The Human Rights Campaign has adjusted two scores in North Texas after errors were discovered in the cities of Irving and Dallas regarding their LGBT-inclusive policies. Continue reading
An attorney representing two Texas gay couples filed a motion for temporary injunction Friday, requesting that state officials stop enforcing the state’s constitutional amendment baring same-sex couples from marrying. Continue reading
BearDance gave AIDS Arms a check totaling $3,850 to the agency from the groups’ T at the MC Pride event in September. Continue reading
Doug Magditch tackles the 2013 Municipal Equality Index released this week by the Human Rights Campaign on this week’s “Gay Agenda,” as well as Transgender Day of Remembrance and a Methodist pastor suspended for officiating at his gay son’s wedding.
Members of The Abstract Church in Denton placed an ad today in the Denton Record-Chronicle in honor of Transgender Day of Remembrance. Continue reading
This year’s Human Rights Campaign Municipal Equality Index released Tuesday ranked 16 Texas cities, compared to seven last year. Continue reading
While the Texas National Guard has been refusing to comply with federal regulations regarding registering same-sex spouses for benefits, a lesbian couple has now been denied a housing allowance. Continue reading
Trans student Jeydon Loredo will now be remembered in his senior yearbook for the way he wants to be remembered after his school district consented late last week to allow his photo to run in the book.
Transgender Day of Remembrance is an annual day, held on Nov. 20, to remember those killed and discriminated against for their gender identity and expression. Continue reading
Officials at La Feria Independent School District are refusing to allow trans student Jeydon Loredo to appear in La Feria High School’s yearbook because he’s wearing a tuxedo. Continue reading