Your weekly roundup of LGBTQ happenings.
A queer coming-of-age memoir has been seized upon by politicians who want greater control over the kinds of books available in Texas schools.
At least 46 trans or gender-nonconforming people were killed in 2021.
Alison Nathan has served for 10 years in the Southern District of New York.
Baylor College of Medicine’s Caleb Brown uses his online platform to destigmatize living with HIV.
B’Yancha Lawson and Riley Burns provide vital resources for trans Houstonians at UT Health.
Legacy Community Health CEO Katy Caldwell retires after 25 years of growing the organization.
Must-watch movies, TV shows, and films to queer up the season.
The actor said he wouldn't accept it if it were offered today.
The subversive 1970s icon shares his take on Texas, dating, and more.
A gay love triangle is only the start in ‘Here We Go Loop De Loop.’
DC Comics introduces two bisexual superheroes.
Wood Fancher Anthony’s bold artwork is now on display at the local bistro.
Houston nonprofits offer holiday fellowship and support this month.
Juan Lerma and Marvin Fuentes hosted an impromptu backyard ceremony with their family and friends.
This year’s HCAF features underrepresented Gulf Coast movie makers.
Veteran performer Dina Jacobs commemorated for over 50 years of drag.
'Our Dad Danielle' star DJ Healey wants to make the world a safer place for her community.
Hundreds celebrated the holiday at local LGBTQ bars.
Healthcare advocates celebrated the new location with a reception on October 21.
The night of spook-tacular cabaret featured took place at Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center.
The masquerade-themed fundraiser took place at ReBar.
Blackberri, Queen Persephone, Wesley Whitson, and DJ Athenz rocked the party all night at ReBar.
Winners were celebrated with a reception at ReBar Houston.
Our local and national state of affairs are nothing short of amusing.
Houston Cinema Arts Festival’s associate creative director is excited about this year’s lineup.
Reducing shame promotes better sexual health.
How to hire a new financial advisor that meets your needs.
Get busy before the Venus retrograde arrives in December.
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.
Morgan McAllister keeps the creativity flowing at RedShift.
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.
Daylight co-founder Billie Simmons talks the platform’s queer-friendly features.
The Montrose Forge and Sir Rat Leather & Gear owners discuss expanding their local operations.
CFO Stefan Kuhlman discusses the benefits of working with professionals to solve animal issues.
Queer vendors and performers preview this year’s medieval experience.
Erotic Cabaret and CostumeWorx experts reveal the hot sellers.
Tisha Flowers loves the dark side of drag.
Lady Shamu is Houston’s crazy, cussing drag grandma.
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.