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News from within the borders of Mexico and the fight for LGBT equality there. Although attitudes and laws about LGBT persons vary across the country, Mexico has seen widespread progress in LGBT rights, particularly in urban areas like Mexico City where same-sex marriage was legalized in 2010. Same-sex marriages have also occurred in Chihuahua, Colima, Oaxaca, Yucatan, and Quintana Roo. In 2001, Mexico added an amendment to its federal constitution that prohibited discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.

Testosterone Shortage Puts Trans Men at Risk

As low-cost testosterone disappears from shelves in Mexico, those who rely on the drug, like transgender men, grow increasingly desperate.

Woman Assaults Hugging Gay Couple With Holy Water

The two men were minding their business when suddenly an unidentified woman began spraying them with water and complaining of their immorality.

Marriage Equality Now Legal Across All of Mexico

As of Wednesday, regardless of where one lives in Mexico, all couples have the right to be married regardless of sexual orientation.

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Hundreds Marry in Mass LGBTQ+ Wedding in Mexico City

Marriage equality has become the law in 26 of Mexico's 32 states since Mexico City implemented it in 2010.

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‘Findlandia’ Is a Sumptuous Takedown of Gender and Appropriation

Muxe culture takes center stage in this tale of love, identity, and embroidery.

Woman and Man Charged in Killing of Queer Couple in Mexico

The couple's remains were found in trash bags. The women had been tortured and shot, according to authorities. 

Queer Texas Couple Found Tortured, Shot, and Dismembered in Mexico

Nohemi Medina Martinez and Yulizsa Ramirez were 28 years old. Local authorities found another two women tortured and shot on Monday. 

Kiss-A-Thon Held at Six Flags Mexico After Queer Couple Reprimanded

"At least 10 [straight] couples in the same area were kissing but they were not singled out or intimidated."