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MTUG’s Telethon: “Community Made it Happen”

MTUG’s Telethon: “Community Made it Happen”

Last week’s 24-hour fundraising telethon by the Metro Trans Umbrella Group was the talk of the internet—it was such a cool throwback idea, updated for the social media age. “Old-school fun with a trans queer twist,” says MTUG’s executive director and co-founder Sayer Johnson. “Community made it happen.” So, how did it turn out? Well,

Physician Ken Haller Has a Not-So-Secret Talent: Cabaret

Physician Ken Haller Has a Not-So-Secret Talent: Cabaret

“I think of myself very much as a storyteller — probably a storyteller first and then a singer second.” For cabaret artist Ken Haller, the stories that weave his songs together are the important part of his shows. “The thing about the cabaret is that it’s about creating an emotional space for the audience so

Ericka Hart’s Art is Resistance and Yours Can Be, Too

Ericka Hart’s Art is Resistance and Yours Can Be, Too

This weekend, expand your ideas about what art can do in a conversation with Ericka Hart. Hart is a queer black femme who describes herself as a kinky, poly activist and sexuality educator—as well as a cancer warrior, after surviving a diagnosis of breast cancer at 28. Sex Positive St. Louis and Afrosexology are co-presenting

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