Which are the most LGBT-friendly countries in 2019? And which are the worst? The 2019 Gay Travel Index is out and shows Canada, Portugal, and Sweden are the best, far ahead of other countries like the United States.
Chile has adopted a new gender identity law that will allow trans people to easily change their name and gender in their official documents.
What's happening is amazing! Indeed, a historic decision has taken place. It could disrupt LGBT rights issues across South America and the Caribbean.
As expected, President of Chile Michelle Bachelet is pushing to legalize marriage equality.
Chilean President Michelle Bachelet, who promised in her campaign that if elected she would push to legalize marriage equality in her country, holds her promise since she announced before the United Nations General Assembly panel on LGBT rights she intends to introduce to Congress an equal marriage bill in the first half of 2017.
Same-sex couples access to the recognition of their unions in Chile! The law granting civil unions to same-sex couples came into force.
The College of Psychologists and WHO (World Health Organization) rejects the «ex-gay cures» in Chile.
Chile has long been regarded as the most conservative countries in South America, yet President Michelle Bachelet signed a law allowing civil unions for same-sex couples.
Chile could be on track to legalize equal marriage!
The Chilean Senate has approved the bill Life Partner that allows same-sex couples to have a marital status.