Under House Bill 25, K-12 student athletes would be prohibited from competing on school sports teams aligned with their gender identity.
Texas Pride Impact Funds supports a variety of nonprofit initiatives throughout the state.
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The resources were removed after Don Huffines, a Republican gubernatorial candidate, criticized their inclusion on a state website.
Queen Persephone reigns over the local drag scene.
DJ Athenz’s tunes draw in a wide variety of listeners.
Amir Diamond connects through the airwaves.
Pam Straker is a state-recognized PE teacher.
Tammi Wallace empowers Houston’s LGBTQ-owned businesses.
Brennan’s is the perfect spot for a romantic night out.
Director Violet S’Arbleu previews the big show.
Activist Clay Cane responds to the comedian's jokes about LGBTQ people.
Jon, Clark Kent's son and successor, enters into a queer relationship in the new series.
The Filipino beauty is among the few men to ever wear Playboy's iconic bunny ears.
Artist manager Jeremy Smith previews the October 9–10 event.
Associate producer and casting director Brandon Weinbrenner previews the new season lineup.
Walt Zipprian’s bus tour recounts the gayborhood’s notorious past.
Former racquetball champion Jan Pasternack’s legacy continues.
Arthur Cordova helped lay the foundation for Latino Pride events in Houston.
Barbara Levine and Paige Ramey’s MFAH collection includes over a century’s worth of LGBTQ images.
Stoo is an outspoken actor and activist.
This year’s winners contribute to Houston’s diverse culture.
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.
Tisha Flowers loves the dark side of drag.
The queer Latinx HIV researcher and activist fills us in on his latest work.
Achieving your savings goals may be easier than you think.
Our broken electrical grid follows us into another cold winter.
Patience and flexibility are needed this month.
How to create change after acknowledging the importance of mental health.
Nobie’s offers a one-of-kind Montrose experience.
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.
Erotic Cabaret and CostumeWorx experts reveal the hot sellers.
Victor Wimberly Jr. and Tony Tuckwiller III spent over 30 years together before they could get married at their church.
Morton and Preston Aubrey wanted every part of their wedding ceremony to be meaningful.
Lady Shamu is Houston’s crazy, cussing drag grandma.
La’darius Mirage Jackson is Houston’s drag mover and shaker.
Happy Lee and Doug Smith met during a memorable business trip.