Portland’s fast-growing LGBTQ Latino community hosts a fun and inclusive Portland Latino Gay Pride (also known as PDX Latinx Pride) in late August. The events include a spoken word reading, as well as a series of film screenings, and the Tus Colores Festival that features live performances, food, ballet folklorico, and more.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights in Mexico have expanded in recent years, in keeping with worldwide legal trends. The intellectual influence of the French Revolution and the brief French occupation of Mexico (1862–67) resulted in the adoption of the Napoleonic Code , which decriminalized same-sex sexual acts in 1871. 
The first Mexico City gay pride parade dates all the way back to 1979! Some consider this metropolis of more than 10 million to have the biggest pride celebration in all of Latin America. This year’s parade is set for June 24 and the logo features a rainbow twist on the well-known Mexican …
Uniting the Latino LGBTQ+ Community of North Texas. The Texas Latino LGBTQ+ community drives the work we do, and our goal is to bring people together through music, art, and a celebration of the rich Hispanic/Latino culture.
The increasingly popular Mexico City Pride, however, is helping to heighten the LGBT community’s visibility, and the city’s top gay nightlife district, Zona Rosa, is both centrally located, quite safe, and highly popular with people from all walks of life, making it …
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Visit Mexico City for Gay Pride Each year in June, the magnificent metropolis of Mexico City , famous for spectacular architectural motifs in each of its unique neighborhoods, hosts hundreds of thousands of people for one of the world’s largest Gay Pride events including a Gay Pride Parade.
LGBT people in Mexico Jump to LGBT Pride Parades have continuously occurred in Monterrey, Tijuana, Puebla, Chilpancingo, and Mérida. The Mexican gay soccer team, known as El Tri Gay, is the first of its kind in the country. Team member Eduardo Velázquez was quoted saying,
The Latino Pride Center (LPC), New York City, was established in June 2013 as the first Latino organization in the USA fully devoted to providing health and human services to the gay community.