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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

In a historic ruling, Gabriel David Marino has been sentenced to life in prison for the 2015 murder of transgender activist Diana Sacayán. This sentencing marks the first time Argentina’s justice system invoked hate crime laws for trans victims.

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Update: The Exhibition has been extended until the the 17th of December, so you really do still have time to see ‘Transhispania’!


When you first walk into the Palais de Glace, and up the leopard-print stairs, you are met with …

Victoria Caram of Tucumán province brought home the title of Miss Congeniality from the 2016 Miss Trans International Competition that took place in Barcelona last week. The award of Miss Congeniality is decided upon between the judges and the participants.…

Described by Ciudad Cultural Konex as a delirious, bizarre and unbridled comedy, Porno Gaucho, which is on every Wednesday until February 24th, is more than just a cabaret show.

The stage — which is so close to the audience that …

This week, the Buenos Aires province Lower House preliminary approved a bill that orders that one percent of the province’s jobs in the public sector be awarded to people who identify themselves as either transgender or transexual.

The bill states …