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Congresswoman Rocío Casco and artist Ricardo Migliorisi talk about LGBT issues in EQUIS Magazine

Congresswoman Rocío Casco and artist Ricardo Migliorisi talk about LGBT issues in EQUIS Magazine

access_timeDecember 30, 2014 08:04 pm

Although many people believe that problems in same-sex relationships are different from the rest, this is very untrue. However, there are some situations that gay men experience and that deal with in regards of discrimination, being openly gay, marriage (and the right to marry), spirituality, family, etc. One of the main problems in a relationship -or rather, at the end of it, is the breakup. In its main note, this edition of EQUIS Magazine provides some tips and steps for when love ends.

Although many people believe that problems in same-sex relationships are different from the rest, this is very untrue. However, there are some situations that gay men experience and that deal with in regards of discrimination, being openly gay, marriage (and the right to marry), spirituality, family, etc. One of the main problems in a relationship -or rather, at the end of it, is the breakup. In its main note, this edition of EQUIS Magazine provides some tips and steps for when love ends.

This edition also collected opinions of Congresswoman Rocío Casco, who in an exclusive interview reaffirms her position in favor of organizations that defend love and equality and fight against discrimination. "I believe that a strong work is still needed to be able to raise, at least in regards to legislation, the recognition of LGBT couples and diverse families, especially since these formations already exist and that is a constant reality in our country" affirmed Casco.

Full of colors, fantasies and metaphors, in a scintillating interview with renowned paraguayan artist Ricardo Migliorisi, EQUIS also brings you his points of view on topics such as contemporary paraguayan culture and homophobia in art, among others.

In September, activists of LESVOS came up with a colorful party to commemorate their first anniversary. In addition, they also hosted the projection of "La Vie d'Adèle" (Blue Is The Warmest Color), during the 23rd International Film Festival at the Villamorra Cinecenter. And as in every edition of EQUIS, you can not miss a broad spectrum of films suggested by our collaborator, Jorge Puig.

Dr. Ivan Allende makes a lucid reflection on the substantial difference that might mean for our health and our lives to access friendly health services and information. You can also checkout his column in this edition! EQUIS Magazine can be found at the LGBT Community Center (Independencia Nacional 1032 casi Manduvirá).

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