The year started badly for LGBTQ people in Brazil. January 1, 2019 marked the beginning of Jair Bolsonaro’s presidential mandate, who removed LGBTQ concerns from the Ministry of Human Rights.
Just as after Americans elected President Donald Trump, the Brazilian LGBT community is determined to resist against its new president, Jair Bolsonaro, under the slogan “Ele Nao E Meu Presidente” (“He is not my president”).
What's happening is amazing! Indeed, a historic decision has taken place. It could disrupt LGBT rights issues across South America and the Caribbean.
This is very bad news from Brazil. The resolution passed several years ago that prohibited "gay cure therapies" by psychologists was repealed.
Contacted by the team of "Red" for the release of the first season, we then shared our growing interest for this first Brazilian lesbian series. Today, it is back for a third season still as sexy as previous ones.
The Olympics, which take place from August 5 to 21, 2016 in Rio, Brazil welcome 46 LGBTQI athletes and three coaches. This is a record. At the Olympic Games in London in 2012, 23 LGBT athletes were competing.
Yesterday, Colombia's constitutional court voted in favor of marriage for same-sex couples.
Out actress Ellen Page and her friend Ian Daniel went to meet the LGBTQ community around the world and shared their experiences in a series entitled "Gaycation" which is now available.
The Presbyterian churches of Brazil and Peru have decided to end their partnership with the Presbyterian Church of the United States after it changed its constitution to allow the celebration of marriages between same-sex couples.
After a great first season that had surprised us with its quality and the interest it had generated within the team, here is the second equally exciting season.