The stories, people, and events that help make Pride so vibrant in North Texas.
People of Pride II
Three DFW transgender executives share their stories of living as their authentic selves, both personally and professionally.
Your Guide to Pride 2022 in Dallas-Fort Worth
There are poetry slams celebrating queer Latinx culture, Juneteenth celebrations featuring the hottest acts in hip-hop, and, of course, grand parades and block parties. This Pride month may be Dallas-Fort Worth’s most expansive yet.
By Alex Gonzalez
The Untold Dallas Origins of Roe v. Wade
An excerpt from a new book traces the role North Texas played in one of the most controversial rulings in Supreme Court history.
By Joshua Prager
My Reality: Kellie Jasso Shares Her Experiences with Being LGBTQ+ in the Workplace
The Balfour Beatty preconstruction manager walks through her journey becoming comfortable in her own skin at work.
By Kellie Jasso
Sue Ellen’s Revival Is a Homecoming for Dallas’ Queer Community
Just in time for Pride month, the return of what’s believed to be the oldest and longest-running lesbian bar in Texas was worth the yearlong wait for so many Dallasites.
By Rosin Saez
Women’s National Football Conference Hopes to Turn an Adidas Grant Into a TV Show
And the league's co-founder has advice for all the high school coaches out there: be explicit about equity.
Secret Celebrity Star Alyssa Edwards Is Surviving the Quarantine With Gay Kickball, Bingo, and Tex-Mex
You can take the girl out of Mesquite, but you can't take the Mesquite out of the girl.
Two Dallas Trans Women are Remembered in the Out100 Trans Obituaries Project
Too many have been lost.
People of Pride
Seven stories from DFW executives about coming out, navigating professional life, and living authentically.
The Business of Pride
About half of LGBTQ employees still lead closeted lives on the job. Here’s what North Texas companies are doing to create a more inclusive workplace for all.