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The tour company operated by self-proclaimed history nerds Amanda Ball Clark and Elizabeth Eikmann offers offbeat tours of the city, including its Queer St. (You can join a public one the weekend before Pride, on June 22. ) “We use the lens of queer history, life, entertainment and activism in St.
Louis for the past hundred-plus years as a backdrop for wandering around downtown,” Eikmann says.
Bookstores have always made for natural gathering spaces, and while the news about them can sometimes feel dire, St. Left Bank Books in the Central West End is an absolute institution, queer-owned and independent since 1969.
It hosts reading groups for gay men and lesbians as well as readings and big-name authors’ talks.
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) as well as the smaller and more DIY Tower Grove Pride in the urban wilds of Tower Grove Park. We also have smaller and more regional celebrations like Metro East Pride Fest, which is the early-June kickoff to Pride season; Pride St.
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Bar PM and Hummel’s Pub are a mini-gayborhood in the up-and-coming neighborhood of Carondelet. For a quarter century, it’s been a welcoming spot for queers, community organizers, sober folks, vegetarians, vegans and those who just appreciate a great cup of java.
The gender-inclusive restroom has a bulletin board full of queer events citywide.