The South Texas town’s new leader is part of a wave of LGBT candidates vying for political seats across the state.
This is the most complicated that thinking about cake has ever been.
The California Republican Party on Sunday approved the Log Cabin Republicans as an official volunteer organization. The Republican Party of Texas last year denied the Log Cabin Republicans even a booth in the exhibitors’ hall.
What started as a small wedding ceremony outside a Travis County office resulted in a political storm that left the couple, and the rest of the state, confused.
In a 5-4 ruling on June 26, the U.S. Supreme Court declared that the Constitution guarantees the right for same-sex couples to marry across the country. Here is the story of two women who fought for that historic decision in Texas—and helped to make it a reality.
East Texas Bait Shop that Slurred Gay Customers Now the “#1 Gay Hangout in Texas,” According to Yelp
Petty, childish, and oh-so-satisfying.
Five months ago, many of Mark Phariss's co-workers didn't know he was gay. Today, he's part of a lawsuit that could change Texas.
His own appearance at a conservative conference was more exciting, the governor told Glenn Beck.
The board of the Boy Scouts of America was supposed to decide today whether to change its policy of excluding gay members. I hoped they would do the right thing. Instead they kicked the can down the road. (UPDATED)
The governor’s latest campaign ad, “Strong,” gets denounced across the Internet for stirring up the culture wars.
How an angry parent’s e-mail turned an elite Houston private school into a political battleground.
The battle for the soul of the Episcopal Church, being waged aggressively in this state, is not only about the ordination of homosexuals. It's also about the future of the denomination.
An Eagle Scout wrestles with what’s happened to the organization he loved.
A new book, Flagrant Conduct: The Story of Lawrence v. Texas, explores the history of the men behind the landmark Supreme Court case and questions the conventional wisdom of the story.
How two Texans took a gay rights case to the Supreme Court.
For a quarter of a century, the Art Guys, Michael Galbreth and Jack Massing, have been Houston’s master provocateurs, stirring up discussion with their wacky, thoughtful, and tenaciously marketed “social sculptures.” But have they finally gone too far?
People are definitely talking about the controversial “Strong” ad, which has Perry’s own team divided, but will its message get him votes in Iowa?
The largest gay pride parade in Texas celebrates its 33rd year.
Jim Carrey’s brilliant gay movie finally comes out.
A Texas playwright gets panned by Catholic conservatives.
The right’s phony gay-bashing campaign. Plus: Poor Phil Gramm.