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Gay marriage in Mexico

The Supreme Court of Mexico ruled that state law which considers the ultimate purpose of marriage to be “procreation, and or defines (marriage) as celebrated between a man and a woman, is unconstitutional.”  This does not mean however that gay marriage will immediately state in all states.  Any person who is denied the ability to marry based on these circumstances has the right to petition the local court.

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Openly Gay Mayor in Zacatecas

Full article about Benjamin Medrano

Colima State Approves Same-Sex Civil Unions

Lawmakers in Mexico’s western state of Colima have approved a change in the state’s constitution that legalizes same-sex civil unions. See the full story at HuffPost

Mexico’s New Immigrants

A new study released this month by the Organization of American States (OAS) reported that the documented, foreign-born population in Mexico increased 45 percent from 2005 to 2010, reaching 850,000 people. In terms of the national origin breakdown of new immigrants in the three-year period from 2007 to 2010, the study found that most came from the U.S. (10,472).

Full article at Frontera NorteSur

Gay marriage victory in Mexican Supreme Court

 of AMERICA Blog gives the Full Story.

Gay Amateurs in Mexico

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Made in Mexico

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Made in Mexico

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