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Texas Schools Behaving Badly

Lesbian high school student outed by coaches receives settlement in "worst bullying" case

By Claire St. Amant

An East Texas school district has finally settled a lawsuit filed by a former student who was forced to reveal her sexual identity in 2009. Skye Wyatt was a 16-year-old sophomore at Kilgore Hig ...

Longhorn Pride

"I'm actually gay:" University of Texas swimmer comes out to teammates in heartfelt letter

By Ryan Lakich

It may be 2013, but it can still be a struggle for LGBT folks both to accept themselves for who they are and to find support from those around them. That journey is even more difficult in ...

National Respect

San Francisco writer loves Houston's Gayborhood, wonders if drag queens run the city

By Whitney Radley

Brave San Francisco-based BuzzFeed writer Saeed Jones recently flew into Houston to begin a 15-day trek through the American South with a short stay in Montrose. And while t ...

Lambda NextGen Houston

Out & about: Aggie grad creates a new social network for LGBTA young professionals

By Whitney Radley

Houston may have a reputation as gay-friendly city, but Alan Prewitt, a newly-out man and a recent Texas A&M University graduate, didn't have much initial luck fitting in when he moved here ...

Swinging Country

Historic Montrose gay bar to close — right after celebrating its 35th anniversary

By Whitney Radley

Brazos River Bottom, the gay country and western bar and dance club that has called the Montrose area home for more than three decades, will be closing its doors at the end of March.  Robe ...

An Extraordinary Life

Dubbing Sally Ride a "lesbian astronaut" shortchanges her impact: Post-death coming out overblown

By Whitney Radley

Sally Ride — a noted physicist, a science writer and the first American woman in space — passed away at 61 on Monday, following a 17-month-long battle with pancreatic cancer. I vivi ...

Hometown Glory

We're getting more fabulous: Houston is a Top 20 LGBT travel destination for the first time

By Caroline Gallay

A San Francisco-based market research group has released its 2012-2012 Gay & Lesbian Tourism Report, and for the first time ever, Houston has broken into the Top 20 U.S. destinations for LGBT t ...

"A Celebration of Diversity"

Trailblazers set out to intelligently bash Rick Perry's day of prayer: A response to The Response

By Steven Thomson

Texas Gov. Rick Perry's much-ballyhooed day of prayer and fasting, The Response, will take control of Reliant Stadium on Saturday morning. The shebang is largely funded by the hyper-conservativ ...

Dens of Tolerance

Montrose nightclubs band together, vow to offer safe haven to anyone in danger

By Steven Thomson

The recent dedication of the Montrose Remembrance Garden is only one symbol of the gay community rising up against violence and making it into a public mission. Taking an active stance in the ...

Highly requested add

What Facebook's new civil union status really says

By Jennifer Patterson

The social networking behemoth that brought Defining The Relationship to a new level of public has extended its relationship status options to include “in a domestic partnership,” and & ...

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