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For the past 15 years, LGBTs and their allies attending the annual National Trust for Historic Preservation conference have met at an LGBT reception.
Local LGBTs and supporters mourn Clinton’s loss to Trump.
“When I toured Triangle Square, I was convinced Houston had the resources to make a similar LGBT residential facility happen.”
M.D. Anderson Library displays the 34 innovative banners that tell the highlights of Houston’s LGBT history.
On October 13, Sissy Farenthold will introduce her friend Phyllis Frye at a tribute in the Crystal Ballroom of the Rice Hotel.
OutSmart is pleased to be able to expand our community’s story with this special report focusing on Houston’s gay power-couple from the 1930s to the 1960s: writer Royal Dixon and his partner of over...
OutSmart went in search of sites that have special significance to Houston’s LGBT community.
Westboro Baptist Church arrived in Houston this morning and held a 40-minute demonstration against The Montrose Center, before proceeding to the University of Houston to protest the Gender Infinity Conference...
UH was pleased to be named permanent custodian of the materials, which are open to any interested individuals, in the Special Collections reading room in the M.D. Anderson Library.