13 April 2013
Argentina: Catholic priest expelled from church for supporting equal marriage
A Catholic priest in Argentina has been expelled from the church following an investigation after he voiced his support for equal marriage in the country.
27 March 2013
Argentina: Gay couple attacked by group in the name of Pope Francis
A gay couple was reportedly assaulted by a group of people in the Argentine city of San Isidro last Saturday, with the attackers allegedly defending their actions due to the nationality of the new Pope.
20 March 2013
Pope Francis stood up for civil unions in an attempt to avoid equal marriage in Argentina
The new pope privately stood up for civil unions in Argentina in 2010, in a bid to stop the country from legalising equal marriage.
13 March 2013
New Pope Francis believes same-sex marriage and gay adoption are the Devil’s work
The new pope, Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the 76-year-old Argentinean, who will be known as Pope Francis, has in the past described same-sex marriage and gay couples adopting as a "destructive attack on God's plan."
17 October 2012
UK ambassador apologises for calling Argentinians ‘gay’
Britain's ambassador to Chile has apologised for making a homophobic comment on Twitter.
7 August 2012
Argentina: Gay couple legally recognised as fathers
A gay couple in Argentina have been legally recognised as the fathers of their baby boy born by surrogate.
15 July 2012
Argentina: Gay couples celebrate second anniversary of marriage law
Gay couples in Argentina are celebrating the second anniversary of a law giving them the right to marry.
10 May 2012
Argentina approves gender identity law
Having become the first country in South America to allow gay couples to marry, Argentina has passed a bill giving transgender citizens the right to have their gender recognised in law.
6 April 2012
Buenos Aires may allow foreign gay couples to marry in the city
Argentina, which extended the definition of marriage in 2010 to include same-sex couples, and was the first country in Latin America to do so, may make it legal for gay foreigners to get married on their soil, and in Buenos Aires, in particular.