Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!

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Adopt A Positive Attitude

HIV stigma sucks. Especially when it comes from within the LGBTQ community. Even with all the advances in treatment and prevention, people still have a lot of misconceptions about anyone living with HIV/AIDS. That’s why Prism Health North Texas created an informative video series that tackles how HIV stigma affects the LGBTQ+, Latino/Latinx, Black, and Transgender communities. You can watch […]

The Art Of Being Different

Beach vacations may not be on everyone’s agenda this summer, but whether you make it to actual sand or just your backyard or balcony, we’ve got a great read perfect for the occasion. Here For It brings together a collection of hilarious essays from the life of writer R. Eric Thomas. Within its pages are gut-busting stories of growing up […]

Crossing The Line

Ever since the election of that misshapen humanoid queef to the Oval Office, we’ve tried to surround ourselves with a Disney-sized dose of positivity. (Which can be a great thing when you’re running late and our flock of cartoon birds helps tie our shoes.) So a show like The Red Line presents quite a challenge for us. From gay producer […]

Every Story Matters

The LGBT experience is unique to each individual, but living in Dallas as an LGBT person of color has its own set of challenges and triumphs. As part of its continuing efforts to present the LGBT history of our city, The Dallas Way presents a roundtable discussion tomorrow night at the African American Museum of Dallas. Our Stories, Our History: This […]

We Need Another Hero

Looking at the lineup these days, television is broken down pretty much into three categories: superhero shows, game shows and the NCIS franchise. Many of the latest productions from the Marvel and DC universes have failed to live up to expectations, but we’re super excited about the latest from gay TV writer/creator/producer Greg Berlanti (Arrow, Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow). It’s Black Lightning from […]