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Thousands feared at risk after Mexico reforms HIV+ regime

17 Apr 2019

MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Thousands of Mexicans living with HIV or at risk of infection could be left without life-saving services after the government changed the way it funds treatment, according to public health experts and LGBT+ rights advocates.

Thousands feared at risk after Mexico reforms HIV+ regime

17 Apr 2019

MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Thousands of Mexicans living with HIV or at risk of infection could be left without life-saving services after the government changed the way it funds treatment, according to public health experts and LGBT+ rights advocates.

Thousands feared at risk after Mexico reforms HIV+ regime

17 Apr 2019

MEXICO CITY, April 17 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - T housands of Mexicans living with HIV or at risk of infection could be left without life-saving services after the government changed the way it funds treatment, according to public health experts and LGBT+ rights advocates.

Luxembourg's gay premier praises Mexico LGBT+ progress, sees more work ahead

10 Apr 2019

MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel addressed the Mexican Senate on Tuesday, calling on lawmakers to advance LGBT rights in the country of some 120 million people.

Latam business's bid to woo LGBT+ market casts new light on gay rights

27 Mar 2019

MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - From attracting gay and lesbian tourists to taking part in Pride marches, businesses and governments across Latin America are stepping up efforts to tap into the potentially lucrative pink dollar driving LGBT+ rights more into the mainstream.

FEATURE-Latam business's bid to woo LGBT+ market casts new light on gay rights

27 Mar 2019

MEXICO CITY, March 26 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - From attracting gay and lesbian tourists to taking part in Pride marches, businesses and governments across Latin America are stepping up efforts to tap into the potentially lucrative pink dollar driving LGBT+ rights more into the mainstream.

Anti-LGBT+ abuse stokes mental health struggles in Bolsonaro's Brazil

25 Feb 2019

MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Growing up in an evangelical Christian family in Brazil, life was pretty tough for Ariel Nobre. Designated female at birth, the 31-year-old transgender man was sent to a gay conversion therapy center when he was just 18.

Top Brazilian court to decide key homophobia cases

12 Feb 2019

WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Brazil’s supreme court is expected to rule Wednesday on a pair of cases that could determine whether homophobia and transphobia should be considered criminal offenses.

Brazil's LGBT+ politicians prepare for battle with Bolsonaro

11 Feb 2019

MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When he realized Jair Bolsonaro was likely to be elected president of Brazil last year, politician David Miranda's first concern was for his family, rather than his career.

'Boy Erased' erased from Brazilian cinemas

05 Feb 2019

WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A decision by distributors not to release a film about gay conversion therapy has stirred controversy in Brazil and provoked dismay among the country’s LGBT activists.

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