“People’s main concern is going to be, ‘I don’t care whether you’re black or white, gay or straight—when I need help, I just want someone there.”
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Attitudes among Houstonians have significantly shifted in favor of gay rights over the past few years, according to the thirty-second annual Kinder Institute Houston Area Survey.
When trans-man Jason Robert Ballard smiles, bright blue eyes gleaming (and more than a little resemblance to Justin Timberlake), he exudes a level of confidence that makes you realize just how successful he’s going to be in life. Expanded version for the web.
The Human Rights Campaign is arguably the largest civil rights force working for LGBT equality today.
For twenty-three years, lesbians from all over the world have flocked to Palm Springs, California, for five days of non-stop sun, sex, love, and friendship at the largest girl party and music festival in the world—Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend.
Houston Pride month is right around the corner once again, with promises of a celebration that will top all that came before.
The acronym LHI may stand for Lesbian Health Initiative, but that L stands for so much more—loving, learning, living, listening, and laughing.
Wedding bells celebrating marriage equality in Texas might only be a faint sound in the distance, but the Foundation for Family and Marriage Equality’s annual “Big Gay Wedding” celebration is just around the corner.
After the tragic shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School last December, all eyes are on the Obama administration to ease minds and assure safety. But, with a topic as controversial as gun control, opinions obviously clash. That’s where the White House’s latest website—We the People—steps in as an online platform to help Americans exercise one of their basic First Amendment rights—to petition the government.