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Latin America Featured Content
Costa Rica passes decrees boosting LGBT rights
Costa Rica's President Carlos Alvarado on Friday signed a number of decrees and norms granting various rights to the LGBT community. Earlier this year, the government recognized the gender identity of Costa Rican transsexuals. "We are recognizing that there are some rights
December 22, 2018
HRC and Fundación Iguales Launch LGBT Workplace Survey in Chile
The Equidad CL program is modeled after HRC Foundation’s groundbreaking effort in Mexico
August 25, 2018
HRC Promotes Workplace Inclusion at LGBT Argentina Summit
Corporate partners join HRC during 11th annual GNETWORK 360 gathering
August 22, 2018
Costa Rica Supreme Court Orders End to Gay Marriage Ban
Costa Rica will join numerous other Latin American nations and countries around the world who have legalized same-sex unions.
August 12, 2018
‘They Were Abusing Us the Whole Way’: A Tough Path for Gay and Trans Migrants
As they seek refuge from violence at home, L.G.B.T. migrants from Central America often encounter discrimination and exploitation.
July 12, 2018
Growing up Gay in Chile
The challenges of growing up gay in different countries…. Image supplied by Francisco In my series of interviews on how gay guys grew up all over the world, I chatted with Francisco, a 29 year old...
June 29, 2018
After Signs of Progress, Paraguay Turns Its Back on LGBT Rights
As South America becomes more liberal, this landlocked nation is in reverse. 
June 28, 2018
Despite it's Catholic roots, Latin America has become an unlikely leader in LGBT rights
In 2010, Argentina became the first Latin American country to legalize same-sex marriage, largely due to the work of LGBT activists like Esteban Paulon. Paulon, who didn’t have a partner at the time, saw this movement as a political struggle, rather than a personal one. “I fought for the law without knowing if
June 07, 2018
Ecuador: LGBT Community Rejoices Court Recognizing Gay Couple as Family
Satya Amani Bicknell Rothon will soon be registered with the last names of the two mothers as a couple, Helen Bicknell and Nicola Rothon.
May 31, 2018
‘God Made You This Way,’ Pope Is Said to Have Told Gay Man
A Chilean survivor of sexual abuse said that during his private meeting with Pope Francis, the pontiff embraced him for who he was.
May 22, 2018
Colombia LGBT: The shop that wants men to 'leave behind shyness'
The shop in Bogotá that offers men wanting to dress in women's clothes a safe haven.
May 20, 2018
Don’t Cry for Me Argentina! Performing Arts Streaming Service Cennarium Brings Theatrical Productions Online
Five performances filmed live in Buenos Aires showcase Argentinian performers, writers, musicians, choreographers and other talent.
May 02, 2018
Costa Rica center-left easily wins presidency in vote fought on gay rights
The center-left's Carlos Alvarado Quesada decisively defeated a conservative Protestant singer in Costa Rica's presidential runoff election on Sunday by promising to allow gay marriage, protecting the country's reputation for tolerance.
April 02, 2018
Costa Rica Election Hinges on Gay Rights
A former evangelical preacher has seized on the issue of gay rights to gain a lead in the presidential race in Costa Rica, upending politics in a country that has long been exceptional for its stability in a tumultuous region.
March 31, 2018
9 Reasons To Visit Peru
Do you fancy somewhere a little different for your next vacation? Well, what about Peru? Our friends at Llama Trip can organise your whole itinerary, from accommodation to excursions. We’ve never been to Peru, so we asked them what are their nine best reasons why we should visit, and here’s what they had to say… …
March 22, 2018
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Gay man elected to Colombia congress
Entrepreneur Mauricio Toro on March 11 became the first openly gay man elected to the Colombia congress when he won his race.
March 16, 2018
Oscar front-runner 'Fantastic Woman' tells an illuminating transgender story
The Spanish-language movie — nominated for the best-foreign-language film Academy Award — is a hypnotic, heart-rending meditation on grief and otherness, following a young transgender waitress named Marina (trans actress Daniela Vega) who attempts to pick up the pieces of her shattered life after the sudden death of her much older partner, Orlando (Francisco Reyes). But her mourning is...
February 01, 2018
Gay-Marriage Clash Throws Costa Rica Presidential Race Wide Open
Many religious Costa Ricans were incensed by a ruling this month in favor of gay marriage, which the government said it would implement.
February 01, 2018
Latin America Accepts Its LGBT Community – But There's a Serious Catch
Latin Americans say they embrace LGBT rights, yet violence toward the community seems to suggest otherwise.
January 23, 2018

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