A lesbian couple embarks on the battle to get marriage equality in Peru.
What's happening is amazing! Indeed, a historic decision has taken place. It could disrupt LGBT rights issues across South America and the Caribbean.
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.
Another disappointment for the LGBT community. The Committee on Justice and Human Rights of the Congress of Peru refused to adopt a recognition of same-sex unions.
Which is the relationship between the Peruvian author Mario Vargas Lllosa, who became the Nobel Prize of literature in 2010, and Jimena Espinoza, who became the 2014 Miss Peru Universe?
Well, both showed their support for a bill which would legalize the civil unions for the same-sex couples and would leave back the “barbarism of homophobia”.
A big rally was organized in Peru to show the support for a bill which would allow the civil unions for the same-sex couples.
The ministry for justice of Peru approved a bill which would legalize civil unions between same-sex people.
The international association of gays and lesbians (ILGA) gained the accreditation of the United Nations.