Topics :: South America

Guyanese Gay Prostitutes Stabbed Dead, Suspect Commits Suicide

By Winnie McCroy | Monday Jul 21, 2014
The main suspect in the stabbing murder of two gay sex workers in Guyana's capital of Georgetown last week died on Sunday, July 20 at Georgetown Hospital after confessing to the murders and setting himself on fire.

Chile New President Promises to Fight for Same-Sex Marriage

By Jason St. Amand | Thursday Mar 13, 2014
Chile could be the next country to legalize same-sex marriage.

Brazil the Easy Way: Kicking Back in Florianopolis

By Dan Allen | Friday Sep 27, 2013
Florianopolis (or Floripa as everyone knows it in Brazil) is not only where upscale Brazilians go when they want a nice holiday, it’s also one of the fastest-rising destinations in the country for international travelers.

The Best of São Paulo in 72 Hours

By Dan Allen | Friday Mar 29, 2013
A whirlwind tour of this bustling Brazilian city reveals a feast for the eyes - from gorgeous men and women to world-class museums and shopping that will require an extra suitcase for the flight home.

Homophobic Remarks Get Ecuador Preacher a Political Ban & Fine

By Jason St. Amand | Tuesday Mar 19, 2013
An Ecuadorian judge recently banned a pastor from politics for a year and fined him $3,000 fine for anti-gay comments during his campaign for president.

LGBT Pride in South America via LAN Airlines

Thursday Jun 14, 2012
Interested in an LGBT Pride in South America? LAN Airlines, South America’s premier air carrier, and its affiliates have announced a BIG mid-year sale for travel to South America.

Guyana Activists Call for Repeal of Sodomy Law

Tuesday May 22, 2012
Gay rights activists in Guyana are calling for the South American nation to repeal cross-dressing and sodomy laws.

Chile’s Boutique Noi Hotels Introduces LGBT-Specific Vacations

Tuesday May 8, 2012
Noi Hotels, with six boutique properties, has been recently included in Condé Nast Traveler’s 2012 "Hot List."

Wining and Dining Through Chile’s Wine Country: The Photos

Wednesday Apr 25, 2012
With a backdrop of snow-capped mountains, verdant forests, shimmering lakes, and a dramatic coastline, Chile possesses landscapes of breathtaking beauty, all basking in a climate that’s nearly an amalgam of the wine regions of California and France.

Guyana Seeks Public Opinion on Controversial Laws

By Bert Wilkinson | Thursday Apr 5, 2012
Guyana is launching a national debate on whether to eliminate its death penalty and overhaul laws that discriminate against gays, lesbians and transgender people.