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Thousands in Costa Rica Celebrate Gay Pride In Marcha de la Diversidad (Photos)

Tens of thousands in Costa Rican took part in the Marcha de la Diversidad (Gay Pride) on Sunday in downtown San Jose, filling Costa Rica's capital city with color, in the first such march since the country’s constitutional court promised same-sex couples the right...

“Boda Pride”, First LGBTI Community Wedding Fair in Costa Rica Will Be in July

"Boda Pride" is the LGTBI community wedding fair, which will be convened on July 26, 27 and 28, 2019 at the Centro Nacional de Convenciones (National Convention Center), in Heredia. This is the first edition that takes place in Central America and the Caribbean. Expected...

President Signs Decrees To Guarantee The Rights of LGTBI People in Costa Rica

Costa Rica will close 2018 with greater advances in the recognition of the rights of LGTBI people. In addition to the decision of the Constitutional Cout that gave way to equal marriage within 18 months (May 26, 2020), this Friday President Carlos Alvarado signed four...

Costa Rica Joins Global Push to Recognize Legal Gender Self-Identification

(Human Rights Watch) In June, Costa Rica’s president signed a directive and decree ordering government agencies that issue official documents to recognize gender identity based on self-declaration. The move follows an Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR) advisory opinion issued in January, which asserted that countries...

Your TV Set Is Not Broken, TD Mas Was in B&W on Friday In Support of Pride March

No, there was nothing wrong with your television. However, if you did think so, when you noticed that one of the channels was in black and white, not to worry. The TD Más channel 15, by Teletica specifically, was in black and white is because...

Costa Rica’s Foreign Ministry Initiates Notification Process To Execute Court Order On Gay Marriage

The notification to public institutions to implement the order of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR), based in Costa Rica’s capital San Jose, on gay marriage was made this Friday. On Tuesday, the Court ruled that the countries that it oversees should treat same-sex...

Gay Couple Gets Ready To Say ‘Yes’ After Court Decision

Roberto Castillo and Mario Arias could become one of the first same-sex couples to marry in Costa Rica after the country received the order of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR) - Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos in Spanish - to apply "Matrimonio...


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