All You Need Is Love

Second Issue of Love Wins Texas Hits Newsstands July 3

Despite the Orlando tragedy, the second issue of our sister publication remains a celebration of love and pride.

06/27/2016 By Roxanna Asgarian

On the Town

The Fabric of Life

At DiverseWorks, gallery-goers interact with art—and LGBTQ issues—in a whole new way.

05/31/2016 By Steve Jansen

Film Festival

Reel To Reel Gets Real at Queer Hippo Festival

The first annual film festival sheds light on gay rights in America.

03/28/2016 By Sydney Boyd

Lectures

Fight For Your Right

Two leading human rights activists come to Discovery Green to share their stories

10/19/2015 By Andrea Siso

Interview

A Mayor Considers Her Legacy

Her final term may be winding down, but Annise Parker isn’t—and during what’s become a race to the finish line, our mayor takes a moment to reflect.

09/29/2015 By Catherine Matusow

HERO

The Decent Place

Late-night thoughts on listening to opponents of the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance

09/14/2015 By Scott Vogel

Kiss and Break Up

Behind the Scenes of Houston’s First Gay Divorce

Same-sex marriage has its surprising discontents.

09/01/2015 By Sarah Rufca Nielsen

Book It!

Top 5 LGBTQ-Friendly Places to Travel

Where to go and what to see

07/02/2015 By Kayla Stewart

Pride 2015

Celebrate Pride 2015 in Houston

Gear up for a week of fun and festive celebration.

06/22/2015 Edited by Nick Esquer

HIV/AIDS

For Gay Men, a Ban on Blood Donation Ends, But a Stigma Remains

There will be blood, but whose?

05/31/2015 By Kayla Stewart

Drag Race

For Latino Drag Queens, There’s No Place Like Hacienda

Houston’s Latino drag scene is booming—and plays to a surprisingly diverse crowd.

03/30/2015 By Sarah Rufca Nielsen

The Born Identity

What Do Transgender Children Need?

Transgender children and teenagers are transitioning earlier than ever, creating new challenges for doctors and families.

11/03/2014 By Mina Kelemen

Civil Rights

Meet the Pastor Trying to Overturn HERO

Willie Ray Davis is a pillar of Houston’s African-American community. So why is he trying to overturn the new equal rights ordinance?

08/03/2014 By Catherine Matusow

film

QFest Gives New Meaning to Summer Camp

The long-running LGBT film festival is back with a new slate of films, including a 1980s Pia Zadora howler.

07/23/2014 By Joe Leydon

Picks

Top Things To Do This Weekend: June 27–29

Where to go, who to see, and what to do

06/25/2014 By Michael Hardy

Film

Queering Houston

QFest, Houston's long-running LGBT film festival, expands into Katy, Northwest Houston, and Galveston this year

07/23/2013 By Michael Hardy