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How Houston’s Drag Scene Influenced The LGBT Movement
A new performance lecture, called A Landing on the Bayou, explores the impact Houston’s drag scene had on the fight for LGBT rights.
November 09, 2018
Gay Artist Unveils Secret Art Collection for 2019 Fine Art Gallery Tour
Today, LGBT artist and philanthropist Ben Workman aka Jumper Maybach unveiled his latest series of artwork, a collection of 54 pieces never-before-seen in the United States which the artist created specifically for a 2014 exhibition in Venice, Italy. The collection, which the Artist is called The Venetian Series consists of over two dozen large format abstract pieces meant to become the focal poin...
October 17, 2018
Meet Eva Tiemat, the Transgender Dragon Woman
I spent a day with Eva Tiamat Medusa, a trans woman who modified her body to become a dragon.
September 21, 2018

Pride Journeys: Houston

Throughout my career as a travel journalist thus far, I have been to Texas about a dozen times for both work and pleasure. However, the one city I never visited until recently was Houston. I quickly n...
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July 26, 2018

First LGBT center in Coastal Bend is on the way
LGBT people in the Coastal Bend will soon have a space devoted to them, as the Coastal Bend Wellness Foundation finalizes plans for a LGBT community center.  The center will be part of the Coastal Bend Wellness Foundation and would provide LGBT people in the Coastal Bend with resources and services that are not offered elsewhere.
July 22, 2018
Houston companies getting better at LGBTQ inclusion, Human Rights Campaign Index indicates
Six Houston-based companies scored perfect 100s on the Human Rights Campaign's 2018 Corporate Equality Index.
June 24, 2018
The LGBT bars in Houston you need to know
Drag shows and dinner, lounges and leather, long lines and gogo dancers.
June 20, 2018
Houston takes the cake for LGBT Pride month
LGBT-proud cakes and cookies are offered by Three Brothers Bakery and Kenny & Ziggy's for Pride Month; Houston's Pride celebrations will be June 23
June 12, 2018
Summer film at the MFAH: Bergman, 'Bullitt' and LGBT
Jazz on Film, the LGBT-themed Q Fest, Project Row Houses: a 25th Anniversary Celebration, and a salute to groundbreaking Swedish director Ingmar Bergman are four of the highlights of the summer film programming at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Jazz on Film kicks off June 9 with the documentary "Samba & Jazz," the documentary from Brazilian photographer Jefferson Mello that explores the int...
May 22, 2018
Houston loses court battle for LGBT workers' spousal benefits, but  war goes on
Nearly three years after the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage nationwide, the city of Houston continues to battle for the right
April 12, 2018
Remembering Joe Watts, the father of gay Houston theater
The king is dead. Joe Watts, a pioneering figure who was the king of Houston gay theater from the early 1980s to the 2000s, died on March 13 after a battle with cancer. He was 76. Undaunted by seemingly overwhelming odds, he persevered in pursuit of his vision, discovered creative solutions and made sure that the curtain went up regularly on queer theater productions for three decades. Confronted ...
April 04, 2018

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