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Our PRIDE should unite us, not divide us

By Todd Whitley  | Contributing Columnist We have a problem. Many have known it for a long time. Some deny it. Others — like me — who LOVE the parade are waking up to the realization that all things are not equal in the Dallas...

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Updated election results

With 239 of 769 precincts reporting: District A Helena Brown: 57% Brenda Stardig: 43% District B Alvin Byrd: 51% Jerry Davis: 49% Place 2: Kristi Thibaut 48% Andrew Burks 52% Place 5 Jack Christie  52% Jo Jones  48% Most of the...

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Early voting in runoff election off to slow start

For those who missed it, there is an election happening in Houston right now. Four City Council races wound up in run-offs after the November 8 municipal elections and Houstonians have until December 10 to decide the fate of...

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East coast victories for LGBT candidates

While we’re waiting here in Houston for the results of today’s municipal elections the Victory Fund reports of victories for LGBT candidates on the East coast where polls closed an hour earlier than Texas. State Del....

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Early voting results in Houston Races

At 7 pm the polls closed. The Harris County Clerk’s office must now count and tabulate the votes cast today in Houston’s 769 voting precincts. While we wait for the final results, let’s take a look at the...

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‘Drag Race’ tour hits S4 this month

As anyone who watches the show knows, one of the perks of winning RuPaul’s Drag Race is that the victor gets a victory lap … around the country. Raja will come to Dallas as part of the Drag Race/Absolut Vodka Tour...

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RuPaul’s Drag Race – QNN News

Stay out of the comments if you haven’t seen last night’s news show themed episode. Otherwise jump in and dish the challenge and the elimination. Subscribe to Joe.My.God. Joe. My....

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RuPaul’s Drag Race Season Three

Stay out of the comments if you haven’t yet seen tonight’s premiere episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race, season three. Otherwise jump in and dish this year’s crop of contestants and tonight’s challenge....

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Transgender Candidate Wins Judicial Race

Victoria Kolakowski of Oakland, Calif., becomes the first openly transgender judge in U.S. history after a tight race for a superior court vacancy in the East Bay’s Alameda County. Advocate.com: Daily...

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DC’s annual Halloween drag high heel race

VIDEO: It’s a tradition that’s been going on in Washington, DC since I first came out. The Drag High Heel Race. You gotta be in drag, and I think you have to be wearing at least 3 inch high heels. Then you run down a...

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