‘I will not eat your souls,’ one aspiring lefty state representative advised the conservative congregation.
After hosting six GOP presidential hopefuls in October, Prestonwood’s newly formed “Culture Impact Team” staged a forum Monday for local and state candidates in Collin and Denton counties. Read More
Joan Wilson, Drake’s mother, said Tuesday that she placed the ad in response to the defeat of Houston’s Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO) in November. Read More
Earlier this year, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) indicated it would not support Plano’s Equal Rights Ordinance due to an exemption allowing businesses to restrict transgender patrons’ access to public restrooms. Last week, however, HRC awarded full credit to Plano and Fort Worth, which has a similar exemption, for their respective nondiscrimination ordinances on the group’s Municipal Equality Index (MEI). Read More
Here are five resolutions to help the LGBT community stave off victory blindness from the summer's marriage equality victory in 2016. Read More
Texas has been ordered to pay more than $605,000 to attorneys for the plaintiffs in a same-sex marriage lawsuit, following a federal judge’s ruling Monday. Read More
Despite the Supreme Court’s June ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is still trying to undo a lesbian couple’s February marriage. Read More
Robert Lloyd says commissioners asked him about his views on abortion and same-sex marriage for a constable appointment.
After 15 minutes of routine questions, county commissioners asked about Lloyd’s views on abortion and same-sex marriage. They wanted to know what church he attended, and whether his voting record was Democratic or Republican. Read More
In the aftermath of HERO’s resounding defeat at the polls November 3, Parker had indicated the current City Council could consider an amended non-discrimination ordinance before her term expires. But during an appearance Saturday at a major LGBT fundraiser in Dallas, Parker said she now believes it’s too late. Read More