La Tierra Que Fue y Sera

      Yecoc xochitl ma in nequimilolo ma in necuiltonolo antepilhuan. Huel ixtihuitz cuecuey on tihuitz zan xopan nomacicatihuitz cempohualxochitl yecoc xochitl tepepitech.         Recuerdo mi tierra mojada, El río de san  Juan que nunca se conecto con Chapala Ambos secos, me dejan un sabor insípido de triste memoria. Es como no haber visto a un amante

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Family Acceptance & Equality come together in east Los Angeles

BOYLE HEIGHTS, CA- Revealing one’s sexual orientation can be one of the most challenging experiences for an LGBTQ youth, but coming out in a culture with a heavy religiously conservative foundation can make the whole ordeal that much more difficult. Nowhere else is this more self-evident than in America’s most populace state, California, where the

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Africa’s First Traditional Queer Wedding

Two men have tied the knot in what’s been proclaimed Africa’s first traditional gay wedding. Tshepo Cameron Modisane and Thoba Calvin Sithol, both 27, got married in the town of KwaDukuza in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa in front of approximately 200 guests, in a beautiful ceremony uniting Zulu and Tswana traditions. The newly wed partners will also have

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VIDEO: Prop 8 splits California family

As the U.S. Supreme Court begins to tackle the constitutionality of California’s Proposition 8, CNN interviews the Barros family from Los Angeles County’s Antelope Valley and reveals how the controversial proposition has divided the religiously conservative family right down the middle. Courtesy

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ESTIMADO CUPIDO: EL NIÑO GAY TE HABLA AHORA

Estimado Cupido: Desde temprana edad, me dí cuenta que el 14 de Febrero para muchas personas no era el mes del amor y/o de la amistad, sino de privilegio. Durante mi infancia en Perú, noté que la televisión retrataba facetas y conceptos del amor muy ajenos e indiferentes a mi identidad como niño gay. En mi casa

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