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Argentina’s November pride celebrations (check out these awesome photos from last year’s march) may still be a long way off, but the LGBTQ+ community of Buenos Aires doesn’t limit celebration and pride to an official month. This June, Buenos Aires …

One of the God-knows-how-many reasons why Buenos Aires is such an awesome city is that it’s a cinephile’s dream. Besides the annual dependable offerings such as BAFICI and genre darling Buenos Aires Rojo Sangre, the city seems to dish …

It has been ten years since the first edition of the International Queer Tango Festival kicked off in Buenos Aires. In 2006, when the festival was first pioneered by Mariana Docampo and Augusto Balizano, marriage equality in Argentina was still …

Tango Queer is not quite as I remember it. Yes, it’s still in San Telmo – where it’s been for the past eleven years – but there’s a raised platform in the middle of the room where an open dance …

While much of the world basked in the peaceful and characteristically vibrant celebrations that marked Pride 2016, there can be no denying that this has been a turbulent year for LGBTQ communities; and nowhere more so than in the Americas.…

Despite the US Department of Commerce’s pessimistic forecasting, Argentina is leading the region both in numbers and in revenue when it comes to LGBT tourism at an international level.

The Argentine Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (Cámara

It’s been quite the week for LGBT rights in Latin America. The news coming out of Colombia with the official passing of marriage equality is a clear sign of continued progress in the region, despite being in the throes of …

In addition to being aptly named, World AIDS day serves as a good excuse to actually do something and help fight for a healthier and less stigmatized world to live in. One of the best ways of taking action today

Two young men, the victims of an egregious hate crime, are said to be stabilizing after being hunted down and beaten by a group of self-identified neonazis on Saturday afternoon in the coastal resort town of Mar del Plata. …

Things are about to get much much gayer in Buenos Aires. Yes, it is that blessed time of year when all the people behind alphabet soup acronymed LGBTQ community get together to march from the Casa Rosada to the Congreso