The first gay couple to get married in Yucatan will make history again with the state’s first same-sex divorce.
The 2017 annual LGBT-pride parade was roughly twice as large — and just as colorful — as last year’s.
Everyone is welcome to gather at Parque Mejorada to support LGBTQ visibility and rights.
Mexico’s Supreme Court on Wednesday will reportedly decide whether it will force Yucatán to extend equal marriage rights to same-sex couples.
The municipal jail was the scene of a wedding between two of its occupants yesterday.
The mayor has banned electronic music events like the one that ended tragically at the Blue Parrot, but a huge gay-and-lesbian festival is mum on its February plans.
Mexico’s Supreme Court upheld same-sex marriage but stopped short of awarding damages to gay and lesbian plaintiffs.
Organizers against same-sex marriage are marching down the Paseo de Montejo today, unfairly manipulating public discourse on the subject, say a group of “heteroaliados.”
Mérida’s cultural director Irving Berlín is reportedly out of a job after posting an insensitive comment about the late superstar Juan Gabriel.
To counter the Sept. 10 march protesting same-sex marriage, demonstrators will reply with a non-verbal message of their own.