During a standing-room-only Hood County Commissioners’ Court meeting on Tuesday, residents voiced objections to the presence of two LGBT-themed children’s books in the county library. The commissioners supported the decision of the library’s advisory board, which voted to keep the books.
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The idea that everyone has a gender identity distinct from physiology and independent of sexual orientation is not new, but identity so frequently matches physiology that it’s hard for people to think of them separately.
Drew Riley is a 29-year-old Austin artist and creator of “Gender Portraits,” a series of paintings accompanied by personal stories of gender nonconformists.
Creating a victory for LGBT advocates, Cecil Bell Jr.’s anti-gay marriage bill died in the Texas legislature along with more than 20 anti-LGBT proposals.
Despite enormous gains, Michelangelo Signorile warns the LGBT community of rabid homophobia in America and a backlash brewing in the fight for full equality.
The Southern Poverty Law Center has added two Texas churches to their annual list of active anti-LGBT groups engaging in tactics that make the LGBT community even more vunerable to hate crimes.
In support of religious liberty, LGBT advocates and anti-gay groups support a bill that would protect religious leaders from performing same-sex marriages.
In this episode, Observer contributor Priscila Mosqueda explains how Denton may become the first Texas city to ban fracking.
Texas has two out LGBT candidates running for Congress and six LGBT candidates for the Texas Legislature on the ballot, a record number.
Aja Edwards, a gay City Council member in the tea party stronghold of New Braunfels, is building an LGBT community from the ground up.