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Telenovela Featuring Gay Couple as Lead Characters is Historic First for Mexican TV: WATCH

Juntos, El Corazon Nunca se Equivoca, (Together, the Heart is Never Wrong), a Mexican telenovela (soap opera), made history this week as the first to feature a gay couple as lead characters, Reuters reports. The soap is a spin-off of another massively-popular telenovela, Mi Marido Tiene Mas Familia, on which the characters, Aristoteles (Emilio Osorio) and Temo (Joaquin Bondoni), first appeared. In the new show they move to Mexico City to attend a university. Check out the trailer below. The post Telenovela Featuring Gay Couple as Lead Characters is Historic...
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LGBTQ World News Digest: 20 International Stories You Need to Know About

KENYA. High court upholds law making gay sex illegal: ‘Same-sex relations have been banned since the British colonized Kenya in the late 19th century. Kenya’s penal code criminalizes “carnal knowledge against the order of nature.” Anyone found engaging in same-sex relationships could face up to 14 years in prison.The Kenyan High Court declined to decriminalize same-sex relations. The decision was a setback to the LGBTQI moment in Africa, where same-sex relationships are largely seen as taboo.’ ALSO: First Gay Couple Marries in Taiwan as Marriage Equality Comes to Asia: WATCH...
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Mexican Entertainment Icon Vicente Fernández Refused Liver Transplant Over Fears Donor Was Gay

Mexican entertainment icon Vicente Fernández is making headlines after remarks that he refused a liver transplant because he was afraid the donor might be gay or an addict. News 4 San Antonio reports: ‘During a Spanish-language interview with De Primera Mano … he says he was on tour in Houston when doctors found a cancer tumor. Doctors suggested a liver transplant, but Fernandez refused. “I’m not going to sleep next to my wife with a liver from another guy,” he says. “I don’t know if he is a homosexual or...
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Mexico’s Supreme Court grants new birth certificate to transgender citizen

Mexico’s highest court has intervened in the case of a transgender person denied a legal transition by state officials. The Supreme Court asked the state of Jalisco to issue a new birth certificate to reflect the correct gender and name of the trans citizen. “As the Supreme Court has argued in other cases, everyone has the right to define their own sexual and gender identity and it is the state’s responsibility to guarantee this decision, which is reflected in the different documents, mainly in the birth certificate,” the court said...
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