Houston is often revered for its diversity but some say the culture diversity within just the southwest neighborhood alone remains a “hidden gem.”
Self-defense is becoming a secret weapon for some queer Houstonians who are uncomfortable carrying a gun to better themselves from physical attacks.
Protestors gathered over the early closing of University of Houston’s Center for Diversity and Inclusion and LGBTQ Resource Center due to Texas Senate Bill 17.
Texas Senate Bill 17 will lead to the closure of LGBTQ centers at public universities across Houston.
A “premature” sign posted in front of the university’s LGBTQ Resource Center last week sent shockwaves to students, alumni and faculty not ready to bid farewell to a longtime safe place of acceptance.
The nonprofit has long provided free meals to struggling Houstonians, but its new PopUp store is now a favored option for complimentary groceries.
Pride month in Texas felt different from previous years for Houstonians struggling to combat the rise in hateful rhetoric and anti-LGBTQ state legislation.
After falling short at the outbreak onset in May 2022, the Houston Health Department offers free mpox vaccines at various Pride events this month.
Spurred by the success of his “Absolute Equality” mural in Galveston, Reginald Adams is unveiling six murals across the country, including one in Houston’s Fourth Ward.
In just two years since receiving its nonprofit status, the organization’s small team of five is filling a void for Black queer people in the Greater Houston region and the state.