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ADL’s Houston In Concert Against Hate: Many Voices, One City

Houston in Concert Against Hate: Many Voices, One City presents the world-renowned Houston Symphony and moving stories of ADL’s work…

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Features

“Disabling” Trump

I never realized how five words would resonate with so many.

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Features

Get Out and Vote: Support these Community-endorsed, Pro-equality Candidates on November 8

As Election Day quickly approaches, it is important for the LGBT community to know the ballot.

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Features

Texas Competes: Sometimes the Best Defense is a Good Offense

The lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community is under attack. That is not an exaggeration.

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Arts & Entertainment

Review: ‘And Then I Danced’ By Mark Segal

A pioneer in the gay rights movement, Mark Segal travels the road to LGBT equality.

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Features

Feeling the Fear: A Transgender Houstonian’s Thoughts About The HERO Defeat

Like many Houstonians, I was stunned by​ last month’s ​majority “No” vote on Prop 1 (HERO).

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News

Gay marriage ban stalls changes to Dallas pensions

Two Dallas city pension funds have delayed enacting measures passed by the city council aimed at ensuring equal rights for…

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News

Juneau plans Equality Celebration

"There was a big rally in front of the courthouse. But we didn't know any of those people, so we…

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News

Gay marriage group hopes to change constitution

Gay marriage proponents launched a campaign Monday to change the Arizona constitution's definition of marriage a mere five years after…

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National News

Texas Bills Target Bullying, Youth Suicide

The Texas legislature recently passed two bills which provide support for LGBT youth and students by targeting bullying and suicides.

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