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Nikkie De Jager
A través de un emotivo video, la gurú de belleza confesó que se siente libre y feliz
Mexico City sex workers march for their rights
Mexico’s government put out a statement last month, claiming that there is enough medication for those who have been diagnosed with HIV
Gia Gunn, the woman taking over the world of drag
The world of drag has become a worldwide phenomenon, especially since RuPaul Drag Race was launched on TV and Netflix
Chile approves landmark transgender law
The law marks an increasingly progressive tack in Chile, an Andean nation until recently dominated by a conservative, Catholic culture
Mexico's LGBT+ dance company
A 2017 government study found 30% of LGBT+ people had faced some form of discrimination in the last year
López Obrador is no longer visiting Veracruz and Puebla
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Transgender people are in danger
There are vulnerable sectors in the country, such as transgender people, who deserve more attention and the protection of their human rights
The struggle for transgender identity in Mexico
Mexico’s transgender and transexual community is demanding spaces free of violence in the face of hate crimes and discrimination
Transgender rights groups are demanding justice for the murder of several women from their community
The privately-run facility is under construction in Alvarado, Texas.