By Mark Sherman
HB 850 would offer job security to all LGBTQ Texans.
"Pences never seem to miss an opportunity to show their public service only extends to some," the Human Rights Campaign said.
Your weekly roundup of LGBTQ happenings.
Rich’s, Blur, and Ripcord were named among the U.S.’ most popular.
All but one of the victims in 2018 were trans women, and all but one were people of color.
Gender Reel Houston’s short-film event includes a new flick about trans activist Marsha P. Johnson’s life.
Proud Houston native Michael Arceneaux talks Beyoncé and his new book, ‘I Can’t Date Jesus.’
Out dance captain Kenny Francoeur previews ‘The Book of Mormon’ at the Hobby Center.
Trans artist JanieWhateva’s OutSmart Zodiac series promotes queer visibility.
Dear black comedians: homophobic and transphobic jokes aren’t funny.
What does 2019 have in store for you?
Financial resolutions worth keeping in 2019.
Congrats to the Space City Sisters!
Houston Democrat will be Texas’ first openly LGBTQ appeals-court judge.
Allison Zaragoza and Stephanie Herrera met as brand-new students at the University of Houston.
Taqueria Adrian serves up authentic Mexican, with a side of motherly love, to Montrose bar patrons.
HPD manager and Pilates instructor Mimi McCloud gives back to the LGBTQ community.