Your weekly roundup of LGBTQ happenings.
The famed actress shares she's been in a 19-year relationship with a woman.
The announcement was made on the 10th anniversary of the repeal of the policy.
Local companies are encouraged to apply in the next few weeks.
Fabian Echavarri's drawings spread awareness about transgender issues.
Attorney Jessica Rodriguez-Wahlquist handles some of Houston's toughest personal-injury cases.
Steven Vargas is a longtime advocate for people living with HIV/AIDS.
Morena Roas' unique perspectives shine through in her music.
Austin Davis Ruiz empowers local LGBTQ organizations.
The LGBTQ singer and Nickelodeon star made ACB history on September 20.
The legendary television figure is the most-awarded person of color in the show's history with 11 wins.
‘Pride Chorus Houston’ was chosen to reflect its diverse membership.
Openly gay artist Travis Boyer’s works are now on display.
Artist Martine Gutierrez uses her latest exhibit to deconstruct social norms.
The after-party event is an LGBTQ musical-theater lover’s dream.
Gallery owner Magen Pastor empowers femxle artists.
Gay painter Edgar Medina folds color and culture into his works.
Bob Morrissey pushes boundaries with his sardonic sense of humor.
Tifa Tittlywinks shares the art of burlesque in Houston and beyond.
Photographer and rapper Emilio Coochie uses his platform to make a difference.
Performers Abraham Zapata, Scott Lupton, and Greg Dean prepare for another round of pop-up theater.
Nobie’s offers a one-of-kind Montrose experience.
The Montrose Center unveiled its new facility on June 24.
The Montrose Center kicked off the grand opening of its new facility with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The fundraiser took place at El Segundo Swim Club.
Interacting with institutions that have historically caused harm.
Creating a plan is essential for those without life partners.
Relationships are in the spotlight.
Lady Shamu is Houston’s crazy, cussing drag grandma.
The out Blaffer Art Museum curator surveys Houston’s thriving art scene.
Why can’t they see the light?
COMMUNE has morphed into a three-day event this weekend.
MFAH’s new restaurant sprouts fresh and creative fare.
KHOU-TV journalist Briahn Hawkins wants to give the LGBTQ community a voice.
Inspired by her transgender brother, Tiffany Justice promotes LGBTQ awareness at Houston’s FOX 26.
Media guru Eric Skelly helps the Houston Symphony reach new audiences.
Morton and Preston Aubrey wanted every part of their wedding ceremony to be meaningful.
Happy Lee and Doug Smith met during a memorable business trip.
Stephen Miranda and Blake Mudd married on the 51st anniversary of the Stonewall Riots.
La’darius Mirage Jackson is Houston’s drag mover and shaker.
Kymber DeVine makes waves across Galveston.