Daily Gay Place: Everything's Political
DSA Queer Coalition Organizes and Mobilizes
Netflix’s Stranger Things might have put “The Upside Down” on the map, but the country’s current political climate makes it all too applicable to today’s reality. Many people feel uncertain about their future, the safety of their families, and are concerned about the potential loss of opportunity.

3:45PM Tue. Feb. 7, Sloane Smith Read More | Comment »

Coming Out in the Dark
As is often the case these days, an idea came to fruition through social media. One person put out a call to action on Facebook to organize an LGBTQ protest on the evening of the inauguration. People from all over the Austin area responded.

12:56PM Thu. Jan. 19, Sloane Smith Read More | Comment »

Step One: Create an LGBTQ Commission
Three months after Mayor Steve Adler announced plans to create an LGBTQ Quality of Life Commission during October’s Hate Crime Summit, the first precursory meeting was held Wednesday night at the Asian American Resource Center.

11:10AM Thu. Jan. 19, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Texas Bathroom Bill Battle Officially Begins
As predicted, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick has his bathroom bill. Senate Bill 6, labeled the “Texas Privacy Act,” was filed Thursday, Jan. 5 by Sen. Lois Kolkhorst, R-Brenham. The bill is both sexist and transphobic and hides behind the guise of privacy protection.

4:45PM Thu. Jan. 5, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

In the Wake of Orlando
Yesterday morning, after waking up next to my partner and dog, I checked Facebook. It’s a bad habit. One I’m trying to break, but everyone was still asleep, so I hit the blue app open. I scrolled through photos of D.C. Pride – all my friends were smiling, adorned in their gayest/queerest/cutest outfits, bright colors, and of course, glitter.

2:15PM Mon. Jun. 13, 2016, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Queerbomb Will Go On
On the heels of GayBiGayGay’s indefinite hiatus, rumors spread quickly that Queerbomb 2016 would go the same way. Just a week ago, however, Queerbombers announced that – despite concerned whispers – the festival and march would in fact happen this June.

11:00AM Wed. Mar. 30, 2016, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

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Houston Prop 1 FAIL
"It was about protecting our grandmoms," said Lt. Governor Dan Patrick on the overturning of Proposition 1, Houston's Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO) last night, "our mothers and our wives, and our sisters, and our daughters, and our granddaughters." And although 61% of Houstonians voted in agreement, those words could not be more misleading.

11:15AM Wed. Nov. 4, 2015, Andy Campbell Read More | Comment »

Not Up for Debate
In the interest of presenting the full spectrum of feels in the conversations we had with some of our cover queers this issue, we will be presenting fuller versions of some transcripts. This is first of two posts featuring the interview with Morgan Robyn Collado.

1:30AM Thu. Aug. 27, 2015, Andy Campbell Read More | Comment »

Texas Changes Birth, Death Certificate Policy for Same-Sex Couples
Under court pressure, the state of Texas has issued new birth and death certificate policy guidelines for same-sex couples.

2:30PM Thu. Aug. 13, 2015, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

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