Archive for December, 2009
  • 2 Argentine men wed in Latin America’s first gay marriage
    Posted December 29th, 2009 at 2:00 am
    Well miracles do happen after all.  You go Argentina: USA TODAY:     2 Argentine men wed in Latin America's first gay marriage Two men have wed in Argentina, the first gay marriage in Latin America. Alex Freyre and José María di Bello tied the knot in a private ceremony at the registry office in Ushuaia after the governor of Tierra del Fuego issued a special decree. They tried to marry Dec. 1, World AIDS Day, but were blocked because the country's civil code does not allow people of t...
  • Death of Honduran gay activist illustrates spike in hate crimes
    Posted December 27th, 2009 at 4:18 pm
    HONDURAS Death of Honduran gay activist illustrates spike in hate crimes The recent killing of gay activist Walter Tróchez in Honduras shows a troubling increase in hate crimes in the past six months in the Central American nation that has been marred by a political crisis. BY FRANCES ROBLES Miami Herald Walter Tróchez spent a lot time at Honduras police stations and morgues: he was the HIV-positive gay activist who got the call every time a transg...
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    Posted December 25th, 2009 at 5:26 pm
    Though this had noting to do with GLBT Latinos, I thought it was important to add it here. Santo Gay ------------------- Supreme Court tries to ensure rights of transvestites Pakistan's transvestites to get separate gender Hijras are both feared and pitied in Pakistan (File) ISLAMABAD (Reuters)Pakistan's Supreme Court ordered authorities on Wednesday to allow transvestites and eunuchs to identify themselves as a distinct gender as part of a move to ensure their rights...
  • GLBT leaders push for gay marriage in Tamaulipas
    Posted December 24th, 2009 at 5:19 pm
    GLBT leaders push for gay marriage in Tamaulipas: A group of gay and lesbian activists are pushing for a gay marriage bill just south of the border from the Rio Grande Valley. Gay marriage was just approved in Mexico City earlier this week. Action 4 News media partner Hora Cero is reporting that GLBT leaders in Tamaulipas are now using it as a momentum to push for the same in their state. Oscar Medina-Montelongo told Hora Cero that he and other activists are asking state ...
  • Mexico City’s Revolutionary First: Gay Marriage
    Posted December 24th, 2009 at 5:14 pm
    Mexico City's Revolutionary First: Gay Marriage By Ioan Grillo / Mexico City Thursday, Dec. 24, 2009  Time Magazine As the final vote count of the city assembly was announced — 39 in favor to 20 against — the crowd of gay and lesbian activists in Mexico City exploded into cheers, hugs and kisses. With a resounding majority, the Mexican capital had become the first city in Latin America to allow same-sex couples to marry and to have the same rights as heterosexual unions. A separ...
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