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Argentine baby’s 3 parents ‘very proud’ of legal first

An Argentine toddler is the first in that country to legally have two mommies and a daddy. Antonio's lesbian mothers, Susana Guichal and Valeria Gaete, and sperm-donor father, Hernan Melazzi, are all named on the child's birth certificate.

Costa Rica government to prioritize bill legalizing gay civil unions

Marco Castillo, president of the LGBT advocacy group Diversity Movement, said the bills would be a step forward for LGBT rights in Costa Rica, even if full marriage was not on the table.

Costa Rica outscores US in 2014 Social Inclusion Index

Costa Rica ranks near the top of a just-released annual index that scores 17 Latin American countries plus the United States on civil rights, access to markets, political participation, education spending and other criteria. Guatemala ranks dead last – again.

PHOTOS: Costa Rica waves its rainbow flag

An historic World Cup football win wasn't the only thing people in San José were celebrating Sunday. Hours before the big game, more than 10,000 supporters of the lesbian, gay and transgender movement marched down Paseo Colón for the annual Diversity March.

San José prepares for annual LGBT pride parade

Rainbow flags will fly as lesbian, gay bisexual and transgender folk and their allies march down the Paseo Colón for San José’s annual pride parade, starting 10 a.m. Sunday.

Hopscotching down the aisle: 2 steps forward and 1 shove to the right on same-sex civil unions

For the second time in a month, Citizen Action Party (PAC) members of the Legislative Assembly seem ready to trade away the interests of LGBT Costa Ricans in order to secure votes for something they more desire.

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