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Montrose Bridges Will Again Be Lit in Rainbow Colors for LGBTQ Pride Month

Southwest Freeway, City Hall displays will also commemorate Pulse Nightclub massacre on June 12.

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Supreme Court Sides with Anti-Gay Baker

By Ariane de Vogue CNN Supreme Court Reporter The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Colorado baker who refused…

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Houston Dash Goalie Comes Out Publicly Before Team’s LGBTQ Pride Night

Bianca Henninger hopes to help young people struggling with their sexual orientation. 

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Editor’s Note: OutSmart’s June 2018 Issue is Our Largest in History

We’d like to think it is also one of our best.

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Mayor Turner Welcomes Pride Portraits Exhibit to City Hall for Second Year

Mayor Turner welcomes Pride Portraits exhibit to City Hall for second year.

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Astros Host Chick-fil-A Faith and Family Night, But Not An LGBTQ Pride Event

Twenty-three of the 30 teams in Major League Baseball will host LGBTQ Pride Nights in 2018, according to OutSports.com. But…

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Gay Candidate Known for Wearing High Heels Wins Mayor’s Race in Texas

Bruno 'Ralphy' Lozano becomes Del Rio's first LGBTQ elected official. 

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Texas Transgender Mayor Ousted After Anonymous Mailer

Jess Herbst defeated in conservative Collin County.    By John Wright New Hope Mayor Jess Herbst, who last year became…

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Queer Things to Do in Houston This Weekend: May 3-6, 2018

Your weekly roundup of LGBTQ happenings. Compiled by Lourdes Zavaleta Thursday, May 3 • At 6 p.m., Equality Texas will…

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Houston Splash Marks 30 Years of Black LGBTQ Pride

Weeklong celebration empowering communities of color kicks off Friday.

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