Transgender Salvadorans legally allowed to vote for first time

The Global Post, March 2014. With Gloria Morán. With victory in tow, LGBT rights groups now push new president to end violence, corruption and discrimination. Rubi Navas is among the first transgender women in the history of El Salvador to be allowed to vote. In previous years, Rubi and her peers were normally barred from... Continue Reading →

Why immigration reform matters for LGBT migrants

Le Monde Diplomatique, December 13, 2013. NEW YORK          Jose (1) was a closeted gay teenager when he was brutally sexually assaulted by gang members in his native El Salvador and fled to the United States, illegally. He suspected he was targeted because of his sexual orientation. The trauma and shame prevented him from... Continue Reading →

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