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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.
Filmmaker K. Rocco Shields has launched a 20-city national tour to promote her new anti-bullying film 'Love Is All You Need?'
“Baby, have you planted your seed lately?” Kevin Anderson’s grandmother would ask him when he was younger.
On December 9, Out for Education, which recently won Best Philanthropic Organization at OutSmart’s Gayest & Greatest awards event, is throwing a fashion show at Studio A Salon to raise awareness and college...
Before the Spanish conquistadors arrived in Mesoamerica, muxes, or third-gender individuals, thrived in Oaxaca—and many still do.
Local Democratic attorney Kim Ogg is running to unseat the incumbent Republican district attorney, Devon Anderson, and become Harris County’s top criminal-justice official.
Gabriel was influencing Latina/o youth—queer and non-queer, as well as Mexican and non-Mexican—with his lyrical talent and his “feminine” performances.
The 50 Playwrights Project (50PP) is an online resource that compiles snapshot interviews with Latina/o playwrights.
My family’s roots in Houston reach back to at least the 1930s, when my grandfather José, a native of Michoacán, Mexico, immigrated to Texas to construct railroads and cultivate strawberries with his father,...
Originally from Puerto Rico, Raed Gonzalez has crafted a career here in Houston as an immigration attorney dedicated to defending immigrants and refugees from all over the world.