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.
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.
Despite her strong support for the LGBT community, Democrat Wendy Davis hasn’t yet attended a gay Pride celebration this year.
Of the 75 grand marshals in the 29-year history of the Dallas Pride parade, none has been African-American, Asian or transgender.
When it comes to revenue from same-sex weddings, Texas’ loss is New Mexico’s gain.
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.
Texas already had a record number of openly LGBT candidates running for state Legislature this year.
Organizers have rejected a gay couple’s application to participate in a mass wedding planned for the Fort Worth Stockyards in December.
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.
An effort to repeal Houston’s Equal Rights Ordinance won’t go before voters this year.