The government of Cuba has just launched a public consultation on marriage equality and adoption.
A new law in Guatemala has created a stir among the LGBTQ+ community and its supporters. This legislation not only defines marriage as a union between one man and one woman but also prevents schools from teaching about sexual diversity.
Cuba took a big step forward in protecting the rights of its citizens. Justice Minister Oscar Manuel Silvera introduced the new Family Code, which was officially presented last year, in the National Assembly. It will replace the 47-year-old code and provide new protections for children, the elderly, and other family members in general. One of the key changes includes legalizing same-sex marriage.