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My home, my country, the fair Helen of the Caribbean, Saint Lucia. The perfect escape to be shared with your partner. Tropical weather, welcoming accommodations, and unexpected adventures await all who travel to this paradise island.

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This month Trinidad and Tobago decriminalized consensual gay sexwhich was previously punishable with up to 25 years in prison. While the news has invigorated LGBT rights advocates, the picture for gay rights in the region is still far from ideal: Same-sex relations are still illegal in nine Caribbean countries, all of which are part of the British Commonwealth. And while laws are not always enforced, they have a chilling effect on the local LGBT community, which can often face harassment, discrimination and even violence.

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For well over a decade, United and Strong Inc. Inthe organization plans to increase political engagements through meetings with government and elected officials. The Leader of the Opposition stated that his Party has a culture of implementing policies to protect minority groups.

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Be sure to explore its botanical gardens and discover its picturesque waterfalls. It's easily accessible and also easy to get around. Known for its breathtaking scenery, the combination of mountains coated in jungle plants and the white sandy beaches along with the pockets of luxurious resorts makes it the perfect places to relax if you are seeking a laid-back atmosphere. Our favourite resorts are The Bodyholiday which is great if you are looking for a full body detox.

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St Rose, who is the Secretary of United and Strong, said that the group is celebrating with its activists, supporters and allies in Trinidad and Tobago and the rest of the region. Jessica St Rose observed that the case in the twin Island republic has been ongoing for some time, with the final judgement expected in July. However the United and Strong official explained that this would depend on the right legal team and the right activists pushing the case.

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But seven islands have a more sinister hangover from colonial days — laws against buggery and gross indecency making same-sex conduct between consenting adults illegal. While no island actively pursues criminal investigations for breaking these laws, their mere existence intensifies a toxic homophobic culture that allows lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT people to be bullied at school, that fuels their mistrust of police, and allows them to be alienated from — or even abused by — their families. Despite this, each island has a core group of LGBT activists leading the fight for equality.

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The Caribbean island of St. Lucia on March 11 apologized to three American gay men who were violently attacked and robbed inside a vacation villa by assailants who called them faggots. I wondered if it was going to hurt to die by being shot in the head.

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An activist holds up a rainbow flag inside Botswana High Court in Gaborone. Here are the other countries around the world that still criminalise same-sex relations, according to the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association :. Gay rights are constitutionally enshrined in most of South and North America.

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This report focuses on the experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender LGBT people in small island states of the Eastern Caribbean. It demonstrates, through individual testimony, how existing discriminatory legislation negatively impacts LGBT populations, making them ready victims of discrimination, violence, and abuse. Kitts and Nevis, St.

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The logo features a heart-shaped splash in rainbow colours and black, reflecting the diversity of our human family. A black fist emerges with the passion of ongoing activism to achieve full recognition of the human rights of LGBT people in the Caribbean. Pride is scheduled for August 23 — 26,with activities aimed at educating and sensitising the general public, as well as nurturing the dignity of non-heterosexual and gender non-conforming people on Saint Lucia. Several community organisations and business partners are expected to be part of the Family Day and Health Fair, which will include health talks and screenings, congratulatory speeches, performances and giveaways.

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