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Gay theater plays in Buenos Aires

The nearly 200 theatres in the Argentine capital have been staging an increasing number of plays exploring gender identity or specifically gay issues in recent years, in mainstream, fringe and state-run productions. Dozens of plays dramatising stories about gay people were produced last year, including “Juicio a lo natural” by Nicolás Pérez Costa, “Feizbuk” (Facebook) […]

Massive inflow of gay tourism in Buenos Aires

Argentina expects an important inflow of gay tourists this coming season, more specifically the capital Buenos Aires following pioneering legislation making marriage among same sex people legal. Pablo De Luca, president of the Argentine Gay-Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (Coglar) forecasted that homosexual tourism this year is set to represent 21% of all visitors to Buenos […]

Buenos Aires Expects a Gay Travel Boom

To its dazzling tango, world-renowned beef and oh-so-European flair, Argentina can now add an altogether different touristic calling card: gay marriage. Or at least that’s the hope of many travel pros, who see in the nation’s surprise move to legalize same-sex unions — the first Latin American country to do so — a potential bright […]

Gay Tango in Buenos Aires

Two men locked in a tight embrace step in time to the mournful chords of a tango. Gustavo Aciar follows his partner’s lead, but halfway through the melancholy song, he takes charge. The nostalgic music and passionate moves are the same as those found in most Buenos Aires tango clubs, called milongas, but a gay […]

Gay Tourism continues its growth in Argentina

‘Country more open than others,’ says tourism minister Argentina is set to see an increase in lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) tourists who accounted for 17.8 percent of visitors in 2008, thanks to the same-sex marriage bill that President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner signed into law yesterday evening. Tourism Minister Enrique Meyer, one of […]

Argentina legalizes same-sex marriage.

Following a historic debate in the Senate that dealt with everything from famous homosexuals, to the Bible and world history, Argentina has become the first Latin American country to legalize same-sex marriage, granting the same legal rights, responsibilities and protections that marriage brings to heterosexuals. Argentina became the first Latin American country to legalize same-sex […]

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