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UT-Dallas is investigating a professor’s homophobic tweet with misinformation about monkeypox

LGBTQ students want the university to take “substantive action” against the computer science professor for his tweet, which included misinformation about how the monkeypox virus spreads. by Kate McGee, The Texas Tribune Robert Aden Lonergan went to high school in Waxahachie and remembers a class in which students held a debate about whether transgender people

McNay exhibition of 5 queer, Asian American artists aims to shatter the ‘model minority’ stereotype

The show challenges preconceived notions about Asian Americans, particularly ones that ignore the challenges people face in their adopted homeland. A new exhibition at the McNay Art Museum challenges preconceived notions about Asian Americans, particularly ones that ignore the challenges people face in their adopted homeland. “Reflecting Selves: Asian American Artists in Texas” brings together

After extremists’ arrests in Idaho, LGBTQ Texans and Pride organizers balance safety with desire to celebrate their identities

Some LGBTQ Texans are trying to navigate plans to commemorate the catalyst of their civil rights movement with concerns about safety after 31 members of a Texas-based hate group were charged with conspiracy to riot at a Pride event in Idaho. by Jaden Edison, The Texas Tribune When 31 members of a Texas-based white supremacist

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