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King Downplays Anti-LGBT Discrimination, Says HERO ‘Was Entirely about the Bathrooms’

During their final debate on Saturday, King made it clear that if he defeats Democratic state Rep. Sylvester Turner in…

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December 12 Runoff General Election: The Houston GLBT Political Caucus Endorsed Candidates List

The Houston GLBT Political Caucus proudly endorses the following well-qualified candidates for the Saturday, December 12, 2015 Runoff General Election.…

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WATCH: Transgender Houstonians Respond to Anti-HERO Bathroom Myth

One week after the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO) was defeated at the polls, Houston trans activist Dee Dee Watters…

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Runoff Redemption on December 12

The future of the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO) will be determined by the outcome of the December 12 municipal…

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Galveston Big Gay Ball Celebrates Third Annual Event

The third annual Galveston Big Gay Ball—a nonprofit event that benefits a chosen local organization through proceeds and donations—will be…

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Gay-Bashing Killer Jon Buice Granted Parole in Paul Broussard’s 1991 Murder

LGBT advocates had mixed reactions Monday to the news that Jon Buice, the only person still behind bars for the…

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The Dalton DeHart Photographic Foundation Hosts Launch Party at the Montrose Center

The foundation will hold its launch party on Sunday, November 15, from 2–5 p.m. at the Montrose Center.

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Documentary on Community Hero Ray Hill Launches Kickstarter Campaign

The filmmakers at Proud Pony International have launched a new Kickstarter campaign to help fund their full-length documentary—'The Trouble With…

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After HERO Defeat, LGBT Advocates Vow to Keep Fighting

In a major setback for the LGBT movement, Houston’s Equal Rights Ordinance was defeated by more than 50,000 votes on…

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Election Day Turnout Could Decide HERO

After an 18-month battle over Houston’s Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO), it all comes down to Tuesday.

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