What's happening is amazing! Indeed, a historic decision has taken place. It could disrupt LGBT rights issues across South America and the Caribbean.
Know that in the airport of Cartagena, there is now a gender-neutral bathroom.
Yesterday, Colombia's constitutional court voted in favor of marriage for same-sex couples.
In Colombia, a highly conservative country, the Supreme Court has allowed civil unions for LGBT couples, giving them access to many benefits previously reserved for married couples, particularly on pensions, health benefits and inheritance.
While last week it was discovered that two lesbian ministers in the Colombian government are dating, Colombia has also taken a major step for LGBT rights since the adoption of a child by the partner of the biological parent was given to same-sex couples!
Colombia's Minister of Commerce, Industry and Tourism has talked about her relationship with the Minister of Education in an interview with a radio.
After the presidential elections are over in Colombia, it is hoped that President Juan Manuel Santos, elected to a second term with 50.9% of votes, will continue to support equal marriage.
For the first time in Colombia and even in all South America, a lesbian was elected to the Congress.