It was sweet revenge, or at least sweet payback, to counter an anti-marriage equality event.
A bill introduced in the Texas House today would award cisgender students who shared a bathroom with a trans student $2,000, in addition to legal fees, for any 'mental anguish' the cisgender student suffered.
Lawyer Beau Miller objects to his legislator father's proposal to keep Texas cities from enacting or enforcing LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination laws.
Whether misidentifying judges, misunderstanding laws, or celebrating anniversaries on the wrong day, homophobic Texas lawmakers have been having one long case of the Mondays.
Before cutting into a cake celebrating a decade of discrimination, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick urged constituents to become an 'army' to oppose abortion, 'protect marriage,' and defend the constitution.
The Lone Star state adds its entry to this year's streak of bizarre bills seemingly targeted at the basic bodily functions of trans folks.
From Arkansas to Texas to Washington, D.C., antigay politicians are frantic for some way to stem the tide of equality.
Vic Holmes and Mark Phariss want to get married, so they sued the state of Texas. Braden Summers fills in the romantic details with his moving photographs to prove All Love Is Equal.