Texas Gay Rights

Katherine Franke, a professor at Columbia Law School and the director of the Center for Gender & Sexuality Law, described
"They lured me indirectly. They had one of their friends, who I'm also friends with, tell me to come up there and they walked
“There is no effect -- that’s ludicrous,” Carr said. “He is combining the idea that people who are gay also have to have
Republicans dominate politics in Texas, a state with a $1.4 trillion yearly economy, and the party's candidates are the favorites
There are plenty of folks who feel the same way, in Gun Barrel City and across the state. Last month, a waitress in East
The Huffington Post spoke with Chasnoff in a phone conversation Friday morning. He has not spoken to Stevens, who gave his
"Mr. Luna and Mr. Ramirez did seek information about Grace Gardens and were given the same tour that all potential clients
A judge has ruled that a North Texas lesbian couple can't live together because of a morality clause in one of the women's divorce papers.
Though Kathy and I have been building a life together for 22 years, we cannot marry in our home state -- the state where I was born, and where I serve in Houston's highest office. Texas, like 40 other states, does not allow same-sex couples to marry.
As WFAA News 8 reports, Ben Allen and Justin Hudgins hoped to book a reception for 150 guests at the All Occasion Party Place
As Dallas Voice pointed out, HB 1300 follows a Feb. 6 bill filed by Dallas Rep. Rafael Anchia to repeal the state’s anti
EDGE on the Net reports that Moore has since defended the ad. "What I wrote was facts and if I wrote something that wasn’t
A new composite sketch of Olgin and Chapa's attacker, who is described as a thin white man with a scruffy beard and in his
As the Associated Press is reporting, Mark "Major" Jiminez and Beau Chandler went to the Dallas clerk's office Wednesday
The path toward the recall efforts began in 2009, when the city council approved benefits for domestic couples -- both gay
It's not every day that a rich girl from one of the most segregated enclaves in Texas grows up to be a divorce lawyer with a husband, three kids, and a passion to make sure that gay people have rights, too.
One Texas-based judge is making her stance on her state's refusal to grant same-sex couples the right to wed publicly known
As we strolled side by side across the restaurant's muddy parking lot, my fiancé threw his arm over my shoulders and pulled me in for a squeeze. Instinct made me want to shove him away from me. Why did I -- even if only for a moment -- feel such terror?