8 March 2013
Mexico: Supreme Court rules that anti-gay slurs are hate speech
The top court in Mexico has ruled that two words, both anti-gay slurs which are commonly used in the country, are hate speech, and therefore should not be protected as freedom of speech under the constitution.
6 February 2013
Study: Gay Mexican men would change lifestyle to reduce HIV risk for $288 a year
A study in Mexico has attempted to put an exact price on how much gay and bisexual men would have to be paid to change behaviours that put them at high risk of HIV.
30 December 2012
Charlie Sheen apologises for homophobic rant after backlash
Actor Charlie Sheen, sparked controversy when he took to the stage in Cabo, Mexico, to promote the opening of his new bar, as he used a homophobic slur.
27 December 2012
Mexico lifts ban on gay men donating blood
A new law allowing gay and bisexual men to donate blood has come into force today (Thursday).
10 December 2012
Mexico: Teacher fired for showing the pro-gay film Milk
A teacher in Mexico has been fired after screening the film "Milk" to her class, with her boss describing the movie as “filth”.
6 December 2012
Mexico: Supreme Court casts-out ban on same-sex marriage
The Mexican Supreme Court today made a unanimous ruling which could signal the beginning of equal marriage rights across the entire country.
3 July 2012
Mexico City: Gay journalist found dead in elevator shaft
Armando Montano, an openly gay apprentice journalist working as a summer intern for the Associated Press in Mexico City, was found dead early Saturday.
16 August 2011
1,000 gay marriages in Mexico City
Mexico City's civil registry has announced that 1,000 same-sex marriages have been registered since marriage equality came into law last year.
15 July 2011
Travel: A Pacific paradise and the Latin New York
Why should gay travellers consider Mexico? Martin Popplewell visits Puerto Vallarta and Mexico City to find out more.