Posted on · Trinity Episcopal Church has long supported LGBTQ+ efforts, partnering with local organizations to connect LGBTQ youth with resources.
Posted on · The Houston LGBTQ+ Political Caucus and Reyes-Revilla endorser Adrian Garcia both condemned a Thursday mailer that shows Reyes-Revilla with her husband and two kids juxtaposed with a photo of Castillo and his husband. Reyes-Revilla says she supports the LGBTQ community.
Posted on · Bob McCranie, a Dallas based real estate broker, created Flee Red States, a real estate service to help marginalized people in Texas find new welcoming homes.
Posted on · Pride Houston 365 and Houston's New Faces of Pride have "resolved their dispute," according to federal court records, but tensions remain between the two nonprofits that have scheduled competing parades and festivals for next summer. The newer organization has a kickoff event planned for Thursday night.
Posted on · The competing nonprofit organizations, one of which was created earlier this year, both have scheduled parades and festivals for next June to celebrate Houston's LGBTQ+ community.
Posted on · Tensions already are bubbling between Pride Houston 365, the longtime organizer of Houston's annual Pride parade and festival, and a new organization called New Faces of Pride Houston that is planning its own events next year.
Posted on · Trustees for the Houston-area school district are considering terminating a contract it signed in 2021 that would create a campus-based health clinic at Humble High School. Memorial Hermann says it does not provide gender-affirming care to anyone younger than age 18 and that parents must consent to any services provided at the clinic.
Posted on · Houston Hillel said the decision alienates queer Jewish students.
Posted on · The ruling is a victory for LGBTQ+ rights advocates who have said the law targets drag performers for no real reason.
Posted on · Three new members joined Katy ISD’s school board in May that have since removed books with LGBTQ characters from the district’s libraries at a record pace and passed a controversial gender fluidity policy. Many LGBTQ students in the district say they feel marginalized.
Posted on · Leaders of a newly formed nonprofit advocating for members of Katy's queer community said they have been motivated in part by policies adopted by Katy ISD that diminish LGBTQ+ voices and resources within the school district.
Posted on · The original Q Patrol was active in the 90s and early 2000s, but disbanded after the LGBTQ community gained more rights. But now, with the increase in hate crimes and state laws that take away LGBTQ rights, some Montrose residents are bringing the patrol group back.
Posted on · The bill bans drag performances that could be perceived as sexual in the presence of minors.
Posted on · Public colleges and universities in Texas cannot create or continue their diversity, equity and inclusion programs according to an impending state law, which is leading to the closure of DEI and LGBTQ resource centers at the University of Houston.
Posted on · The policy will require all Katy ISD staff to report to parents if a student requests pronouns different to what they were assigned at birth, and prohibit discussions on gender fluidity.