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As goes Coahuila... or let me not to marriage admit impediments

When Coahuila passed Mexico’s first “Civil Unions” legislation (allowing for same-gender couples to gain legal recognition for their union, but only in the state of Coahuila) in January 2007,  the bill passed by only a small margin, and — despite official backing by the Bishop of Saltillo — was considered a radical step for a Latin American jurisdiction.  355 more words

Human Rights

A Secret Kept


Rating: 3.5?  ★★★

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Date Read: 7/24/14

I still don’t know how I feel. There were things I loved about the book but things I loathed as well. 159 more words


dream weddings in mexico city

For many people the idea of eloping to a foreign country to get married is their idea of getting the perfect wedding. There are several benefits to tying the knot abroad. 640 more words


Rams cut Sam

As you’ve undoubtedly heard by now, Michael Sam, the first openly gay man drafted into the NFL, was cut Saturday by the Rams, and will most likely not be picked up as part of their practice squad.   541 more words

4 New & Exciting Releases in September

September has arrived and I have some new and exciting releases lined up for you!

1. Rock Addiction by Nalini Singh
September 9th, 2014

A Contemporary Romance that features a rock star and a girl not looking for romance. 151 more words


Community, and Lack thereof [Episode 5]

Welcome back~!

This week on Rainbow Radio Daniel and Maaya are talking about community, and lack thereof. This means that we will be discussing the LGBT communities in Saskatoon, Windsor, and other places, as we have experienced as well as the strengths and weaknesses of these communities. 354 more words


Sealed Fate

Surrounded by walls,

Unable to escape.

Each brick squeezes in,

Trapping me.

No doors to exit.

No doors from which,

Another can enter.

No savior, no freedom, 36 more words

Domestic Violence