The U.S. Supreme Court’s conservative majority seemed to signal Dec. 5 that it is prepared to allow certain business owners to violate state laws prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation in public accommodations.
(WB) A gunshot to the back on April 24 cost Zashy Zuley del Cid her life.
This week read about an LGBT haven facing pressure from Communist leaders, and the Biden administration promising to end a flawed asylum agreement with El Salvador.
This week read about Ju’Zema Goldring receiving $1.5M after being in jail on false drug charges in Georgia, and a man pleading guilty to threatening a Pride March in New York.
El Salvador disregards a deadline that would stop discrimination against trans people, and the Mideast government moves to target LGBT people online.
(WB) A groundbreaking El Salvador National Assembly candidate hopes to make history as the first openly gay man elected to the country’s legislative body.
In 2016, I made my man cry. I’m white. He’s black. We were at a party of almost all-white, almost all-gay, almost all-men.
(WB) LGBT youth in El Salvador frequently face violence in their families and communities, and this abuse often happens with impunity.
(WB) A new anti-transgender hate crime was reported in the country on the night of Feb. 18, but the National Civil Police (NCP) described it as the murder of two men who were wearing women’s clothes in the center of San Luis Talpa in the La Paz Department.
(WB) A 29-year-old transgender woman from El Salvador who fled to Guatemala was murdered on Aug. 1.
The girl who sits right behind you at school is really nice. She shares her things if you ask nicely, and she likes to make you laugh.