Texas is one step closer to having its first openly gay federal district judge.
Irving-based ExxonMobil is again the only company with a negative score on the Human Rights Campaign’s 2015 Corporate Equality Index, released Wednesday.
Growing up in a small town in the Texas Panhandle, Sandra Whitley says she knew she was gay from the age of 13 — in 1975.
Law enforcement officials, state legislators, faith leaders and a great-grandmother are among those lending their voices to a new campaign to bring marriage equality to Texas.
A Springtown man has been sentenced to more than 15 years in federal prison for the brutal assault and kidnapping of a gay man he met online, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Jonathan Saenz, president of the anti-gay group Texas Values, has said he believes gays activists are trying to put Christians in jail.
Cities across the Lone Star State will play host to events next week marking the Transgender Day of Remembrance — an international memorial held each year to honor those killed due to anti-trans violence.
Tea party Republican state Sen. Donna Campbell took to Facebook on Thursday to respond to criticism of her “license to discriminate” bill. Her complete post is above.
A man was sentenced to 60 years in prison Wednesday for the brutal murder of a gay Austin resident in 2013.
A Rally Against Hate Crimes is planned outside a South Texas courthouse on Friday, when the suspect charged with murder and rape in an attack on a teenage lesbian couple two years ago is scheduled to appear for a hearing.