HRC Federal Club Spring Luncheon features legal director, Ohio plaintiff
The Human Rights Campaign’s Federal Club Spring Lunch will discuss the movement after marriage equality with HRC Legal Director Sarah Warbelow and Jim Obergefell, the lead plaintiff in the case before the Supreme Court challenging state same-sex marriage bans.

Registration for the March 28 event has closed. But to learn more about the Federal Club and future events, visit


Impulse Group Dallas hosts PrEP talk








Impulse Group Dallas will host TruTalk: a PrEP Discussion from 6:30–8:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 2 at the Inwood Theater, 5458 W. Lovers Lane. Featuring a panel of LGBTQ advocacy leaders and medical professionals with decidedly different points of view, TruTalk: a PrEP Discussion will explore the pros and cons of this hot-button issue with “The Jada Fox Show” host Jada Pinkett Fox and Dallas Voice’s 2015 “Rising Star” Angel Velasco.

Impulse Group’s mission is to promote healthier sexual lifestyles and better educate young gay men about HIV. With support from the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, this group of volunteers works to create campaigns, events and online content to reach a new generation of gay men who live in a modern and rapidly evolving world.

Tickets are free but RSVPs requested. RSVP at


Gender-Bending Pop-Up Shop to visit Bishop Arts
Oakland-based clothier Saint Harridan brings its Pop-Up Shop to Dallas as part of its Suit Up America Tour April 10–12.

Saint Harridan designs and retails masculine suits, dress shirts and accessories for women and transmen. Its signature line of men’s style two-piece suits and dress shirts sold by the size are strategically designed for their customer base. Accessories, including Saint Harridan’s Limited Edition Queer-It-Up-A-Notch Bow Ties, will also be available for purchase. The pop-up shop will be open at Zoomos, 504 N. Madison Ave., Dallas, 75208 from noon–8 p.m. on Friday, April 10 and Saturday, April 11 and 11a.m.–4:00 p.m. on Sunday, April 12. For more information contact Mary Going by phone at 510-473-5414 or email at

This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition March 27, 2015.