Posts Tagged: LGBT rights

Torres-Ruiz, Antonio. “HIV/AIDS AND SEXUAL MINORITIES IN MEXICO: A Globalized Struggle for the Protection of Human Rights.” Latin American Research Review 46, no. 1 (2011): 30-53.

An activist holds a rainbow flag during a protest by the LGBT community against violence against transgenders outside Metropolitan Cathedral in Mexico City, Mexico, November 13, 2016. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido

Torres-Ruiz, Antonio. “HIV/AIDS AND SEXUAL MINORITIES IN MEXICO: A Globalized Struggle for the Protection of Human Rights.” Latin American Research Review 46, no. 1 (2011): 30-53.

An activist holds a rainbow flag during a protest by the LGBT community against violence against transgenders outside Metropolitan Cathedral in Mexico City, Mexico, November 13, 2016. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido

LGBT Rights in Latin America: Progress and Resistance

Samantha Aguilar, Cassandra Ginnis, Lukas Mcgregor In an effort to take the temperature of LGBTI rights in Latin America, we have undertaken a sociopolitical analysis of those areas in the region, which have been late in arriving to questions of

LGBT Rights in Latin America: Progress and Resistance

Samantha Aguilar, Cassandra Ginnis, Lukas Mcgregor In an effort to take the temperature of LGBTI rights in Latin America, we have undertaken a sociopolitical analysis of those areas in the region, which have been late in arriving to questions of

Annie Wilkinson, Annie. “Until You Change:.” NACLA. March 25, 2015. Accessed April 19, 2015. https://nacla.org/news/2015/03/25/until-you-change-“dehomosexualization”-ecuadorian-way.

The author talks about how the start to eliminating the harassment against the LGBT community in private clinics, is to start with societies homophobia. She gives an example, describing her interaction with one of the victims, Jorge, a transgender man

Annie Wilkinson, Annie. “Until You Change:.” NACLA. March 25, 2015. Accessed April 19, 2015. https://nacla.org/news/2015/03/25/until-you-change-“dehomosexualization”-ecuadorian-way.

The author talks about how the start to eliminating the harassment against the LGBT community in private clinics, is to start with societies homophobia. She gives an example, describing her interaction with one of the victims, Jorge, a transgender man