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Kind Staff Picks: Anti-Racist & Anti-Stigma Recommendations

Learning (and un-learning) is an ongoing process and is essential to staying ~woke~ and aware of the world around you. Gone are the days of minority communities educating others of the barriers they face accessing healthcare or the hardships that are pervasive throughout society due to systemic racism and prejudice. We’ve reached a time where […]

Gay Men & Radical Self-Love

By Armando Sanchez of “Gay Men and Blog”  Everybody say radical self-love! You may be wondering, What is radical self-love? Why does it matter? And, How am I supposed to do it?  I’ll start with the why. Why does it matter that we, as gay men, radically love ourselves? I, for one, can think of […]

Feeling Empowered in Your Healthcare in 2021

It’s time for our new year glow up! Let’s take a page out of Princess Di’s book and treat 2020 like a bad breakup by flaunting the ultimate revenge…empowerment! While many of us took time to look inwards last year, seeking spiritual enlightenment, setting up personal boundaries for growth, and learning to make homemade sourdough […]

Be Kind for the Holidays

This holiday season, we invite you to spread some holiday cheer to our friends at our partner organizations! If you’re able to this year, please consider giving your time, talent, and/or financial support to these incredible organizations that provide essential services to our communities. Any contribution, big or small, will help bring a little more […]

An LGBTQIA+ Guide to Surviving the Holidays

The vaccine’s rolling out as we (hopefully) round the COVID corner! We see the light! But first, we have to get through something that’s just as anxiety-inducing as a global pandemic to some…the holidays. We’re talking uncomfortable family gatherings, potential shaming, deadnaming, and your bitter uncle crying out “voter fraud” every chance he gets. Those […]

2020 Year in Review with our CEO, Christopher Hamilton

As 2020 draws to a close, I am reflecting on what your trust in us has allowed us to do this year. Your dedication to supporting culturally competent sexual wellness allowed us to open our first Kind Clinic in San Antonio and our third Kind Clinic in Austin. With your help, we can continue to respond […]

Gift Guide of LGBTQIA+ and POC-owned Businesses in Austin and San Antonio

While AmazonSmile is a great online shopping tool, it’s also important to support local businesses owned by POC and members of the LGBTQIA+ community, especially this holiday season. According to the Human Rights Campaign, “LGBTQ people…face significant economic disparities compared to their non-LGBTQ peers, which means they will more often lack the resources they need to […]

Give Back to Kind When You Shop on Amazon 

Doing your holiday shopping online this year? When you shop with Amazon you can support our parent organization, Texas Health Action, and its programs (including us at Kind Clinic!) through AmazonSmile. By selecting Texas Health Action as your supported charity, you can generate donations from eligible purchases. At no additional cost to you, AmazonSmile will […]

5 Ways to Celebrate World AIDS Day

By Dr. Cynthia C. Brinson, Chief Medical Officer at Texas Health Action Originally published by RxSaver Each year since 1988, the world has come together on December 1 to focus on ending the AIDS epidemic. Although this year, we are battling two public health crises, from both AIDS and COVID-19, it remains incredibly important to […]

The Importance of Moving from Trans Visibility to Trans Allyship

By Evan Mahony, Patient Advocate Supervisor at Texas Health Action November is a difficult month for many trans people. Transgender Awareness Week (November 13th-19th) raises awareness of prejudice and discrimination faced by trans people, and is followed by Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) on November 20th. TDOR is a day of mourning for the trans […]

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