With our Slaying Gender series, we’re featuring voices from Texas’ diverse transgender and drag communities. Watch episode 1 with Austin-based drag performer Brigitte Bandit! […]
The fight to create a more just and equitable world for LGBTQIA+ people is about saving lives. Bernard Mayes, an LGBTQIA+ Anglican priest who created the first suicide hotline, knew this too. […]
June 24 marks a year since anti-abortion extremists who control our nation’s highest Court overturned Roe v. Wade with their ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. […]
As the newest federal holiday signed in 2021 by President Biden, Juneteenth is slowly becoming a quotidian topic of conversation. June 19, commonly referred to as Juneteenth, can be described as America’s second independence day — marking the day that freed people from slavery in the furthest Confederate-controlled region of Texas. […]
The 88th Texas Legislative Session adjourned, or ended, on Monday, May 29. So… we’re done here, right? Everyone gets to go home until 2025?
Nope. The same day the session adjourned, Gov. Greg Abbott called for an immediate special session, stating “many critical items remain that must be passed.” […]