Resources in St. Louis

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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The St. Louis SLAM is a women’s tackle football team that welcomes players from both Missouri and Illinois.  There are only a few requirements:

  • Players must be 18 years or older
  • Proof of health insurance is required
  • A desire to want to learn the game of football and get in better shape doing it!

Absolutely NO experience is necessary.  Our coaching staff will teach you everything you need to know about playing football, including how to reduce the risk of injury and get in shape!

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The Ethical Society of St. Louis is a welcoming home for a group of people from various religious backgrounds in the major faiths, as well as agnostics and atheists, who come together to celebrate our journey through life and affirm our ability and responsibility to lead ethical lives of personal fulfillment that aspire to the greater good of humanity.

Some of our members and visitors concurrently attend their more mainstream houses of worship (such as a churches or synagogues) sometime during the week and then join us on Sundays and, perhaps, during the week for our other programs.

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St. Louis Mo Climbers is a club for queer and ally rock climbers in the Gateway City. Membership is open to climbers from experts to beginners. Never climbed before? Join us and we’ll show you the way. A climbing session amongst friends is good for the soul — and the forearms.

Club meets every Monday night around 8 PM at Upper Limits Rock Climbing Gym downtown (just west of Union Station – 326 South 21st Street, St Louis, MO). Daily pass is $10 on Mondays for members of the club. Club climbs until they kick us out at 10 PM and then we’ll typically go out for food and beer. See recent news for upcoming event details. For details on renting gear, visit upperlimits.com. Any questions? Just ask us.

Expand your gay and lesbian climbing network. Check out the homoclimbtastic.com to hook up with other rock climbers in California, Georgia, New York and Ontario.

St. Louis Mo Climbers.
We’re members of the Homo Climbtastic Collective.

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Services & Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE) is the country’s largest and oldest organization dedicated to improving the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender older adults. Our mission is to lead in addressing issues related to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender aging.

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TransHaven serves as an active organization representing the Trans Community in advocacy, as well as supporting the issues of the broader LGBTIQA Community.

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Vital VOICE Omni Media is St. Louis’ premier lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) informational, entertainment and news source for a modern life/style. Established in June 2000, Vital VOICE can boast over a decade of experience in delivering distinctive content that informs, empowers and entertains the LGBT and allied community.

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We have been the leading provider, educator and protector for reproductive health care in the St. Louis Region and Southwest Missouri for 80 years.

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KUTO envisions a community free of adolescent suicide, where teens lead emotionally healthy lives. KUTO prepares teens with the skills, confidence and courage to help their peers and themselves cope before, during and after crisis.

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