Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido is expected to announce Sunday when humanitarian aid will be delivered to the crisis-ridden country. She supplements her income…. As evidence, he points to the lack of positive LGBTQ characters on Venezuelan television and to comments made by President Maduro, who in the past has been accused of using a homophobic slur to ridicule his political opponent. The challenges present when reporting hate crimes to local law enforcement as an LGBTQ individual in Venezuela is something that Venezuelan artist Daniel Arzola knows from firsthand experience. Venezuela's shrinking economy has sparked an exodus of LGBT people as the economic crisis has put the brakes on the country's growing tolerance toward its gay and trans community, activists Reuters. All rights reserved.
I've never been in South America.
An apparent Trump win is really a huge trans victory. Currently living in Chile, Arzola said the threats stopped after he left Venezuela but that his work is still being obstructed in other ways. Hausa voahausa. Do they accept them, but in the same moment don't like it?
In example Brazil has same-sex marriage, but it's a lot of murders on LGBT people in Brazil, In Ecuador same-sex civil unions are legal,but people are still very conservative.