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Entries with Keyword “gay marriage”

Argentina is a veritable pioneer for LGBTQIA+ rights, becoming the first country in Latin America to legalize same-sex marriage in 2010 and, more recently, passing gender identity laws in 2012 that allow citizens to change their gender without barriers of …

At the beginning of 2018, Jesus and John had a big decision to make. They had met through a dating app and had been together for over two years; it’s one of those endearing stories about love overcoming all sorts …

The French Alliance of Buenos Aires is starting its cycle of Spanish subtitled French cinema “Martes de Ficción” from April to December, one Tuesday each month at 7.30PM, where a selection of recently released films (never before screened in Argentina)

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 …

While we were all busy complaining about inflation and political instability, along came Alexander Eremeev and Demitri Zaytsev to remind us that there are still things worth celebrating in Argentina — LGBT rights and a general tolerance of alternative lifestyles …

Known on this side of the Andes as that svelte piece of land where Shopping is cheap and abundant (they have an H&M store for chrissake!) and where university students passionately display tumultuous revolts against the education system, Chile is

Proving that he is the coolest president in South America (a feat already achieved in eyes of anti-Kirchner crowd with this statement) José Mujica signed off on legislation the legalized same-sex in Uruguay back in May, but this stroke …