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OutSmart’s 10 Most-Viewed Posts of 2017

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It’s been a record year for OutSmart‘s website, with 366,000 users and counting, up from 190,000 in 2016. Below, in descending order, are the 10 posts from 2017 that have received the most page views. For all the latest Houston LGBTQ news and entertainment, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

1. Houston Gets Texas’ First LGBT Pride Crosswalks 
Rainbow-colored structures to be installed this weekend at Westheimer and Taft in Montrose.

2. Flier Spotted at Montrose Bus Station Encourages LGBT People to Commit Suicide
Metro rider spots an anti-gay flier at Westheimer and Stanford.

3. His Adopted Mission
Gay meteorologist Frank Billingsley went looking for his biological parents. You’ll be surprised at what he found.

4. Pride Houston Sues Former President Frankie Quijano
Judge orders longtime leader to relinquish control of organization’s business assets.

5. Houston Church Allegedly Fires Hurricane Harvey Volunteer for Being Gay, Jewish
Navy combat veteran Carmen Hix claims Calvary Houston pastor called her a sinner.

6. Ann Coulter Suggests Harvey was God’s Punishment for Electing a Lesbian Mayor
Right-wing pundit calls explanation ‘more credible than climate change.’

7. Gay Realtor Reflects on Property Brothers’ Visit to Galveston
It was fun. But it was also crazy,’ says David Bowers.

8. Heroes of Harvey: Lesbian Officer Kept Working as Home was Destroyed
Memorial Villages cop Toni Mascione also heads security at LGBTQ nightclub Rich’s.

9. Houston Will Become Home to 1st LGBT Senior Houston Project in Southwest
Montrose Center to host Oz-themed launch party for facility in June.

10. Salvation Army Opens Doors to Homeless LGBTQ Youth
Christian charity with record of discrimination partners with Tony’s Place to serve vulnerable population.

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John Wright

John Wright is the editor of OutSmart magazine. He has spent two decades in the mainstream and LGBTQ media. Most recently, he served as senior editor of Dallas Voice, and covered LGBTQ issues in the state Legislature for The Texas Observer. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Wright earned his bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Florida. He resides in the EaDo area of Houston, where he is currently remodeling a 1930s row house.
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