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.
In Puerto Rico, a judge decided to uphold the marriage equality ban despite the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in June.
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.
Sandra Moran then enters the Guatemalan Congress and became the first openly gay member to join.
Transgender people of Bolivia will soon be able to officially change their identity (name, sex and gender).
The Supreme Court of Mexico has just taken a step towards equality for all again by repealing the law which prohibited marriage equality in the state of Jalisco.
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 government of Puerto Rico will change the rules in terms of clothing in schools and will allow students to wear pants or skirts as they please, regardless of their gender.
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.