Thursday, March 21, 2019
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Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay have legalised same-sex marriage. What explains the advance of gay rights in Latin America, and how far will they spread? Video: The Economist, Oct 2015
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British actor, writer, comedian and gay rights activist interviews Brazilian Congressman Jair Bolsonaro in 2014 to try to find out why he opposes legislation against homophobic violence. As Fry says, in conclusion, 'that must rank as one of the strangest and most chilling encounters I have ever experienced'.
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A round-up from May 2015 of the legal position in different Latin American countries and in the US. Video: Global Journalist
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Edgardo Fernández Sesma y Esteban Mioni dance, alternating and mixing up roles without changing their hold. They are dancing a typicallly Milonguero tango ("Farewell Buenos Aires" by Sciamarella-Torres Ríos, and the Orquesta Víctor-Angel Vargas, 1938) - Performed at the closing night of the "IX BUENOS AIRES INTERNATIONAL QUEER TANGO FESTIVAL" in the beautiful art-nouveau "Unione...
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Marielle Franco, Brazilian LGBT and human rights activist, was killed in March 2018. Her widow, Monica Benicio, continued her fight for better treatment of the poor, the LGBT community and black Brazilians. Her murder has still not been solved and as the police investigation drifts, Monica is a plunged into a new crisis...
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In 2016, when he was still just a Congressman, Jair Bolsonaro was interviewed by US actor Ellen Page (star of Juno). Bolsonaro says he has nothing against her, because she is very pretty. If he were a military cadet, he would whistle at her in the street. When he was young there...

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