of Appeals ruled in the case In the Matter of the Adoption of I. M. that a single person who is not a biological parent of a child cannot petition to adopt that child without terminating the other parent's parental rights. Since the State of Kansas does not recognize same-sex marriages (Some individual counties do), this ruling effectively prevents same-sex couples from second-parent adoption in Kansas. Though, another court case has granted parental rights in the instances of second-parent adoption by a biological parent.
Sources: www.kansas.gov/government/