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San Antonio, Texas City Councilman David Medina refuses to listen to his LGBT constituents, but his campaign has resorted to dangerous intimidation to silence them.
Hero of the 2012 DNC Convention, San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro has rattled the LGBT community by endorsing a “strident homophobe” and ignoring the need for an LGBT anti-discrimination ordinance.
On Valentine’s Day, HB 1300 was introduced. If passed, it would amend relevant provisions of the Texas Family Code to remove references to “husband and wife” in exchange for “spouse,” — providing for same-sex marriage.
Our Lady of the Lake University, a private Catholic university, just approved a Gay/Straight Alliance thanks to the work of Cynthia Squiabro-Kee and her friends.
On Monday, October 1, Joshua Harrison and Jeremy Jeffers woke to find an ominous message spray painted outside of their home in Clarendon, Texas, “Leave or Die Fags.”
An LGBT organization of a Catholic Texas university is struggling to overcome the loss of over $1000 after PrideFest San Antonio’s massive failure.
Major and Beau were arrested and are facing escalated charges and discriminatory trial terms designed to silence the LGBTQ community, because they wanted to marry.
A small Texas town’s schools with a high incident of bullying against LGBT youth were chalked with pro-LGBT and anti-bullying messages by unknown activists.
Rick Perry on August 6 co-hosted “The Response.” While only 30,000 attended, the violent results of their evangelical experience were felt by some, immediately.
Under the guise of a National Day Of Prayer, Texas Governor and Presidential hopeful Rick Perry will take the stage in collaboration with a hate group
When Nikki Araguz stepped into a Texas courtroom, she stood more to lose than the $600,000 in death benefits if the court deemed her marriage valid.
In support of Jenna and to further illustrate the ridiculousness of the gender binary, on Friday, April 22, 2011, writer Jay Morris will be joining countless others and painting his nails pink.
Imagine if we built coalitions from advocates of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender rights, women’s reproductive choice, health care and immigration reform advocates, and workers’ rights groups…
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