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Jimmy Morales

 

 

Guatemala is in the process of electing democratically a new president this time after several political crises linked to corruption. But, Jimmy Morales, who is now the winner of this election, even though it has yet to be a second round, already strongly opposed to LGBT rights.

chile

 

The College of Psychologists and WHO (World Health Organization) rejects the «ex-gay cures» in Chile.

mexico

 

Like in the United States, LGBT couples and their lawyers have challenged equal marriage bans first in their states before their cases are sent to the Supreme Court of Mexico which has just recognized them as unconstitutional. This decision had the effect of legalizing marriage equality in the country!

argentina

 

 

 

In Argentina, all hormonal treatments and surgical sex reassignment operations are now free for trangender people.

argentina three parents

 

 

In Buenos Aires, Argentina, three parents had the right to be listed on the birth certificate of their son.

Sinaloa

 

 

 

In the Mexican state of Sinaloa, the Supreme Court has just declared the ban on same-sex marriage as «totally unjustified".

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.

rio-de-janeiro

 

 

Although Brazil has not legalized marriage equality, 160 couples were married this Sunday in Rio de Janeiro.

Chile

 

 

The Chilean Senate has approved the bill Life Partner that allows same-sex couples to have a marital status.

venezuela

 

 

Today, over forty nongovernmental service organizations defending the rights of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people handed a bill for marriage equality before the Parliament of Venezuela with the support of more than 20,000 signatures.

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