President Barack Obama will sign an executive order today that prohibits federal contractors from discriminating against employees based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
LGBT donors appear to be playing an unprecedented role in the 2014 Texas governor’s race.
An openly gay police officer who oversees security during Dallas’ LGBT Pride celebratino has been placed on administrative leave by the Dallas Independent School District.
Thirty-five mayors from Florida have joined the national bipartisan coalition Mayors for the Freedom to Marry — the most from any state.
It’s been five months since a federal judge struck down Texas’ bans on same-sex marriage.
A retired Methodist pastor who went on a hunger strike in the 1990s to protest the church’s discrimination against gays has committed suicide by self-immolation.
Last week, Equality Texas’ PAC endorsed Democratic state Sen. Leticia Van De Putte for lieutenant governor.
Dallas police said Thursday they have video of a lone suspect who used red spray paint to tag 11 sites with “666″ in an apparent anti-gay hate crime last weekend.
Opponents say they have enough signatures to put Houston’s Equal Rights Ordinance on ballot
LGBT advocates are calling on people to show up at Houston City Hall this afternoon for a press conference on the city’s Equal Rights Ordinance.