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Same-sex marriage now legal in 30 countries

In Latin America six countries allow same-sex marriages: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Uruguay and Costa Rica.

U.S. Embassy in Costa Rica raises pride flag

The U.S. Embassy in Costa Rica has raised a rainbow flag in commemoration of Pride Month.

Grindr Under Fire: There Are Better Gay-Friendly Dating Apps

Grindr is probably the world’s best-known social networking app for LGBTI people. It’s a global success story born from a simple idea – connecting...

With 32 years of experience, Costa Rica Deluxe Vacations offers luxury experiences for visitors

Costa Rica — and Costa Rica alone — is their business. 

Photos: Pride 2019 in San José, Costa Rica

Tens of thousands of people participated in Marcha de la Diversidad on Sunday afternoon throughout San José.

Tens of thousands celebrate Pride 2019 in Costa Rica

San José — Tens of thousands of people took to the streets Sunday afternoon to celebrate Costa Rica’s 10th annual Pride Parade. Among the participants...

Gay rights across the globe: from marriage to the death penalty

Taiwan on Friday joined nearly 30 mostly Western countries to legalize same-sex marriage.

An afternoon with Frida Cartas

“No trans woman is privileged," she said. "We all suffer abuse in different ways. No one’s suffering is more or less valid."

‘Clerical error’ allows for same-sex couple to be wed in Costa Rica

The two women were able to get married thanks to a registration error, in which Elizondo had mistakenly been listed on her birth records as a man.

Government signs decrees improving LGBTQ rights in Costa Rica

President Carlos Alvarado said via his Twitter that "we are building a more just and egalitarian Costa Rica for all people."

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