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“RuPaul’s Drag Race” Alums Bring Their Fashion “Out of the Closet” for New Logo TV Digital Series

In an all-new digital series launching next Tuesday, April 17 at noon ET on LogoTV.com, fans of the pop culture phenomenon “RuPaul’s Drag Race” will be given a glimpse into the fierce closets of six fan-favorite drag queens. During “Out of the Closet,” an intimate six-episode series, viewers are invited into the homes of Acid […]

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Hello, Beautiful! Randy Fenoli

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Hello, Beautiful! With his signature phrase, flamboyant presence and a discerning and stylish eye, Randy Fenoli has propelled himself into a household name on TLC with Say Yes to the Dress, Randy Knows Best and Randy to the Rescue.

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Retro Halloween

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Halloween is the highest of gay holy days and St. Louis’ LGBT community has been putting its own, unique stamp on the festive holiday for generations. Whether finding ourselves standing in the footprint of history (in six-inch heels, no less) when nine drag queens were arrested for masquerading in 1969 and forming the city’s first LGBT rights organization (The Mandrake Society), to cultural shaping parties that would become the stuff of legend – we continue to embrace Oct. 31 as our own.

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The Next 45 Years

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As the debate over what the American LGBT community can do in response to the so-called anti-gay propaganda law in Russia rages on, it illustrates the role our community will play for decades to come.

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Family Ties: Jack & Colin Lovett

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[caption id="attachment_2155" align="alignleft" width="440"]Window OneoutoftenThe only difference between us is 60 years and sexuality.[/caption]

I’m sitting between Air Force Lt. Colonel, (Ret) Jack C. Lovett and his grandson Colin Lovett a week after the duo touched PrideFest goers by participating in the first-ever wreath laying ceremony to honor fallen LGBT veterans at Soldiers’ Memorial and leading the LGBT Center of St. Louis’ Military Diversity Project in the annual Pride Parade.

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Sochi 2014: Visibility Under Wraps

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[caption id="attachment_2121" align="alignleft" width="440"]1 out of 10 bannerAll athletes, coaches, officials and fans should be treated with respect and offered safety by virtue of the Olympic treaty each host city signs when they bid for the Games. [/caption]

Russia’s much-maligned anti-gay bill barring the distribution of information about homosexuality to children was overwhelmingly approved on June 11 by the lower house of parliament.

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Bayard Rustin: “Brother Outsider”

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The mere mention of the 1963 March on Washington immediately summons Dr. Martin Luther King’s soaring “I Have a Dream” speech from our collective American memory. That iconic march and moment on August 28, 1963, in the shadow of Lincoln, demanded history’s notice as a turning point in the civil rights and social justice movements – and its architect was an out gay man.

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A Paper Tiger Burns

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[caption id="attachment_1992" align="alignleft" width="440"]Paper TigerIt’s a man versus nature, it’s man versus self kind of story[/caption]

Bullying. Most of us in the LGBT community have faced it at one point or another and sadly, there are many of us who have been shunned or shamed or even disowned by our families for who we are. Issues like these are of increasing importance to our community as we bolster the younger generation and try to help those scarred from homophobia or violence.

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