Since Mexico became the first Latin American country to open the door to legalizing same-sex marriage seven years ago, the country has grappled with backlash from Christian groups that has activists worried that further progress will stagnate or that existing legislation will be repealed.
Mexico’s gay marriage activists fear backslide in progress
In a region riddled with corruption, Uruguay leads in transparency
While Brazil, Guatemala and other countries across Latin America continue the struggle to end political corruption and spur economic progress,…
World Vision flip-flops on gay marriage
World Vision USA, the large Christian aid organization headquartered just outside of Seattle, earlier this week announced it had changed…