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Residents of the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca held an unusual beauty pageant celebrating a group of homosexual men who don elaborate makeup, wear traditional dresses and crown a queen, all with the support and excitement of the local community.
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RESTRICTION SUMMARY: AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Mexico City, Mexico 1. Various of gay men dressed in Mexican women's traditional clothing and performing a folk dance 2. Mid of gay men and lesbian women wearing traditional Mexican "charro" clothing and hats and marching to the beat of music 3. Mid of "muxes," the name for indigenous gays and transgender persons from the Mexican state of Oaxaca, participating in parade 4. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Mistica Sanchez Gomez, Indigenous gay person from the Mexican state of Oaxaca, known as "muxe": "What we want is to be respected as people because we are also human beings, for us to be taken into account, because we are people who work just like any others." 5. Mid of gay men riding horses 6. Wide of lesbian woman riding a horse, dressed in traditional Mexican clothing and carrying Mexican flag 7. Various of gay men dressed in leather outfits and a man wearing a mask with a wooden platform over his head 8. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Itzcoalt Segura Hernandez, Gay man: "Well, this is the day that we come out (to the streets) to make ourselves more visible. I think we've made a lot of progress, but there's still more to go. There are still many people killed because of homophobia, families who don't accept their (gay) children and so on." 9. Mid of crowds walking through parade 10. Mid of man holding up a sign reading: (Spanish) "Because I love I learned how to love my gay son." AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Lima, Peru 11. Wide of gay pride parade participants carrying huge gay pride flag 12. Various of people marching 13. Mid of Carlos Bruce, Peru Congress member who is openly gay, holding a banner with others reading: (Spanish) "Equality, not crumbs" 14. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Carlos Bruce, Peru Congress member who is openly gay: "Well, this gay pride march takes place every year, but this year it has added meaning because we are in the midst of this struggle for couples of the same sex who want to spend the rest of their lives together, for them to be considered families. It's a proposal that gives people dignity and there exists no reason why gays and lesbians cannot enjoy this right." 15. Mid of march 16. Close-up of poster reading: (Spanish) "We are free" STORYLINE Thousands in the Mexican and Peruvian capitals joined worldwide gay pride marches on Saturday for equal rights and against discrimination. In Mexico City, gay men performed a folklore dance wearing Mexican traditional women's clothing as part of the city's annual gay pride parade. Many participants walked in the parade dressed in colourful Mexican traditional "charro" outfits. Indigenous gays and transgender people from the Mexican state of Oaxaca, who are known as "muxes", joined the festivities. Muxe means homosexual in the indigenous Zapotec language. "What we want is to be respected as people because we are also human beings, for us to be taken into account, because we are people who work just like any others," said Mistica Sanchez Gomez, This marks the 36th annual gay pride parade in Mexico City. A Supreme Court ruling requires all same-sex marriages performed in Mexico City to be recognised in all 31 states. Mexico City's same-sex marriage law extends married gay couples the right to adopt children, to jointly apply for bank loans, to inherit wealth and to be covered by their spouses' insurance policies. In the Peruvian capital Lima, thousands crowded the streets of the city centre for a gay pride parade filled with rainbow flags and balloons. Some participants helped carry a huge gay pride flag and others held up posters. In September, Peruvian Congress member Carlos Bruce introduced a bill to allow gay civil unions. Clients are reminded: You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/77ee4bd3c54048eba69297a44c7ee6ed Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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PVGMC had the pleasure to perform with the Gay choruses of NYC and Mexico City.
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SHOTLIST 1. Street packed with Gay Pride revellers 2. Men holding up a large flag and running underneath it to kiss each other 3. Men dressed in mariachi costumes 4. Man with mask 5. Men dressed like the Virgin of Guadalupe 6. Men wearing g-strings on Gay Pride float 7. Men and women dancing on float 8. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Horacio Franco, musician: "Since 1979 we have been celebrating this, it is a way of saying "here we are", it is a way to say that the gay community is an active, plural, diverse community, it is a group of people that is festive, that has all the diversity that you can see here. This is a civic, pacific manifestation to say that this community is alive in Mexico." 9. Men kissing 10. Men in costumes 11. Men with body painting 12. Men dancing on float 13. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Lucio Reina, spectator: "I agree with tolerance and above all respect towards others, what this world is lacking is tolerance." 14. Spectator Lucio Reina with wife and children 15. Transgender wearing a feathered crown 16. Transvestite blowing a kiss 17. Male couple standing together 18. Man in costume 19. Man having his picture taken with sailor 20. Parade in Paseo de la Reforma STORYLINE Thousands of Mexicans marched across their nation's capital to celebrate gay pride and promote tolerance for homosexuals on Saturday. Dance music blasted from floats carrying mostly young men dressed in elaborate gowns, shiny construction hats or hardly anything at all. The march stretched across four lanes of traffic and measured about 10 city blocks from head to tail, as it wound from the Angel of Independence monument to Mexico City's central plaza. With the parade now in its 26th year, many marchers said Mexican society continues to show new signs of tolerance toward homosexuals. An expression of family solidarity for some and personal freedom for others, the parade represented also a business opportunity for others to promote clothing or goods. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/bafa714b61ec4abb14017c380a5eec6f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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A 12-year-old Mexican boy saw a parade of people who wanted to take his gay uncle’s rights away. He wasn’t having it. Kim Horcher, Brett Erlich, and Francis Maxwell, hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://tytnetwork.com/join "A 12-year-old Mexican boy became an overnight icon after a journalist snapped a photograph of him attempting to block an anti-LGBT demonstration. The image was shot at a Saturday protest in Celaya, Guanajuato that targeted President Enrique Peña Nieto’s proposal to legalize same-sex marriage nationwide. The Celaya demonstration, which drew 11,000 people, was just one of dozens that took place across the country over the weekend following marriage equality victories in Mexico City and nine Mexican states, The Los Angeles Times reports. (Watch a short video of the protest below) Journalist Manuel Rodríguez originally published the image, which shows the boy standing in the middle of the street with his arms outstretched in an effort to block the oncoming march, in the Mexican publication Regeneración.”* Read more here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/mexico-gay-protest-photo_us_57d6dedae4b00642712e9ef5 Hosts: Kim Horcher, Brett Erlich, Francis Maxwell Cast: Kim Horcher, Brett Erlich, Francis Maxwell *** The Largest Online News Show in the World. Hosted by Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian. LIVE STREAMING weekdays 6-8pm ET. http://www.tytnetwork.com/live Young Turk (n), 1. Young progressive or insurgent member of an institution, movement, or political party. 2. Young person who rebels against authority or societal expectations. (American Heritage Dictionary) Download audio and video of the full two hour show on-demand + the members-only post game show by becoming a member at http://www.tytnetwork.com/join/. Your membership supports the day to day operations and is vital for our continued success and growth. Get The Young Turks Mobile App Today! Download the iOS version here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/the-young-turks/id412793195?ls=1&mt=8 Download the Android version here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tyt
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The all-gay dance company Mexico in Color takes "ballet folklorico," Mexico's beloved traditional folk dance, and mashes it with the flamboyant transgression of drag, a daring project in a country where folk dance is revered and machismo and homophobia loom large.
