Pride Houston Grand Marshal nominee presentation and logo unveiling, January 17,2012. Photos by Dalton Dehart.
Archive for January, 2012
Krewe of Olympus presents the “Twelfth Night Party”, January 7, 2012. Photos by Dalton Dehart.
The father of slain gay college student Matthew Shepard said he is disturbed by legislation in Tennessee that would ban public schools from teaching about gay issues.
A Utah couple has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against a school district that claims it failed to protect their son from years of bullying, hazing and false sex assault allegations that led to his suicide.
Settlement talks are set next month in a federal lawsuit filed by a former St. Cloud police officer who alleges the police department discriminated against him because he’s gay.
The majority of school board members in Minnesota’s largest school district say they’re inclined to support a sexual orientation policy.
GLBT Political Caucus election of president and board, January 4, 2012. Photos by Dalton Dehart.
Houston Grand Opera presents the latest installment in the work of Benjamin Britten, the 20th century’s most important operatic composer, who was also gay.
In the endless mythology of “Real World/Road Rules Challenges,” tiny black ladies rarely endure long. But Houstonian Jasmine Reynaud has proven that she can endure any competition, even from some of her steroid-pumped challengers. On The Challenge: Battle of the Exes, an amped-up Survivor on Viagra, Jasmine will have to face the usual gauntlet of adrenaline, hard partying, and political scheming, along with her former flame Tyrie. The Friendswood, Texas, native spoke with OutSmart about her hometown, her gay following, and her strategy for victory.