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‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Season 14’s Bosco brings glam and horror to the Bonham Exchange Thursday

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Season 14’s Bosco brings glam and horror to the Bonham Exchange Thursday

The self-described ‘Demon Queen of Seattle’ requests that you ‘get your ass out and horns up’ for her pair of Bonham Exchange performances. RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 14 was a wild ride with twists and turns aplenty, perhaps none more suspenseful than a Willy Wonka-inspired golden chocolate bar with the power to save one lucky

San Antonio Metropolitan Health District administering limited number of monkeypox vaccinations

San Antonio Metropolitan Health District administering limited number of monkeypox vaccinations

San Antonio Metropolitan Health District announced on August 2 that it received 1,000 doses of the monkeypox vaccine Jynneos from the Texas Department of State Health Services. As of August 3, 14 cases of monkeypox have been identified in San Antonio. The vaccine has been proven to prevent monkey pox and is approved by the

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

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

Only one Texas Republican in the U.S. House voted to protect marriage equality

Only one Texas Republican in the U.S. House voted to protect marriage equality

San Antonio-area U.S. Rep. Tony Gonzales was the sole Texas Republican to vote for the legislation, while U.S. Rep. Chip Roy voted against it. Nearly every Republican member of the U.S. House from Texas voted in opposition Tuesday to a bill that would codify same-sex marriage under federal law. San Antonio-area U.S. Rep. Tony Gonzales was the

Food Truck Journey: Chef Ryan Rhys is all about change in his personal and culinary life

Food Truck Journey: Chef Ryan Rhys is all about change in his personal and culinary life

The transgender chef-owner of the Satisfried food truck also operates the Enzo’s Culinary Events catering outfit. It’s no exaggeration to say San Antonio Chef Ryan Rhys is in the middle of two of the most transformational journeys of his life. The trangender chef-owner of the Satisfried food truck and ghost kitchen began his journey in

The One That Got Away: San Antonio showgirl Jorgeous won our hearts on Drag Race

The One That Got Away: San Antonio showgirl Jorgeous won our hearts on Drag Race

Jorgeous made her big debut at the bygone SA club Babio’s at the ripe old age of 16 — a nightlife feat that rubbed some drag queens the wrong way. As a flamboyant child growing up in San Antonio, Jorge Meza idolized game-changing drag queen RuPaul, often danced in front of the television and even

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

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

Pride San Antonio announces official events for Pride Week in San Antonio

Pride San Antonio announces official events for Pride Week in San Antonio

Pride San Antonio is scheduling a diverse roster of events to wrap of Pride Month in San Antonio. “Pride Week San Antonio is a gathering of the equality-minded San Antonio metropolitan community to celebrate and promote hope and awareness of equality and diversity through a cavalcade of events designed to recognize, accept, and celebrate the

Texas Supreme Court allows child abuse investigations into families of transgender teens to continue

Texas Supreme Court allows child abuse investigations into families of transgender teens to continue

The high court also raised questions about why the state opened these investigations in the first place, noting that the child welfare agency is not bound by directives from the governor. By Eleanor Klibanoff, Texas Tribune Texas’ child welfare agency remains blocked from investigating the family of a transgender teen that sued the state in

Visit San Antonio plans it’s own Pride parade; local Pride organizers say they were left in the dark

Visit San Antonio plans it’s own Pride parade; local Pride organizers say they were left in the dark

Pride San Antonio has organized the Pride Bigger Than Texas Parade for the past 19 years. San Antonio’s key tourism-promotion entity is gearing up to launch its first LGBTQ+ Pride parade along the River Walk. However, people familiar with the plans said the nonprofit failed to notify the organizers of the city’s longest-running Pride parade

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