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Daniel Berezowsky and Jaime Chávez Alor have become the first gay couple to have a marriage performed outside of Mexico recognized by Mexican law.
Same-sex marriage and abortion in Yucatan won't be put before the public the way the Mayan Train or Mexico City airport were, a state lawmaker said.
The "Doodle" brings attention to María Rebecca Latigo de Hernández's 122nd birthday, an important Mexican-American civil rights activist.
The XVI March for Sexual Diversity in Yucatán, which parallels LGBTQ pride celebrations around the world, will deliver a firm political message.
A bill supporting transgender citizens will be submitted to the Yucatán legislature, said a New Alliance Party politician.
A pair of shirtless animal-rights activists leaped into the ring Sunday to stop a bullfight at Plaza de Toros.
A prayer vigil will return across the street from a women's health clinic in the Centro Histórico.
Five airlines are being punished for violating consumer rights, said Mexico’s consumer-protection agency.
A national coffee chain is distancing itself from a conservative group after a Puebla franchise supported its anti-gay marriage rally.
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