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  •  - A gay couple kisses in front of the Cathedral during an event to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia in Guatemala City

    A gay couple kisses in front of the Cathedral during an event to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia in Guatemala City

    Posted: 5/17/2012 9:22:49 PM EST
    A gay couple kisses in front of the Cathedral during an event to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO) in Guatemala City May 17, 2012. IDAHO is held annually on May 17 to commemorate the World Health Organization's decision in 1990 to remove homosexuality from the list of mental disorders, according to the organisers. REUTERS /Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
  •  - Gay couples kiss in front of the Cathedral during an event to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia in Guatemala City

    Gay couples kiss in front of the Cathedral during an event to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia in Guatemala City

    Posted: 5/17/2012 9:20:43 PM EST
    Gay couples kiss in front of the Cathedral during an event to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO) in Guatemala City May 17, 2012. IDAHO is held annually on May 17 to commemorate the World Health Organization's decision in 1990 to remove homosexuality from the list of mental disorders, according to the organisers. REUTERS /Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
  •  - Gay couples kissing in front of the Cathedral during a commemoration of the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia in Guatemala City

    Gay couples kissing in front of the Cathedral during a commemoration of the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia in Guatemala City

    Posted: 5/17/2012 9:15:46 PM EST
    Gay couples kiss in front of the Cathedral during an event to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO) in Guatemala City May 17, 2012. IDAHO is held annually on May 17 to commemorate the World Health Organization's decision in 1990 to remove homosexuality from the list of mental disorders, according to the organisers. REUTERS /Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
  •  - A gay rights activist poses during an event to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia in Guatemala City

    A gay rights activist poses during an event to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia in Guatemala City

    Posted: 5/17/2012 9:09:07 PM EST
    A gay rights activist poses during an event to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO) in Guatemala City May 17, 2012. IDAHO is held annually on May 17 to commemorate the World Health Organization's decision in 1990 to remove homosexuality from the list of mental disorders, according to the organisers. REUTERS /Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
  •  - A gay rights activist holds a mask in front of his face during an event to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia in Guatemala City

    A gay rights activist holds a mask in front of his face during an event to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia in Guatemala City

    Posted: 5/17/2012 9:05:04 PM EST
    A gay rights activist holds a mask in front of his face during an event to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO) in Guatemala City May 17, 2012. IDAHO is held annually on May 17 to commemorate the World Health Organization's decision in 1990 to remove homosexuality from the list of mental disorders, according to the organisers. REUTERS /Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
  •  - People stand next to a rainbow flag during an event to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia in Guatemala City

    People stand next to a rainbow flag during an event to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia in Guatemala City

    Posted: 5/17/2012 9:03:41 PM EST
    People stand next to a rainbow flag during an event to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO) in Guatemala City May 17, 2012. IDAHO is held annually on May 17 to commemorate the World Health Organization's decision in 1990 to remove homosexuality from the list of mental disorders, according to the organisers. REUTERS /Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
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    Posted: 5/17/2012 6:10:48 PM EST
    Mariela Castro, daughter of Cuba's President Raul Castro, holds a sign demanding President Barack Obama release five Cuban intelligence agents imprisoned in U.S., popularly known as the "Cuban Five," before the start of a parade marking the upcoming International Day Against Homophobia, in Havana, Cuba, Saturday, May 12, 2012. Mariela Castro said during the gay rights march Saturday that her father advocated eliminating sexual discrimination, and reiterated her own hope the country would soon legalize same sex marriage. International Day Against Homophobia is celebrated globally on May 17 commemorating the World Health Organization's declassification of homosexuality as a mental illness. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano)
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    Posted: 5/12/2012 4:45:46 PM EST
    South Africa's artist Steven Cohen marches in a parade marking the upcoming International Day Against Homophobia, in Havana, Cuba, Saturday, May 12, 2012. International Day Against Homophobia is celebrated globally on May 17 commemorating the World Health Organization's declassification of homosexuality as a mental illness. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano)
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    Posted: 5/12/2012 4:45:46 PM EST
    Activists march in a parade marking the upcoming International Day Against Homophobia, in Havana, Saturday, May 12, 2012. International Day Against Homophobia is celebrated globally on May 17 commemorating the World Health Organization's declassification of homosexuality as a mental illness. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano)
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    Posted: 5/12/2012 4:45:45 PM EST
    Mariela Castro, daughter of Cuba's President Raul Castro, holds a sign demanding President Barack Obama return five Cuban intelligence agents imprisoned in U.S., popularly known as the "Cuban Five," before the start of a parade marking the upcoming International Day Against Homophobia, in Havana, Cuba, Saturday, May 12, 2012. International Day Against Homophobia is celebrated globally on May 17 commemorating the World Health Organization's declassification of homosexuality as a mental illness. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano)
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    Posted: 5/12/2012 4:45:45 PM EST
    People wave a giant gay pride flag before the start of a parade marking the upcoming International Day Against Homophobia, in Havana, Cuba, Saturday, May 12, 2012. International Day Against Homophobia is celebrated globally on May 17 commemorating the World Health Organization's declassification of homosexuality as a mental illness. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano)
  •  - Gopalan, a gay rights activist, poses for a picture inside her office in New Delhi

    Gopalan, a gay rights activist, poses for a picture inside her office in New Delhi

