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Cuba's LGBT community pins its hopes on new president
Cuba's LGBT community pins its hopes on new president.
May 18, 2018
OUTBermuda and Allies Fight for Marriage Equality
OUTBermuda, along with another plaintiff, Maryellen Jackson, have submitted an Originating Summons to the Supreme Court of Bermuda for that court to issue an order declaring that Section 53 of the Domestic Partnership Act 2017 and all other provisions in the act that deal with and give effect to that provision or have the effect of revoking same-sex marriage or making same-sex marriages void, are ...
April 03, 2018
She’s Famous, From Barbados, and an LGBT Ally
“Why are we homophobic in Barbados and other countries in the Eastern Caribbean?” a popular host of a morning television show in Barbados asked me. I was on the island – and his show – to talk about a new Human Rights Watch report about discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Barbados and six other Eastern Caribbean countries...
March 24, 2018
Cayman Islands Governor calls on British territory to address gay rights
Days before Cayman Islands Governor Helen Kilpatrick departs after her 4½-year tour of duty here, she has called on the local government to address the lack of recognition of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights.
March 02, 2018
Drag Kings Get Their Due in Puerto Rico's Burgeoning Queer Movement
Meet key players in the island's LGTBQIA+ community.
February 22, 2018
The Elton John AIDS Foundation Awards Almost $1.6 Million to Programs Advancing the Health and Human Rights of People Affected by HIV/AIDS
26 organizations across the U.S., the Americas, and the Caribbean will receive support to address the epidemic through advocacy and wide-ranging services
January 18, 2018
Cuba jailed LGBT people in their thousands under Fidel Castro. Things are very different now
The Malecon, a historic esplanade stretching along Havana’s coast, comes alive at sunset. The whole city comes together to chat, drink and listen to music, as Soviet-era Ladas and Chevrolets rattle past, ferrying tourists from one side of the city to the other. Along the boulevard, constructed in the 1900s for affluent middle-classes, a same-sex couple steal a kiss. A trans woman sits o...
January 04, 2018
Pride Travel Does Curacao Pride
Drew Lewis from Pride Travel recently attended Curacao Pride and this is his report: Curacao as an island that is home to a diverse population of people who speak a diverse number of languages. As a part of the Lesser Netherland Antilles, residents of the island not only speak Dutch, but Portuguese as well as Papiamento and …
November 16, 2017
Trinidad and Tobago: A nation in the closet
An independent reporter from Cuba who works with the Institute for War and Peace Reporting profiles the LGBTI community in Trinidad and Tobago.
September 26, 2017
Haiti’s LGBT Rights Groups Find Their Feet Amid a Rising Tide of Animosity
Haiti’s LGBT community has long been marginalized, but in recent years it has come under an unprecedented wave of assault. In an email interview, Amber Lynn Munger explains what this new environment looks like, including new laws to restrict LGBT rights, and how activists are finding ways to fight back.
September 13, 2017
How a film about Carnival captures the struggles and triumphs of LGBT Trinidadians
In Play the Devil, I saw aspects of my own inner conflict on the road to acceptance of my sexuality A report by Natasha Barsotti for Xtra.   With bittersweetness, I watched Play the Devil lay out familiar panels of my birth island’s social, cultural and physical landscape. Director Maria Govan’s nuanced 90-minute narrative provides a glimpse of…
August 15, 2017
Puerto Rico governor creates island's 1st LGBT advisory body
Puerto Rico's governor has created the island's first government advisory board to champion LGBT issues and protect the rights of that community. Gov. Ricardo Rossello said Wednesday that he's striving to make the U.S. territory more diverse and inclusive. He is leader of a party known for being socially conservative.
July 09, 2017
The LGBT artists making music where it’s dangerous to be gay
Rainbow Riots, an album of artists from Uganda, Jamaica and more, highlights the grass roots movements in areas rife with anti-LGBTQ rhetoric and violence
June 28, 2017
What It’s Like to Use Grindr in Havana
Young Cubans are doing something that the previous generation was afraid of because of its repercussions: being themselves.
June 22, 2017
Cuba then and now: LGBT progress is real
It was 20 years ago when I first reported on the state of LGBT life in Cuba, and the differences between then and now could not be more apparent.
June 06, 2017

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