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Here's How to Celebrate Fiesta at LGBT Events
This story originally appeared in our sister publication, Out In SA. Now in its 127th year, Fiesta San Antonio is an annual festival featurin
April 20, 2018
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LGBT Organization Fiesta Youth Hosting Annual Masquerade Ball Fundraiser
Founded by Emily Leeper in 2013, the LGBTQ organization Fiesta Youth aims to “empower youth to build a future where all people are accepte
April 19, 2018
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LGBT Artist Mitch D’Arte Explores Faith, Belief and Religion in Newest Exhibit
This story originally appeared in our sister publication, Out In SA. Nationally recognized artist Mitch D’Arte works in a variety of styles — fro
April 07, 2018
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FIRST LOOK: Pride Center San Antonio's open walk-in location
Pride Center San Antonio has the keys and is ready to move into its new, open walk-in center. The new location, at 1303 McCullough Ave., is the result of a partnership with Methodist Healthcare System.
March 13, 2018
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Halloween Hocus Pocus Lets San Antonians Party, Raise Funds for LGBT Teens
It’s time to start planning your costume for Fiesta Youth’s fourth annual Halloween Hocus Pocus fundraiser, slated for Saturday at Arbor House Suites i
October 20, 2017
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Conservative Group Fights SAISD's New LGBT Non-Discrimination Rule
A group of religious conservatives are protesting a new San Antonio Independent School District ordinance that promises protection to LGBT students and employees fro
September 12, 2017
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Mexic-Arte Museum Highlights SA LGBT Artists
The 22nd installment of the Young Latin@ Artists exhibition at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas brings together eight emerging artists from around the state. Two of the featured artists, San Antonio residents Michael Martinez and Jose Villalobos, showcase work which deals with LGBT issues and gender restrictions. Billed as Young Latino@ Artists: ¡Ahora!, this year’
July 29, 2017
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Performer and Activist Dan Guerrero Fuses LGBT and Mexican American History in His Signature Show ‘¡Gaytino!’
In 1962, Dan Guerrero arrived in New York City eager to break into the world of show business. Decades before Latinos were projected t
July 26, 2017
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LGBT Theater Company Lets Viewers in on Bizarre Antics Happening ‘Backstage at Oz’
The Woodlawn Pointe company has been bringing LGBT and alternative theater to San Antonio since their opening of The Golden Glee Club. Their latest production, Backstage at Oz, is a musical comedy “about the antics of a group of actors taking part in a stage production of The Wizard of Oz.”
July 19, 2017
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Ron Nirenberg: LGBT Ally in the Mayor's Office
It’s been three years since San Antonio’s LGBT community has had an ally in the mayor's office. During her time in office, former Mayor Ivy Taylor did little to recognize the existence of her LGBT constituents, let alone support them.
June 28, 2017
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California travel ban to Texas over LGBT adoption bill could spell trouble for tourism industry
California state employees can no longer use taxpayer dollars to travel to Texas because of a new Texas law the Golden State says discriminates against LGBT people who want to adopt — creating a potential new headache for the state’s tourism and travel industry. [...] Texas tourism groups and business advocates have repeatedly warned state lawmakers that pursuing legislation perceived ...
June 26, 2017
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Generations of Laredoans clash when it comes to LGBT issues
In speaking with members of Laredos lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and counselors at PILLAR, a local behavioral health center, it seems that the LGBT population here is supported more at school than anywhere else in the city. Sanchez said he visits local high school campuses with some regularity for work. 
June 06, 2017
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