    Posted: 5/10/2012 8:48:39 AM EST
    Anjali Gopalan, a gay rights activist, poses for a picture inside her office in New Delhi May 3, 2012. Legalising homosexuality has had little impact in conservative India as homophobia remains deeply entrenched, with thousands of gays across the country still facing discrimination and a lack of basic rights, Gopalan told Reuters. Picture taken May 3, 2012. REUTERS/Parivartan Sharma (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
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    Posted: 2/23/2012 8:25:45 AM EST
    FILE- In this July 2, 2010 file photograph, gay rights activists participate in a celebration marking the first anniversary of an Indian court's ruling decriminalizing homosexuality in India, in New Delhi, India. A lawyer for India's Home Ministry told the country's top court Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012, that gay sex was "immoral" and urged the court to keep it illegal, even as the government denied it opposed decriminalizing homosexuality. (AP Photo/ Manish Swarup, File)
  •  - To match story INDIA-GAY/TOURISM

    To match story INDIA-GAY/TOURISM

    Posted: 1/26/2012 12:06:08 AM EST
    A participant attends the fourth Delhi Queer Pride parade, an event promoting gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender rights in New Delhi in this November 27, 2011 file photo. Since homosexuality was decriminalised in India in 2009, an increasing number of LGBT tourists are viewing India as a holiday destination. Changing mindsets have created business possibilities for travel operators, who are now portraying India as an emerging gay-friendly destination. To match story INDIA-GAY/TOURISM REUTERS/Adnan Abidi/Files (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
  •  - To match story INDIA-GAY/TOURISM

    To match story INDIA-GAY/TOURISM

    Posted: 1/26/2012 12:04:59 AM EST
    Participants attend the fourth Delhi Queer Pride parade, an event promoting gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender rights in New Delhi in this November 27, 2011 file photo. Since homosexuality was decriminalised in India in 2009, an increasing number of LGBT tourists are viewing India as a holiday destination. Changing mindsets have created business possibilities for travel operators, who are now portraying India as an emerging gay-friendly destination. To match story INDIA-GAY/TOURISM REUTERS/Adnan Abidi/Files (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
  •  - To match story INDIA-GAY/TOURISM

    To match story INDIA-GAY/TOURISM

    Posted: 1/26/2012 12:03:53 AM EST
    A participant attends the fourth Delhi Queer Pride parade, an event promoting gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender rights in New Delhi in this November 27, 2011 file photo. Since homosexuality was decriminalised in India in 2009, an increasing number of LGBT tourists are viewing India as a holiday destination. Changing mindsets have created business possibilities for travel operators, who are now portraying India as an emerging gay-friendly destination. To match story INDIA-GAY/TOURISM REUTERS/Adnan Abidi/Files (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - To match story INDIA-GAY/TOURISM

    To match story INDIA-GAY/TOURISM

    Posted: 1/26/2012 12:02:36 AM EST
    Participants attend the fourth Delhi Queer Pride parade, an event promoting gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender rights in New Delhi in this November 27, 2011 file photo. Since homosexuality was decriminalised in India in 2009, an increasing number of LGBT tourists are viewing India as a holiday destination. Changing mindsets have created business possibilities for travel operators, who are now portraying India as an emerging gay-friendly destination. To match story INDIA-GAY/TOURISM REUTERS/Adnan Abidi/Files (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
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    Posted: 1/24/2012 6:30:51 AM EST
    FILE - In this Aug. 19, 2011 file photo, actor Kerem Can, second left, waits in line at the entrance of a military service registration office in the film "Zenne Dancer," in Istanbul, Turkey. Shortly after coming out to his parents in 2008, Ahmet Yildiz, a gay, 26-year-old student was gunned down inside his car by his father, in a crime that shocked Turkey and was billed as the country's first reported gay honor killing. The award-winning film, inspired by Yildiz's tragic story, and which opened in some 50 cinemas in Turkey last week is putting the spotlight on homosexuality in the Muslim country which is seeking European Union membership but remains influenced by conservative and religious values. (AP Photo/Sara Anjargolian/CAM Film/File, Handout)
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    Posted: 1/24/2012 6:30:51 AM EST
    FILE - In this March 14, 2011 file photo, cast member Kerem Can, center, who stars in the film "Zenne Dancer," poses with co-directors Caner Alper, left, and Mehmet Binay in Istanbul, Turkey. Shortly after coming out to his parents in 2008, Ahmet Yildiz, a gay, 26-year-old student was gunned down inside his car by his father, in a crime that shocked Turkey and was billed as the country's first reported gay honor killing. The award-winning film, inspired by Yildiz's tragic story, and which opened in some 50 cinemas in Turkey last week is putting the spotlight on homosexuality in the Muslim country which is seeking European Union membership but remains influenced by conservative and religious values. (AP Photo/Sara Anjargolian/CAM Film/File, Handout)
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    Posted: 1/24/2012 6:30:51 AM EST
    FILE - Jan. 2012 file photo of the poster of the film "Zenne Dancer," in Istanbul, Turkey. Shortly after coming out to his parents in 2008, Ahmet Yildiz, a gay, 26-year-old student was gunned down inside his car by his father, in a crime that shocked Turkey and was billed as the country's first reported gay honor killing. The award-winning film, inspired by Yildiz's tragic story, and which opened in some 50 cinemas in Turkey last week is putting the spotlight on homosexuality in the Muslim country which is seeking European Union membership but remains influenced by conservative and religious values. (AP Photo/Sara Anjargolian/CAM Film/File, Handout)