A caravan of 16 LGBTQI migrants — called the Rainbow 16 — surrendered themselves to U.S. border officials on Thursday and are now being held by ICE.
Mexico City has more than 2,500 places to visit. From museums, restaurants, bars and nightclubs, we will show you where to explore.
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In the center of Mexico City, below an angel, are the people of this divine capital celebrating death by embracing life. This is Dia de Los Muertos parade.
Latin America has the highest rates of violence against the LGBT community, but it also has some of the most progressive laws for LGBT equality and protection.
Places that live on in the author’s memories have been wholly transformed as tourists discover her hometown.
La Zona Rosa... the neighborhood is now a hive of gay night life, clubs and shops. Those markers of my childhood were erased from the real world and exist now only in my mind. I made my way back to Roma.
The Human Rights Campaign on Tuesday launched its 2017 Corporate Equality Index at an event that took place in Mexico City.
Mexico’s capital city is a buzzing, sprawling destination for those seeking a culture-filled break with added culinary delights
Mexico City holds its first Day of the Dead parade, inspired by scenes from the latest James Bond film, Spectre.
LGBT Confex’s sixth edition of its International Business & Tourism Forum is set to take place in Mexico City’s World Trade Center from October 26 to 27.
More than 60 exhibitors and 30 speakers will take part in this year’s forum and will provide information on the realities and trends affecting the principal theme for this year: “Inclusive Innovation: We create, we innovate and we revolutionize.”
Although most Catholic Mexicans remain conservative, many are becoming more accepting of the LGBT community.
The Mexican lotería card game is a cultural staple for Latinos — which now has a queer, identity-based twist thanks to Chicano artist Félix Frédéric d'Eon. The 36-year-old Latino calls it "Gay Lotería."
"I honestly feel that in my own small way I am helping to move the conversation forward towards a greater acceptance of love and understanding."