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‘Drag Race All Stars’ Season 3 Queens to be Revealed Oct. 20

Following his second consecutive Emmy® Award win for Outstanding Host for a Reality-Competition Program, RuPaul is jump-starting the third season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” with an hour-long televised eleganza extravaganza on Friday, October 20th at 8:00 PM ET/PT on VH1. The drag-tastic special will reveal the queens who are set to make the […]

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Jack’d Announces Next Generation in Gay App Hook-Ups: Jack’d 4.0

In the fourth generation of Jack’d, the popular hook-up app for gay urban millennials, the ability to take screenshots of anything on the app has been disabled. This latest innovation — a step up in security from the Snapchat app that merely alerts members when a screenshot of their story has been taken — is […]

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Poet Jane Ibur to Perform Sept. 23 During BookFest


“At age five, I had a notebook of scribbles, before even being able to write,” the poet laughs and pretends to draw in the air with her fingers, “It’s all I ever wanted.” Jane Ellen Ibur, though she’ll insist you call her Janie, is an educator, poet and author of the new collection of poetry, […]

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PrideSTL Announces Hurricane Harvey Donation Drive

In the aftermath and devastation left by Hurricane Harvey, many members of the nationwide LGBTQIA+ community are displaced and struggling for basic necessities. PrideSTL announced today that they are holding a donation drive to help those who desperately need it at this time. All donations will be given to the Montrose Center, Houston’s LGBT Center. […]

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Equality Texas Releases Statement Denouncing Trump Administration’s Plan to End DACA


Equality Texas is the largest statewide organization dedicated solely to securing full equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer Texans through political action, education, community organizing, and collaboration. Our organization knows first hand how the Latinx LGBTQ community is experiencing an intense and complicated time living within the United States. In Texas alone, so […]

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Award-Winning LGBTQ Filmmaker JD Disalvatore Loses Battle With Cancer

JD Disalvatore, a prolific LGBT film and television producer and director and gay rights activist, died on Thursday, August 24, after a long battle with cancer. She was 51. A proud marching band trumpet player in Miami Palmetto Senior High, JD went on to study communications at Boston University, absorbing as much as she could from her creative […]

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Celebrate the Arts in St. Charles at the MOSAICS Fine Art Festival Sept. 15-17

The MOSAICS Fine Art Festival Committee and the City of St. Charles will be celebrating the 23rd Annual MOSAICS Festival, which takes place the weekend of September 15-17, 2017 along several blocks of North Main Street in Historic St. Charles, Missouri. This annual free Arts Festival is a popular family-friendly weekend event, with activities for […]

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Trump Signs Discriminatory Anti-Transgender Military Directive

President Trump signed an unnecessary and divisive directive that bans the military from recruiting transgender service members, and bans the Department of Defense from providing necessary medical care for current transgender service members. At press time, it is unclear if currently serving members will be able to continue since The White House has left questions […]

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