Posted on · AMORPHOUS is ready to shape the world of hip-hop and pop culture into his own image, but will audiences take notice?
Posted on · A new digital film entitled, "Black Boy Symphony,' boldly reveals the plight of gay Black men after COVID-19
Posted on · Host Eddie Robinson shares his personal journey of becoming an intended father through surrogacy
Posted on · Three Houstonians discuss what pride means to them and the challenges still facing their community today.
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Posted on · The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Christian baker in Colorado who refused to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple. The outcome doesn't have direct legal bearing on Texas — but it does have implications for religious refusal laws in the state.
Posted on · LGBTQ activists say they hope lawmakers in other states will also ban the legal defense, which blames a victim's sexual orientation for an attacker's violent reaction
Posted on · (Above: Rainbow crosswalks now adorn all four corners of the intersection of Westheimer and Taft in Houston’s Montrose neighborhood in honor of LGBTQ pride. Photo: Gail Delaughter, Houston Public Media)This is Houston Pride Week, one of the largest LGBTQ celebrations in the country. And last Monday (June 12, 2017) marked the one-year anniversary of the […]
Posted on · Many state-funded Texas adoption and foster care agencies routinely deny non-Christian, gay, and unmarried applicants on religious grounds — and legislation that got initial approval in the state House on Tuesday is designed to protect them from potential lawsuits from doing so.
Posted on · The Human Rights Campaign, a civil rights organization promoting LGBTQ equality, recently unveiled a sort of equality scorecard, which found Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin and San Antonio all fare better than Houston when it comes to being LGBTQ friendly. And it’s not just because the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance was voted down last year. To […]
Posted on · The suspect in the Orlando attack was identified as Omar Mateen. The ATF says he legally purchased weapons in the past few days. At least 53 others were hurt when inside the Pulse nightclub early Sunday morning.
Posted on · Last week, opponents of Houston's recently-passed non-discrimination ordinance turned in signatures to a petition calling for a November vote to consider repealing the measure. 17,269 signatures are needed from registered Houston voters in order to trigger such a vote. Opponents turned in 50,000, but they are all subject to verification over the next month, and […]
Posted on · Houstonâs City Council WednesdayÂ passed the long-debated Equal Rights Ordinance, which extends equal rights protections to gay and transgender Houstonians. The vote had been delayed, in part,Â to offer more time for public comment, including some nine hours of discussion Wednesday. Ultimately, though, the council passed the ordinance by a vote of 11 to 6. […]
Posted on · Ride sharing services ruffle the feathers of local cabbies; protesters decry the city’s bringing planned one-bin recycling program; and unfortunate Twitter typos by a local candidate:Â We discuss âThe Good the Bad and the Uglyâ in Houston news with our rotating panel of ânon-experts.â This weekâs panel is comprised of:Â Russ Capper, Founder and co-host […]
Posted on · A federal judge in San Antonio Wednesday struck down the same sex marriage ban here in Texas. U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia ruled the ban unconstitutional, saying it deprives citizens equal protection under the law. But he also elected to delay the effect of his ruling while the state of Texas appeals. We discuss the […]