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While Pride in Argentina is typically celebrated every November, World Pride Day takes place on June 28 in honor of the anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall Riots, a series of spontaneous protests by New York City’s LGBTQ+ community following

In a move many deem long-overdue, on Monday, June 18th, the World Health Organization announced that it would officially no longer classify transgender people as mentally ill.  

The change, made public in the United Nations health agency’s 11th International Classification

After a full three days of work this week, it is thankfully time again to call it quits. With cooler temperatures rolling in, it’s starting to feel a bit more like autumn, and (dare we say it?) like winter is …

With the start of term in most public universities, and many corporate workers experiencing increased activity in the office, it’s clear that summer is now definitely over, and it doesn’t seem like Friday can come fast enough.

The good news …

As summer nights in Buenos Aires start to give the word ‘sticky’ a whole new meaning, we’re betting that the beach — or your neighbor’s rooftop pool — is looking more and more attractive by the minute. For those of …

Buenos Aires LGBTQ Pride – or Gay Pride, for SEO purposes – is set to take place this weekend in the city as spring deepens in the Southern Hemisphere and nature blooms and strews the streets with flowers. The main …

Pride weekend is nearly upon us in Buenos Aires — and if you’re lucky enough to be living or staying in the most LGBTQ-friendly city in Latin America, you know what that means! Quit trying to nab a Netflix and …

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 …

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.…

Raúl Damonte Botana worked under the pen name Copi – short for copito de nieve or snowflake – is rightfully regarded as one of Argentina’s most impactful creative minds.

Born in Buenos Aires to a radical father whose critique of …