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Josh Inocéncio is a frequent contributor to OutSmart Magazine, a playwright, and a freelance writer. A Houston-area native, he earned a master’s degree in theatre studies at Florida State University and produced his first play, Purple Eyes, before returning to Texas last May.
Hard-hit Theater District begins to rebuild.
Drag artists raise money online and on stage in wake of storm.
As many Houstonians return to a sense of normalcy this month, there are fresh events this weekend to continue Harvey relief, gear up for November elections, or just plain celebrate Fall. • On Saturday...
With trial set for Oct. 2 in Harris County, city asks high court to settle issue, and Lambda Legal pursues separate lawsuit.
By Josh Inocéncio LGBTQ community organizations are continuing their Harvey relief efforts, from drag shows to volunteer opportunities, for a third consecutive weekend. • The T.R.U.T.H. Project, a performance...
Transgender Unity Banquet to celebrate 25 years of progress.
By Josh Inocéncio LGBTQ community organizations are continuing their Harvey relief efforts with several fundraising events and volunteer opportunities this weekend. At 6 p.m. Saturday, the John Palmer...
Houston group offers LGBTQ Muslims a safe space—and a political voice.
Advocates say president's decision will hinder Harvey recovery, put queer immigrants at risk.