As expected, President of Chile Michelle Bachelet is pushing to legalize marriage equality.
In Uruguay, a new bill could pay compensation to transgender citizens for past persecution.
The fight began in the Guyana's capital, Georgetown, following an attack sudden by a trans woman named Petronella Trotman.
The head of the government of Buenos Aires, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, inaugurated the first LGBTQ subway station.
Several Guatemalan congressmen from different political parties are preparing an initiative 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.
Pope Francis comes to support the campaign against the Mexican government's desire to legalize marriage equality in the country.
In response to the protests of equal marriage opponents, supporters of LGBTQ rights marched around the Metropolitan Cathedral in Mexico City with banners saying "I respect your family, respect mine."
Puerto Rico, which approved the equal marriage a year ago, has unveiled its first LGBTQ monument which also honors the victims of Orlando since part of them was Puerto Rican.
While the Mexican Council of the Family is trying to gather the necessary number of signatures to try to change the definition of marriage in the constitution of Mexico and while a new poll shows that equal marriage is now supported by 69% of the Mexican people, the government prepares to debate legalizing marriage for same-sex couples across the country.