Glenda received a masters degree in education in from UM Columbia, and moved to St. A compromise date in late April was accepted. The original idea was to do this in June. Louis Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights, would hold a first informational meeting of about 30 people on May 12, at the Metropolitan Community Church. Louis through the leadership of local educator Rodney Wilson. Some folks get wrapped-up with it.
The Committee was comprised of "emissaries from all of the other gay groups in town, … plus some few people from [minority] organizations other than gay.
Other St. Louis Lesbian Groups and Gatherings in the 1970s
Louis is pretty diverse and LGBT friendly. GLTB people were so oppressed in earlier times that they had to create their own space to begin to develop their sense of pride and even right to self-respecting existence. If you're looking for rural areas, I'd say the Illinois side is better; you may be able to get multiple acres with a view of the Arch in downtown St. According to No Bad News "extra tables were needed to accomodate the 90 people who came to enjoy the food and an extensive after-dinner theatrical reading by three members of Lutherans Concerned [B. Louis when it first was a thing.