New Texas residents get rude awakening

Woman denied driver's license over same-sex marriage


PHOTOS: Michael Sam attends HRC mixer, LGBT fundraiser in Dallas

Now that he’s a member of the Dallas Cowboys practice squad, openly gay NFL player Michael Sam is making the rounds in the city’s LGBT community.


New Texas residents get rude awakening

A woman who recently relocated from California says the Texas Department of Public Safety refused to issue her an accurate driver’s license because her last name was changed through a same-sex marriage.


Will Wendy Davis appear at gay Pride?

Despite her strong support for the LGBT community, Democrat Wendy Davis hasn’t yet attended a gay Pride celebration this year.


Black, trans leaders criticize lack of diversity among Dallas Pride grand marshals

Of the 75 grand marshals in the 29-year history of the Dallas Pride parade, none has been African-American, Asian or transgender.


New Mexico cashing in on Texas marriage ban

When it comes to revenue from same-sex weddings, Texas’ loss is New Mexico’s gain.


WATCH: Austin may require single-occupancy restrooms to be gender-neutral

The Austin City Council is set to consider an ordinance that would make the city the first in Texas to require all single-occupancy restrooms to be gender-free.


Libertarian vies to become Texas’ first openly gay state senator

Texas already had a record number of openly LGBT candidates running for state Legislature this year.


Gay couple barred from participating in mass wedding in Fort Worth Stockyards

Organizers have rejected a gay couple’s application to participate in a mass wedding planned for the Fort Worth Stockyards in December.


AT&T contributes $75K to anti-gay Republican Greg Abbott’s campaign for governor

Dallas-based AT&T Inc., long considered a strong corporate LGBT ally, has contributed $75,000 to anti-gay Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott’s campaign for governor in 2014.

After being re-elected to 3rd term, Houston Mayor Annise Parker pushes LGBT initiatives

BREAKING: Houston Equal Rights Ordinance won’t appear on November ballot

An effort to repeal Houston’s Equal Rights Ordinance won’t go before voters this year.

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