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Bermuda Activists Rebuke Calls to Boycott Island

LGBT activists in Bermuda have rebuked calls to boycott the British island territory's tourism industry over a law that rescinds marriage rights for same-sex [...]

Bisexual Rio Councilwoman, Human Rights Activist Killed

RIO DE JANEIRO — Rio de Janeiro Councilwoman Marielle Franco was killed on March 14 at around 9:30 p.m. local time after attending and speaking at a black [...]

Pride House at the Winter Olympics

A South Korean LGBTI advocacy group is behind the Pride House at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. The Seoul-based Korean Sexual Minority Culture and [...]

Puerto Rico HIV/AIDS Groups Struggling to Recover from Maria

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — It was shortly after 4 p.m. on Jan. 30 when an employee of Bill's Kitchen, an organization that prepares meals for Puerto [...]

Marriage Opponent Wins First Round of Costa Rica Presidential Election

A vocal opponent of marriage rights for same-sex couples has won the first round of Costa Rica's presidential election. The New York Times reported Fabricio [...]

Panama Signals it will Comply with Landmark LGBT Rights Ruling

The government of Panama has signaled it plans to comply with a landmark Inter-American Court of Human Rights ruling that recognizes same-sex marriage and [...]

Pro-LGBT PR Firm Promotes Egyptian Government

A D.C.-based public relations firm that supports LGBT rights is promoting the Egyptian government in the U.S. Avi Asher-Schapiro of the Intercept — a website [...]

Bermuda Senate approves marriage repeal bill

The Bermuda Senate on Wednesday approved a bill that would rescind marriage rights for same-sex couples in the British island territory. The 8-3 vote took [...]

Puerto Rico Senate Approves Religious Freedom Bill

E3172 BY MICHAEL K. LAVERS, WASHINGTON BLADE The Puerto Rico Senate on Sunday approved a religious freedom bill that critics contend would allow anti-LGBT [...]

U.S. Blocks Removal of Discrimination Reference from UN Olympics Resolution

by Michael K. Lavers The U.S., France and Brazil have blocked Egyptian and Russian efforts to remove a gay-inclusive reference to discrimination from a U.N. [...]

Report: Panama Supreme Court Judge Rules Against Same-Sex Marriage

by Michael K. Lavers A justice on the Panama Supreme Court has reportedly issued a draft ruling against the plaintiffs in a same-sex marriage lawsuit. The [...]

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