Colombia leading Latin America in push for LGBT rights

07/31/2007 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

Colombia, through an unlikely coalition of conservative and leftist politicians, is likely to become the first nation in Latin America to provide same-sex couples with the same social security, health and inheritance benefits as their straight counterparts. At the same time, Colombian gays and lesbians are living more openly, with a recent pride parade in Bogota attracting some 10,000 marchers.

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