Beth Darr, founder of the women’s social media site Lezzbook.com, died at home last week in Seattle. She was 34.
A public memorial project is being planned for Darr in June and her family suggests memorial donations to the It Gets Better Project, Pets Are Wonderful Support, or the World Wildlife Fund. From SheWired:
Lezzbook.com, which has 10,000 members, was preparing for a relaunch with a new editor at the time of Darr’s death. “Beth’s work will carry on, following a period of mourning and regrouping,”PQ Monthly notes.
Darr, a member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences and the Recording Academy Grammy Association Society, was also the founder of a music company, Illuminati Entertainment.
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