Wave of Homo-Transphobic Aggression Shakes the LGBTI Community in Chile

By César González “Brenda was killed brutally. I want justice for her, let it be known who killed her in

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Indian Women March Against Modi Admin’s Hate Politics (Images)

India witnessed its first women’s march Thursday where ciswomen, non-binary, and transwomen took to the streets in 20 states all

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Texas Republicans Advance a Bill That Would Allow Doctors to Refuse LGBTQ Patients

26/Mar/2019.- A bill that would allow state-licensed professionals to refuse to serve LGBTQ people if they cite their religion has

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Brunei to Stone Those Convicted of Homosexual Sex to Death

Due to public outcry, Brunei delayed implementing the penal code’s final stages but has now revealed plans to begin next

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Why Women Defend Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution

Since Hugo Chavez’s electoral victory in 1998, Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution has commenced a radical change in the economic, civic, and

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Chelsea Manning Jailed for Not Testifying Against WikiLeaks

Manning was jailed in contempt of court after refusing to answer questions as part of a secret grand jury investigating Wikileaks and its founder Julian Assange.  Wikileaks whistleblower, Chelsea Manning, was jailed Friday after refusing to testify

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Chilean Transgender Athlete Fights To Break Barriers

“I am determined to be the first trans athlete in the country,” Ignacia Livingstone said. “I want to be the

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‘We Are Equal’: Trans Woman Running For Prime Minister of Thailand

Pauline Ngarmpring, well known in Thailand’s soccer sphere, now wants to become the country’s first transgender prime minister. Ngarmpring is

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Brazil’s sole openly gay congressman leaves country after death threats

Jean Wyllys said he was currently outside of the country and had no plans to return after a growing number

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Villegas in the Act of Reparation to Reveron: “Those who Hate will be Defeated not With More Hatred, but With More Art, Culture and Love”

As part of the campaign “Venezuela and its Culture are Respected,” a recognition to the Venezuelan painter and artist, Armando

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* “Whoever falls”

By Eleazar Díaz Rangel.- The problem is old, it comes from much earlier. In times of representative democracy [before Chavez]

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Bolsonaro Excludes LGBTI Community From Human Rights Policies Less Than 24 Hours Into His Presidency

Living up to his homophobic reputation, Bolsonaro took away guidelines protecting LGBTI community in Brazil within 24 hours of his presidency.  Brazil’s new far-right President Jair Bolsonaro signed

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Cuban Lawmakers Approve Revised Draft of New Constitution

Cuban lawmakers approved the revised draft of its new Constitution after it incorporated people’s views and suggestions. Cuban lawmakers Saturday unanimously approved a revised draft of the new

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Japan urged to scrap law forcing transgender people to be sterilised before they can transition

The Japanese Government is being urged to end a rule requiring transgender people to undergo sterilisation to legally change gender. People who

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Ten alternatives to enjoy Caracas this weekend

There is a wide cultural menu that this weekend is available for people from Caracas, with activities that go through

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