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In contrast to the triumphant blend of hedonism and political activism flooding social and new media outlets as the Northern Hemisphere celebrates pride, a more somber public plea for visibility is set to take place in Buenos Aires – the …

After months of seemingly habitual acts of violence and hate coming from the seaside resort town of Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires Province, three people with alleged ties to neo-Nazi and fascist groups were arrested yesterday. Among them is the …

The LGBTQ community in Argentina, and the region at large continues to mourn the loss of one of its most vocal and compassionate leaders. Lohana Berkins, founding president of The Association for the Fight for Travesti and Transexual Identity (ALITT) …

bazan25,297,650 of us voted on November 22nd for 25,297,650 different reasons. It’s impossible to know what motivated each voter to cast their vote the way they did. It’s impossible to know if it was hope that motivated us, if it

bazan25,297,650 of us voted on November 22nd for 25,297,650 different reasons. It’s impossible to know what motivated each voter to cast their vote the way they did. It’s impossible to know if it was hope that motivated us, if it

The body of Diana Sacayán, president of the International Association of Lesbians, Gays and Bisexual (ILGA) and member of the Anti-Discrimination Liberation Movement (MAL), was discovered by an apartment building caretaker this afternoon.

Sacayán is also remembered for receiving her …

According to a 2015 study on social inclusion in North and South America, Argentina ranked as the third most inclusive country behind Uruguay and the US, sliding down from its 2014 spot as the second most inclusive nation.

For the …

Blaming a victim of sexual abuse is disgusting, it’s abhorrent, but novel? No. Short skirts, returning an inappropriate gaze, or not fighting back with quite enough “conviction” have all played suit to the legal justification for acts rape and abuse.…

Buenos Aires made history last week by being the first provincial government in Latin America to grant triple custody to a lesbian couple and a biological father in Mar del Plata.

The province authorized the disposition of the provincial registry …

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