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Why HERO is Good for Houston’s Economy

Nondiscrimination ordinances like the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO) are essential to ensuring a fully inclusive economy that attracts and…

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Go Vote for HERO on Tuesday, November 3

We are literally in a tie right now with HERO opponents—it’s that close.

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Commentary: We Must Band Together To Pass HERO

As Houston’s LGBT community knows far too well, the fate of the city’s Equal Rights Ordinance will be decided on…

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Legacy Community Health Statement on Planned Parenthood Funding Cuts

Legacy Community Health is proud to stand with Planned Parenthood.

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The Rothko Chapel Supports HERO

The Rothko Chapel has announced its support of the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO), a measure that will come on…

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Yes to HERO!: Rights And Protections For A Broad Range Of Houstonians

The Democratic Party urges you to vote Yes on Prop 1, the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance.

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God Still Loves You: On Being LGBT and Catholic

How can I be Catholic if the Catholic Church does not accept me for who I truly am?

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Hard Truths: Houston is Failing to Meet the Needs of Homeless LGBTQ Youth

Like many LGBT children in the Texas foster care system, Nina was forced to spend her childhood growing up in…

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Reclaiming Our Worth: Houston’s Dr. Colt Keo-Meier Launches First-Ever Formal Transgender Therapy Group

Dr. Colt Keo-Meier, psychologist and out transgender man, will launch Reclaiming Our Worth, the first-ever formal transgender therapy group focusing…

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Op-Ed: Giving LGBT Homeless Youth New L.Y.F.E

In Houston it's estimated close to 40 percent of youth in Harris County Juvenile Justice System are LGBT, with no…

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