Resources in St. Louis

Phat Gurl Fit is St. Louis’ newest low impact, fun and effective dance cardio fitness program designed for the LGBTQ community (and led by members of the community!). Classes are offered at the St. Ann Community Center and the O’Fallon Park Rex Plex YMCA.

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LGBT friendly health and fitness center in St. Louis, MO.

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Illinois Unites for Marriage is a grassroots effort to promote marriage equality in Illinois through raising awareness, volunteer efforts, and contacting legislators.

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Our mission is to provide preventive health education, disease prevention, health promotion and care services that address the health disparities of minorities in the St. Louis Bi-State Region, with particular regard to African Americans.

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Please use this Safe Connections site to┬álearn more about the dynamics of domestic violence and sexual assault…and our programs where victims become survivors. Our mission is to reduce the impact and incidence of relationship violence and sexual assault through education, crisis intervention, counseling and support services.

Located in St. Louis, Missouri, Safe Connections is a place where relationship violence and its long-term effects are addressed in complete confidence and security. Our individual counseling enables thousands of survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault to reclaim their lives. Our 24-hour Crisis Helpline volunteers provide resources and information to survivors, family members and concerned friends. Project HART offers information about healthy relationships to adolescents at schools and other sites around the region. Our services are free, safe and confidential.

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Rustin’s Place is a safe space for young GBTQ men and adults, and is a part of the Mpowerment HIV prevention initiative. All are welcome to the center’s community activities, and are encouraged to to part in the services offered by RP (Rustin’s Place).

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M-Cubed hosts different events for younger gay and bi men in the St. Louis area. We revolve around the entire gay experience, beyond just the bar/club scene. While some of these events are more social-based, and others more education-based, we hope to build a community committed to healthy minds, bodies, and relationships. So whether you’re looking for new friends or new “friends,” come and join us! Events will be posted on this page, so keep watch and don’t miss out

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Once upon a time, there was a group called Boys and Brews. This group flourished for a while, but then one day it just disappeared. After many questions about where the group had gone or when and where the next meeting was, it decided to come back out of hiding. After the months of solitude, the group found itself in a new transcendent state. In this new state, it decided to call itself “GBTea.” And now, GBTea is coming out, bringing with it a new era of Mpowerment.

GBTea is a social group for all gay/bi men and transgender/trans* women under 30 in the St. Louis area. We’ll be meeting at 2pm at Mokabe’s Coffee House. Our first meeting will be about meeting new people within the community! Oh, and your first (non-alcoholic) beverage is free!

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The St. Louis Anti-Violence Advocacy Project’s 24-hour Crisis Line.

314-993-2777

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The St. Louis Crusaders RFC is a USA Rugby Division III club and a member of the International Gay Rugby Association and Board (IGRAB). We are a socially and ethnically diverse group of men, dedicated to the sport of rugby.

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