The lawyer who headed the campaign to repeal Houston's nondiscrimination law is defending a man sued for secretly taking photos of naked women in a bathroom.
The man who is defending the antigay Kentucky clerk in court apparently missed the irony in his call for Annise Parker to step down.
CNN's Jake Tapper asked the U.S. senator from Texas: 'are you not endorsing conservative intolerance?' But instead of a straight answer, he got deflection.
In a scathing message from the editorial board of The New York Times, the gray lady slams the state's top officials for peddling provably false transphobic myths in the controversy over HERO.
Rabidly antigay Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick declared, 'We will not accept anyone telling us that wrong is right.' On the other side, there's talk of economic consquences.
With local media repeating debunked, transphobic lies about 'bathroom predators,' Houstonians didn't have a chance to learn the truth about the innocuous nondiscrimination ordinance.
Eleven gay men in Dallas have been the victims of attacks and robberies in three months.
Today's vote on the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance is not merely about bathrooms. And what better way to explain why the nondiscrimination order matters than through know-it-all cats?
DeAnne Cuellar of Equality Texas on the fight for HERO.