It isn’t hard to understand why the rest of the country has gotten the impression that Texas is an absolute living gay hell.
Tag Archives: LGBT Rights
On Wednesday, state Rep. Rafael Anchia (D-Dallas) introduced a bill for the fourth consecutive session that would remove gender requirements for adoptive parents on supplemental birth certificates.
Two days after the Plano City Council approved an ordinance prohibiting discrimination against LGBT people, a Texas legislator filed a proposed constitutional amendment that would limit the ability of cities to enforce such laws.
Six months after his 17-year-old daughter’s suicide, Rick DeChiara remembers her on Transgender Day of Remembrance at a ceremony in Fort Worth.
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Houston mayor Annise Parker will propose a civil rights ordinance that includes LGBT citizens and covers private businesses. Let the drama begin.
Same-sex partners of city employees who were married in other states will now receive spousal benefits, and staff at that Harris County Jail will take a more nuanced approach to LGBTQI inmates.
For fighting to bring LGBT rights to the Valley, Yolanda Speece is a tyrant’s foe.
The Observer talks to the aide to San Antonio Councilwoman Elisa Chan who secretly recorded her homophobic remarks.
The Texas Senate Criminal Justice Committee took up Senate Bill 538 would “repeal ‘homosexual conduct’ as a criminal offense.”