PRiDE JA 2016 is approaching quickly! In Part II of this interview, co-chair Neish McLean provides further details on Jamaica’s 2nd public LGBT PRiDE celebrations.
PRiDE JA 2016 is almost here! Co-chair Neish McLean gives us the latest on Jamaica’s LGBT PRiDE celebrations.
The Bahamian Government has warned its young male citizens to avoid protests, and to be compliant with American law enforcement officers, in the wake of police-led shootings in the US
For Caribbean politicians who maintain LGBT people as outliers of law and policy, the mourning of the Pulse massacre has been a challenge
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.
The globalization of anti-minority agendas and the exportation of hate from the US to the Caribbean