The Cancel Culture of STL


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The Back Story


In 2018, a lesbian was attacked while leaving the Grey Fox Pub; she was accused of being a TERF. House of Chuck Magazine reached out to the owners of Grey Fox Pub in 2020, and they told us that these same individuals protested a local show because they thought one of the entertainer’s names was transphobic. Cyber terrorism did not stop there, Dickie Rebellion and Billy Midol began targetting community leaders left and right.

According to many, these individuals got drunk on power and developed a love for tainting community leaders with transphobia and scandal. Other members of the community decided to support them and weaponized them. Before we knew it, their following had grown so big they became virtually unstoppable. They became the cancel culture of St. Louis. In January 2019, I was granted an interview with a local magazine about a similar situation. I was presented with a list of names, and these names matched some of the individuals who were targeting me back in 2017.

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Pride St. Louis 2019

In June 2019, While Jolene Gosha served on Pride Board, Dickie Rebellion as the Pride King, and MTUG as the Grand Marchall, Pride St. Louis was the next target. In a Youtube Video, Gosha described how she plotted to shut Pride St. Louis down and shared behind-the-scenes details. This scandal threw everything up in the air, and then the situation became a matter of public safety. While Jolene Gosha, Dickie Rebellion, and MTUG tried to take down Pride St. Louis, someone wanted to kill us.

The former Mayor did nothing but try to cover her tracks, and the Cancel Culture Group continued to target community leaders. For example, a board member of MTUG targeted Christine Elbert at a coffee shop and went around telling everyone she was transphobic. Elbert has been helping members of the transgender community since the ’80s and has been awarded for her charity work in the LGBTQ community. We later learned that Jolene Gosha orchestrated this.

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House of Chuck Magazine followed the digital bread crumbs, which led us to the Metro Trans Umbrella Group. I began asking about MTUG and was told all kinds of stories about their terrible reputation and how they treat community leaders outside their organization. Finally, I came up with the idea to get an inside look. I presented them with the idea of doing a Fashion show in their honor. They took the bait; I was granted a meeting and was given an inside look.


Case #314 Beyond the Binary

MTUG gave me inside access to their wifi, social media account, groups. I presented the idea that we take my photography work in the LGBTQ Community and dedicate it to Black Trans Lives Matter. They declined my presentation and wanted to make it all about their organization after I looked more into the organization and was advised by several trans entertainers and my team that working with MTUG was a bad idea.

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They came to me with a few complaints, and I told them to talk to their board about what changes needed to be made. MTUG decided that they did not want to support the event; I was relieved and told the events coordinator that I would be moving forward with another Charity. However, they responded with racism towards my cast members. For the next Four months, MTUG would have its followers work undercover to set me up. They even tampered with the breaks of my car while I was in Chicago covering an event.

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I was even called Transphobic by a Queer Pastor at a press party. I took this as a sign that the show was not going to happen and to keep my eyes open because the final casting call was coming up. I couldn’t believe how many members of MTUG auditioned for the show and were working undercover. I didn’t quite know what to do, so I consulted with my team and then called a few of my press people because a scandal was about to take place.

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When the scandal took place, my media team did what they did best and managed the story. House of Chuck Magazine was created a few weeks after the scandal; the local media told me that nobody has ever been brave enough to stand up to MTUG. MTUG has been recovering ever since and has had a change of heart ever since we exposed them.

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House of Chuck Magazine got the show canceled!

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Malicious Maxi

After we exposed MTUG's corrupted behavior, many went into hiding because they knew House of Chuck Magazine was monitoring them. A week later, something even more significant than this scandal hit, and the world has not been the same since. During the pandemic, some of the victims were targeted again on social media. Around June 2020, Maxi Glamour accused Jade Sinclair of being a racist for not having enough diversity in her shows and Mariah Candy for being transphobic, not acknowledging the Non-Binary Community. House of Chuck Magazine interviewed and demanded a meeting take place.

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House of Chuck Magazine quickly learned that a similar situation happened with The Gay Men’s Social Group and the St. Louis LGBTQ community has given Maxi Glamour a nickname.  Malicious Maxi set up the Gay Men’s Social Group and then accused them of not having enough diversity in their lineup. Around that time, Malicious Maxi performed at Grey Fox Pub and shoved a bottle up their anus, and told the bartender they would never perform for a white-owned club ever again.

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Protesting the Protest

In July of 2020, community leaders reached out to Malicious Maxi to support a protest where a club owner had conducted racism, transphobia, and sexual acts; malicious Maxi declined to attend the event and later shaded a local entertainer for standing up for her race and her community. Several of MTUG’s board members got together and protested against the protest because of my involvement.

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Since then, more facts have been presented to House of Chuck Magazine regarding community leaders being set up and tainted with transphobia. Finally, however, House of Chuck Magazine has a theory that could crack the motivation behind Malicious Maxi and their reign of terror over the community. For years House of Chuck Magazine has watched Maxi Glamour blossom into a fine young artist, but the years of not being good enough all came to a halt in March 2019.

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House of Chuck Magazine believes that the years of being booked all over the midwest and seeing the oppression, division, and lack of diversity in all of the shows that when Glamour finally rose to fame, the first objective was to change everything. So how do you change everything by either firing everyone, canceling everyone, or just simply not work with anyone but those who support your vision of the way the world should be?

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Call In Before Calling Out

Instead of wasting energy canceling everyone via social media, how come these community leaders are not taking that same energy into educating others. Based on our research House of Chuck Magazine does not believe that Glamour is power-hungry or has the plot to take over the community. Instead, House of Chuck Magazine believes that Glamour wants to have a say in what is going on in the community.


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Since last year’s scandals, we have seen an improvement in the St. Louis LGBTQ community. More community leaders are becoming woke and educated. Education is the only cure for Racism and Transphobia. All House of Chuck Magazine see’s here is nothing but hate taking place; you can quickly turn all of that hate into love, combined with the education you are spreading love and awareness. It is evident that there is so much work to be done regarding equal rights, but we must come together in Unity for the journey to continue. 

Written by

Editor and Chief

Chuck Pfoutz

House of Chuck Magazine

WWW.HOCM365.COM

Published on October 8th, 2021

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