Sunday , 23 November 2014

World AIDS Day in Houston

Events begin November 30, including a viewing of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, a candlelight prayer service, and a showi ...

Pride Moves Downtown

The Houston LGBT community responds to Pride’s decision to move. ...

Deb Murphy’s Call to Service

One woman’s journey from an industrial chemist to LGBTQ youth advocate. ...

Helping Houston’s homeless LGBTQ youth

Approximately 300 homeless LGBTQ youth sleep on the streets of Houston each night. ...

Are Health Insurance Marketplace plans better for Ryan White clients?

Five weeks after young AIDS activist Ryan White died of AIDS-related causes in 1990, the historic HIV/AIDS program ...

Life as an Openly Gay Blind Man

Teaching how to heal and how to forgive. After Belo Cipriani was attacked and blinded, he has come to terms with th ...

Transgender Day of Remembrance

Houston remembers those lost to anti-trans hatred. ...

Theresa DiMenno’s Butterflies

‘Delicate Balance: Metamorphosis of the Monarch Butterfly’ is on display in Houston. ...

Bret Shuford is a one-man cabaret

Native Houstonian brings his "Charming: A Tale of an American Prince" back home. ...

Gays in the Seminary

‘Mass Appeal’ is being revived in Houston by A.D. Players. ...

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