Black Ballroom Expo Was the Tea

Inspired by Black History Month and the award-winning and critically-acclaimed FX series Pose, the University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL) conceived the Inaugural Black Ballroom Expo: Then and Now to celebrate members of the Black queer community and National HIV & AIDS Awareness Week. Several Black queer youth and an UMSL recruiter established “SERVE,” a collaborative

Trinity “The Tuck” Taylor, Season 4 Winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race, to Emcee Missouri Entertainer of the Year Pageant

Steven Delaney, owner of the Missouri Entertainer of the Year Pageant, announced that Trinity Taylor, National Entertainer of the Year 2014 and winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars Season 4, will be the emcee for Missouri Entertainer of the Year’s 2020 Pageant on Sunday, May 17th at Hamburger Mary’s St. Louis.   Tabbi Katt, the

Mid-20th Century LGBTQ History Revealed in Newly Released Tell-All Memoir — ‘Farm Boy, City Girl: From Gene to Miss Gina’

ST. LOUIS, May 27, 2020 – MiRiona Publishing and author John “Gene” E. Dawson recently announced the official release of his historic memoir, “Farm Boy, City Girl: From Gene to Miss Gina.” The book details Gene’s life growing up in Depression-era Iowa in a poor farming Irish-Catholic family and his adult years spent living on

Here’s your one chance Andy, don’t let us down!

Photographer Andreu Wade Blackwell Talks OnlyFans In our lifetimes, side hustles have never been more important to survival than they are right now. Even The New York Times has examined how people are turning to subscription sites like OnlyFans to make ends meet.  Andreu Wade Blackwell, widely known in St. Louis for his acclaimed drag

St. Louis Black Pride Weekend Canceled

(St. Louis, MO) April 13, 2020 – With growing uncertainty around COVID-19 pandemic, St. Louis Black Pride Board of Directors has made the decision to cancel 2020 St. Louis Black Pride weekend August 14-16, 2020. This decision has been incredibly difficult for us to make but the health and safety of our community and all

Single-Sex Greek Organizations Do Not Fit the Future

By Grace Steidle Social sororities and fraternities on American college campuses are designed for students to build leadership skills while working towards a common philanthropic goal. Alas, many of these organizations have an outdated single-sex structure. In the past decade, there has been increased acceptance and visibility of LGBTQ+ people on American college campuses. These

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