Click to print Opens in new window St. Louis, Missouri hides in a three-state-sized cornfield. Demographically, it is preposterously uneven. There was the nook of the county where I went to prep school. I graduated in a wedding dress, attended debutante balls, and had a near-constant Frappuccino as part of my polo-khaki-skirt uniform. And then there is the city itself.
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Louis is no exception: When I first moved to St. I started hanging out in the Grove — back then it was called the Manchester Strip — and it was great to finally find my people. It was super important for me to have that. The national media have noted a growing vacuum of lesbian-centered public spaces, suggesting that many of us lack the desire or disposable income to meet in bars. Do you see that playing out here? You used to have to go to the bars to meet people.