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Our Atlantis Cruise Caribbean Journey
Four years ago, we decided to do our first Atlantis Cruise. Leaving out of New York City, it was just too convenient to pass up! Richard and I got on board, assuming we would know very few people, …
February 19, 2019
Atlantis Events and RSVP Vacations Lead in Launching the Groundbreaking Destination Equality Campaign to Lift Up the Caribbean LGBT Community
Destination Equality is a Program of Alturi founded by former Atlantis Events and RSVP Vacations employees Steve Roth and Charlie Rounds
December 06, 2018
Gay marriage controversy in Cuba deflects from debates on other reforms
A proposed reform of Cuba’s constitution would shape the island’s future for years, but Cubans seem to be more interested in wrangling over gay marriage than a multiparty system in debates on a new Constitution.
September 14, 2018
In Haiti, slight progress for LGBT rights is seen as victory
Yaisah Val recently came out publicly as a transgender woman on YouTube, a potentially risky move in a country like Haiti where LGBT residents face pervasive hostility in most spheres of public life. Two proposed anti-LGBT laws are pending in Parliament. The major churches are firm in their condemnation of homosexuality. Gay Haitians are frequent targets of attacks and harassment, and police are o...
August 16, 2018
In the Caribbean's carnival capital, a Pride parade makes its debut
I am still smiling because of Saturday 28 July. History was made in Trinidad and Tobago with our first Pride parade. Since that day, I’ve been processing the experience. The feeling of joyfully roaming the streets of the city where I was born and grew up, the …
August 13, 2018
Centring LGBT in Jamaica's future
Two months ago Jamaica Forum for Lesbians, All-Sexuals and Gays (J-FLAG) hosted the 6th Larry Chang Symposium under the theme 'Centring LGBT People in Jamaica's Future', which brought to the fore the economic, social and cultural rights of LGBT Jamaicans and how we can utilise this as the driving force of our social and economic justice efforts going forward.
July 27, 2018
Cuba's new constitution paves way for same-sex marriage
National assembly signs off on document defining marriage as ‘consensual union of two people, regardless of gender’
July 23, 2018

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