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St. Louis Women’s March has decided to release this official statement to clarify our position on diversity and anti-Semitism within our planning committee. We will move forward focusing on the work that needs to be done here in St. Louis, for women of all religions, colors, creeds, sexual identities here at home:

 

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OSCE report calls for Russian and international action against perpetrators of human rights violations

  

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) — America’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) civil rights organization — responded to a new report released by the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) documenting horrific anti-LGBTQ crimes against humanity in the Russian republic of Chechnya that first made headlines in April 2017. Refuting denials from Chechen and Russian authorities, the report details the systematic torture, abuse and murder of LGBTQ people.

 

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"Amy's Song," written by singer/songwriters Matt Simons and Amy Kuney (Ames) is inspired by Kuney's real-life experiences around being gay. The song meditates on the idea that love is love, no matter what.

 

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ST. LOUIS, Mo. - The Q Collective will host Intimacy, Sexuality, and Consent On Stage: A Panel Discussion on Creating Safe Spaces on Stage and In the Rehearsal Room on January 15, 2019 at The Monocle in the Grove from 7-9 pm.

 

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BOYSTOWN covers feature models

Matt Bailey, Kyle Goffney, Pablo Hernandez, Jake Jensen,

Nick Mascardo, Nick Stracener, and Cory Zwierzynski

 

You may not know him by name, but you will surely recognize a series of books that he has authored called BOYSTOWN. Jake Biondi’s gay book series features sexy covers, relatable characters and as much drama as a telenovela. (Check out our full interview with Biondi here.)

 

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