Topics :: Mexico
By Jason St. Amand | Tuesday Jan 14, 2014
A gay prisoner in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, reportedly had both of his eyes gouged out in an attack by his cellmate on Dec. 23.
Tuesday Sep 3, 2013
A state legislator in Mexico is causing a stir by asking authorities not to allow gay weddings in public spaces because it confuses children in a state that just approved same-sex civil unions.
By Jason St. Amand | Monday Aug 19, 2013
A Mexican lawmaker made headlines this week when she said that same-sex couples should not have marriage rights because they do not face each other when having sex.
Wednesday Jul 31, 2013
Lawmakers in Mexico’s western state of Colima have approved a change in the state’s constitution that legalizes same-sex civil unions.
Thursday Jul 18, 2013
Mexico’s first openly gay elected mayor is set to take office in a rough-and-tumble part of Zacatecas state known for cowboy boots, embossed belts and drug gang shootouts.
By Alejandra Ramos | Thursday May 9, 2013
EDGE writer Alejandra Ramos heads to Cancun and trades cheap tequila and beer pong for Michelin star dining, luxurious spa treatments and an immersive tour of the Cancun-Riviera Maya Food and Wine Festival.
By Jody Kurash | Monday Mar 25, 2013
A sleepy town with one main street and no ATMs, Zipolite (pronounced ZEE-poe-LEE-tay) is one of many tiny coastal pueblos that dot the Pacific in Mexico’s Southern state of Oaxaca and the perfect relaxing getaway.
By JC Alvarez | Thursday Mar 21, 2013
EDGE’s nightlife editor JC Alvarez heads to Cancun and the Oasis Sens for a weekend of sun, gourmet dining, and club-hopping at some of the area’s hottest destinations.
By Shaun Knittel | Sunday Mar 17, 2013
Gay Seattle man Ronald Bentley Main died last week after a Feb. 24 attack inside his Chapala, Mexico home. Friends remember the real-estate agent and former president of the LGBT chamber of commerce as a kind and gregarious man.
By Olga R. Rodriguez | Friday Mar 8, 2013
Mexico’s Supreme Court has ruled that two anti-gay words commonly used in Mexico are hate speech and not protected as freedom of expression under the country’s constitution, allowing those offended by them to sue for moral damages.