Volume Tres of Trucha’s queer advice column, Consejitos Con Santana, answers questions from queer and gender-nonconforming people about communicating needs and wants to the people around you.
Volume Dos of Trucha’s first-ever advice column, Consejitos Con Santana, answers questions from queer and gender-nonconforming people about relationship troubles and all things queer romance!
The book club hosted by Planned Parenthood South Texas creates a space for members to discuss books about the issues that affect our community. October dealt with identity and being a member of the LGBTQ+ community in a Latinx family. Read the article to find out what was discussed!
Trucha’s first-ever advice column, Consejitos Con Santana, will focus on answering questions from queer and gender-nonconforming people about gender, relationships, and coming out, among other things.
Jotxs y Recuerdos: Archiving Queer Stories from the RGV Words by Pioquinta One of the histories that people often overlook is that of the queer and trans community in the Rio Grande Valley. Alexandra Nichole Salazar (she/her) aims to change that. “I started my podcast in 2016. I started it as a way to archive […]
The first official rainbow sidewalk in Brownsville has been vandalized in an act of homophobia, further showing that hate continues to grow in our own neighborhoods.
Pride month is more than just rainbows everywhere. It’s about showing up and showing support for the LGBTQIA+ community. To start, we listed three ways you can do that today.
In this interview, OutInThe956 features Marc McCrea, a queer artist from the RGV, asking him insightful questions about his art process, slugs, and more.
The Texas LGBTQIA+ Community is under attack once more by discriminatory policies that are actively being passed and continue to spread harmful anti-Trans and anti-LGBTQIA+ rhetoric.
Marchismo and marianismo are a toxic set of expectations and behaviors that negatively affect people in cis and queer relationships. This article discusses how these roles and expectations adapt differently when presented in queer relationships.