Josh Inocéncio

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.
Local News

New Caucus President Vows To Continue Intersectional Approach

Frances Valdez replaces Fran Watson, who stepped down to run for state Senate.

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Arts & Entertainment

The Great Work Begins Again: ‘Angels in America’ Revival Comes to River Oaks Theatre

Twenty-five years after play's debut, the National Theatre in London has undertaken a historic anniversary production.

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Local News

LGBTQ Activists Thank City for Opposing Bathroom Bill, Call for New HERO

Community responds to anti-LGBTQ speakers who criticized Houston officials last week. By Josh Inocéncio With the notorious bathroom bill languishing…

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News

LGBTQ Advocates Urge Community to “Stay Active” on Bathroom Bill

SB 3 clears Senate, heads to House

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Arts & Entertainment

History In The (Film)Making: QFest Features Array of Historical Dramas

Houston's 21st annual LGBTQ film festival runs July 27-31.

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News

HPD Chief Art Acevedo Pledges “Zero Tolerance for Discrimination” at LGBTQ Town Hall

LGBTQ activists pressed Houston police chief Art Acevedo and his command staff during the first forum of its kind in…

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Featured

Queer, Undocumented, and Undeterred

LGBTQ immigrants call on community to help fight ‘sanctuary cities’ ban.

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Local News

Baylor Medical Students Provide Toiletries, Hope to Houston’s Homeless LGBTQ Youth

College's Pride committee partners with Montrose Center on backpack fundraiser.

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Featured

Intersectionality Trumps Hate

British LGBT group fights back against pinkwashed xenophobia.

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Featured

The Confines of Creativity: CounterCurrent Revives ‘Ten Tiny Dances,’ Features Queer Texas Artists

For the fourth year in a row, the CounterCurrent Festival will take over Houston for a week in April and…

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