Politics

Five LGBT Harris County Officials Sworn In

Four judges and a district attorney from the community join the celebration of November’s blue sweep of Harris County.

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Lawmakers to Fight Anti-Trans Legislation

Houston’s pro-LGBT state lawmakers are confident they can defeat anti-transgender bathroom legislation in 2017, but they say they’ll need all…

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Anderson Plays Gay Card Against Challenger Ogg

Trailing in the polls, Republican Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson has apparently resorted to attacking Democratic Challenger Kim Ogg’s…

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Before the Game Even Began, Charlotte Lost It

On August 1, a federal judge in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, said that he needed more time to decide whether to…

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Donald Trump Is Not Your Friend. Neither Is Taylor Swift.

I fear some of my LGBTQ siblings may believe Donald Trump when he says he supports our community. I assure…

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Gay with a Gun: Packing More Than Just Heat

I didn’t grow up with a huge investment in gun culture. The weapon is there to protect me—hopefully, as a…

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Mayor Turner Announces LGBTQ Task Force

Turner has announced the formation of an LGBTQ Task Force—the first in the city’s history—to make recommendations to his office.

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Commentary: I Don’t Believe You, Dan Patrick

When someone walks like a homophobic, evangelical, nut-job duck, and they quack like a homophobic, evangelical, nut-job duck, then it’s…

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Dakota Carter Wins Election Runoff for State Board of Education

Now, 28-year-old Dakota Carter is looking to pull off a much bigger upset by defeating Republican incumbent Donna Bahorich, who…

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North Carolina’s Anti-LGBT Law…And What It Means To Texans

On March 23, the North Carolina legislature accomplished two things that were fairly unheard of.

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