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Texas LGBTQ Advocates Aren’t Worried About Challenges to Austin’s Nondiscrimination Ordinance

The advocates say lawsuits challenging the city’s code prohibiting employers from discriminating against an “individual’s race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, or disability” won’t hold up in court. By Matt Zdun, Texas Tribune After two conservative Christian groups filed lawsuits against the city of Austin over the past week challenging

Pride San Antonio’s QFest to Screen Over 80 Films From Around the Globe

Organizers of Pride San Antonio’s fifth annual QFest LGBT International Film Festival have released the list of films to be screened at this year’s festival, which runs from October 12 through October 15 at Brooks City Base Cinema. This year’s entries include international features and short subjects which run the gamut of genres, from documentaries

Pegasus Shooter Turns Himself In to SAPD

A 44-year-old man from El Paso, Texas turned himself into San Antonio police after he was identified as the shooter who fired his gun into a crowd outside Pegasus nightclub in the early morning hours of October 8, injuring three people. Jose Rincon Hernandez was arrested Tuesday afternoon. The San Antonio Express-News reports police recovered

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