Anti-gay laws, even if sparsely enforced, are far from innocuous. By setting up categories for normalcy and deviance, they continue to legitimise acts of violence against LGBT people.
PRiDE JA 2015 was a well-received and successful celebration of Jamaican LGBT people and their allies. Latoya Nugent of J-FLAG shares her thoughts on the impact and future of the events and what they might mean for the greater Caribbean...
J-FLAG's amicable and passionate Education and Training manager discusses the planning phase and specific events of JA PRiDE 2015.
J-FLAG successfully staged “The PRiDE of a People: Breaking the Rules of Oppression”, the country’s first ever LGBT pride celebrations.
A regional LGBT lobby has criticized a Jamaican evangelical group's petition against LGBT equality in the Caribbean, following a US Supreme Court decision on marriage equality