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Where to Go in 2015: Houston

By Matthew Wexler | Jan 4
Go big or go home. For our final "Where to Go in 2015" installment, it's going to be a knee slappin' good time in the Lone Star State. Watch out, Houston, here we come.

Gay Rights Groups Seek Anti-Bias Victory in Texas

By Paul J Weber | Sep 5
Gay rights advocates and religious conservatives were expected Thursday to pack a City Council meeting for a vote on nondiscrimination protections that are already in place elsewhere in Texas but that have drawn rebuke from big-name Republicans.

Texas Lawmakers Pass Two Anti-LGBT Measures

By Jason St. Amand | May 16
Texas lawmakers passed two bills this week that would discriminate against the LGBT community.

Hair Stylist Tells All About Fort Worth Salon

Nov 27
"Hairspray, High Heels, and Second Hand Smoke" by Frank Meyner gives readers an intimate look at the relationship between cosmetologist and client.

Gay Texas Couple Find ’Leave or Die Fags’ Painted on Porch

By Jason St. Amand | Oct 4
A Texas couple say someone vandalized their property by painting "leave or die fags" on their porch. They also claim that the attack was caused by an anti-gay ad a pastor wrote in a local newspaper.

Meredith Baxter to Keynote Nation’s Largest Black-Tie LGBT Fundraiser

Oct 4
Meredith Baxter, acclaimed actress, producer and advocate for women’s and human rights and breast cancer research, will keynote the 31st annual Black Tie Dinner.

Kohana Coffee Brings the Best of Hawaii to Austin, Texas

Apr 29
Kohana Coffee announced the introduction of their organic, fair trade "shelf-stable" Cold Brew Coffee Concentrate to the market, the first of its kind in the coffee industry.

Black Tie Dinner, Nation’s Largest Black-Tie Fundraiser, Announces 2012 Date

Mar 31
Black Tie Dinner, Inc. is a non-profit organization that raises funds for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender supportive organizations through a premier event of empowerment, education and entertainment in partnership with the community.

Texas Activists Seek More "Pro-Active Approach" to Gaining Marriage Equality

By Eric Miller | Oct 21
As many as 2,500 people held marches and even wedding ceremonies in nine Texas cities on Saturday, Oct. 15, as part of what activists described as a more pro-active approach to gaining marriage equality in the Lone Star State.

Austin, Texas: The Most Gay-Friendly Capital

By George Fencl | Aug 22
Located right smack-dab in the heart of Texas, Austin, the Lone Star State’s capital city, is the gateway to Texas Hill Country. It may be in the center of the giant state, but it’s a world away from Texas stereotypes.

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