The last few days have brought tearful, angry debate over abortion, religious discrimination, and LGBTQ rights.
The South Texas town’s new leader is part of a wave of LGBT candidates vying for political seats across the state.
Rick Miller, a Republican from Sugar Land, introduced legislation that would reverse local non-discrimination ordinances—like the one in Houston, where his openly gay son works as an attorney.
Austin Wallis posted a video to YouTube this week that details his difficult experience of being gay in a private, Lutheran school in Houston.
A black, transgender woman was murdered in Tyler, which her friends say was a hate crime—but the murder won’t be investigated that way.
The journey of Houston’s Equal Rights Ordinance has been long and full of plot-twists—but it could all be over soon.
With the Supreme Court’s decision, Texas has never been closer to recognizing same-sex marriage.
Here's what that means—and what it doesn't.
"I'd never marry a guy I didn't like," says the man who once covered “Cowboys Are Frequently, Secretly Fond of Each Other."
How would you vote on a survey that the BSA emailed to its members about its policy of banning openly gay members?