This category is for listing sites that concern the make up of the local community: its people, its history, and resources and institutions that serve the people. Subjects include religion, clubs and lodges, politics, women, men, seniors, kids, teens, activism, alternative sexuality, genealogy, and personal home pages.
Submissions to this category should focus on the communities of Texas.

If your site is not statewide in focus, please submit to the appropriate region, county, or locality category.

If your site focuses on a specific community, please submit to the appropriate category for that community.

For sites with a statewide presence concerning the well-being of domestic animals.
Please submit only sites for animal welfare and rescue groups. Submit sites for kennels, pet food and supply businesses, veterinary services, and other pet-related businesses in Regional: North America: United States: Texas: Business and Economy: Animals.

Most sites should be submitted to a locality. Sites that may be listed at state level include:

  • Organizations with multiple branches, offices, or locations spanning multiple metro areas.
  • Clubs or associations drawing members from the entire state.
  • Governmental, scientific, or environmental sites concerned with the entire state.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Location must be shown, preferably by address or local phone number.
  2. For title, submit the name of the group sponsoring the site, the subject as it appears as a banner on the main page, or both, separated by a colon.
  3. Make description factual, avoiding promotional language and Unnecessary Capitalization.
  4. Compare existing listings for best results.
This category concerns the make up of the Native American communities: their people, history, resources and institutions.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

Make sure your site title matches the name of your organization or entity. In your site description, stick to the facts and avoid hype or promotional language. Avoid Excessive Capitalization. Describe site features as well as the subject of your site.

Subject matter relating specifically to gay, lesbian, and bisexual community of Texas.
Only submissions offering information on Texas will considered for this category. This may include regional guides, organizations, some events and conferences, and online communities.

If your site is specific to a city, follow the category link to the appropriate city. If one is not available, then please submit to the most appropriate subcategory within the local category.

Please submit more local sites to the appropriate Locality or County, not to this statewide category. Sites dealing with the history of a facility should be submitted under Society/Military/.
No submissions are accepted in this category. Please browse to the County where your site is located and submit there under the most appropriate subcategory.
Please submit only sites focusing on the death penalty in Texas. More general sites should be submitted to Society/Issues/Crime_and_Justice/Death_Penalty/.
For new submissions and updates, please use the format " Local " for the title, and include "Affiliated with the " in the site description. If the organization covers a particular geographic region of the state, please include that in the description.
This category contains links to sites related to military interest groups, organizations, personal pages and the like based in Texas. Sites may include but are not limited to:
  • Veterans groups, organizations and associations
  • Personal pages centered around military life, but are mainly related to activities or interests in Texas.
  • POW-MIA organizations
  • American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Marine Corps League, and similar groups
1 Q: what is a personal homepage? A: hi my name is Paisley, this is my wife Pandora, my cats are seal and amoeba (pictured here), we currently are into human sacrifice (just kidding but you get the idea.) personal means about the personal life of the person. 2 Q: do you live in Texas? A: if you live in Texas and this meets the personal webpage criteria set forth in #1 , then this is the place!!! If you don't live in Texas, you should think about submitting a site in your state's area. 3 Q: can I put my resume in a personal page? A: But of course }: > you can even speak about what you do for a living, but remember, any direct solicitation, will get your site removed from this category.
This category includes links to elections, campaigns, political news and commentary, voting, current issues, political parties, and activist and citizen's organizations in the state of Texas.
Please submit only sites for candidates running for public office and their campaigns. Submit sites for elected and appointed officials in Regional: North America: United States: Texas: Government.
Submit individual churches to the appropriate denominational and locality category. Normally congregations will be listed twice in ODP, once in their locality, and once under their denomination (under http://www.dmoz.org/Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/Christianity/Denominations/.
Transgendered individuals are those who have a gender (a mental measure of masculinity, femininity, or something else entirely) which does not match their sex (being physically male or female). This category includes resources for transgendered individuals, and information about transgenderism in Texas.
Only submissions offering information on more than one metro area or the entire state will be considered for this category. This may include regional guides, organizations, some events and conferences, and online communities.

If your site is specific to a city, please submit to the most appropriate subcategory within the local category.

Social and cultural activities specifically for young people.