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(23 Jun 2018) Thousands joined Mexico City's 40th annual gay pride parade. The lively group danced to music blaring on loudspeakers as it made its way down one of the city's main avenues as soccer fans were celebrating the 2-1 win against South Korea at the World Cup. The event is expected to end up at the city's main central square known as the "Zocalo," more than three miles (4.8 kilometres) away from the parade's starting point. Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP_Archive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/APArchives Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/102011028589719587178/+APArchive Tumblr: https://aparchives.tumblr.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/ You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d134dc457df13c158549fe5babb5596d
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Don't forget to subscribe! http://bit.ly/2no8zq2 We went to PLAYA DEL CARMEN, MEXICO with three other gay couples who are dear friends of ours: Devon and Rob (dadsnotdaddies), Matt and Beau (ProbablyThis), and PJ & Thomas! We got to know each other even better and had a ton of fun. ---- DID YOU CATCH PART ONE?! https://bit.ly/2Lcv7sA Check out some of our other vacations! Portugal: https://bit.ly/2NJzY1Y South Korea: https://bit.ly/2uhNKB3 New York City Gay Pride: https://bit.ly/2twYqvh ---- Send a postcard or a letter! MAIL/PO BOX: P.O. Box 528 Richmond, Virginia 23218-0528
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Gay Parenting through Surrogacy. The surrogacy laws in Mexico makes the procedure to take the baby home very smooth. Gay surrogacy for males - It is one of the main reason why people from different countries come down to Mexico for Surrogacy. - http://www.placidway.com/article/1487/A-Safe-Option-for-Gay-Couples -Mexico-Surrogacy-in-Tabasco - We present you best option for surrogacy for male gay couples. Contact us! Contact us directly: http://www.placidway.com/contact/contact-us.php Email: [email protected] Phone: +1 303 500 3821 Website: http://www.placidway.com Transcript: Gay Surrogacy for Males Which father wouldn't like teaching his child to ride a bike? This and many more are things that any father should experience with child. But if the father is gay, does that mean denying him these exeperiences? Gay single men and couples should not be redarded as lessr parents, and should have the same rights as straight men, women and couples. This is where surrogacy comes in. For many in the gay men community, surrogacy is their best option if they are looking for a fulfilling family experience. Surrogacy options: Nowdays, the world of surrogacy is one that offers numerous options for gay men and dreaming of becoming parents despite the limitations. Thanks to advances in reproductive medicine and technology, there are now a number of options for gay single men and couples who wish to become parent/s and have a baby that is biologically related to them. Thank you Mexico Surrogacy for making our dream come alive. The proccess took les then espected, thanks to the wonderful staff. And now we are in proccess of incestor. Thank you again! Follow us: Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/placidways Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/placidway/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Placidway/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/placidway https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SIQiYSEOz1I Helpful tags: same sex marriage,gay marriage,adoption,gay adoption,Family,gay,surrogacy,children,gays with kids,gay dads,gay family,gay dad,gay dads with kids,gay wedding,lgbt,gay,dad,dads,family,gay marriage,adopt,kids,surrogate,kids,teens,teenage,Family Equality Council
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(23 Jun 2018) Thousands of people took part in Mexico City's annual Gay Pride parade on Saturday. Members of the LGBT community in one of Latin America's biggest cities walked down the city's iconic Reforma Avenue, wearing colourful costumes and chanted in support of gender freedom. The event is expected to last through the afternoon, and end up at the city's main central square known as the "Zocalo". Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP_Archive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/APArchives Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/102011028589719587178/+APArchive Tumblr: https://aparchives.tumblr.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/ You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b1cf4f3acb4c0df337ea0fa61160bd62
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For all gay and friendly bars, hotels, activities, restaurants, and shopping in Puerto Vallarta Mexico visit www.gaypv.mx. The Puerto Vallarta gay guide and and Mexico gay lifestyle magazine has interviews, feature articles and photos of the LGBT scene in the hotspots of Mexico.
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Puerto Vallarta Gay Pride 2014 featured a great concert with the Tuscon Arizona Men's Chorus group Reveille with the Puerto Vallarta Men's Chorus at Act 2 Entertainment. See some clips. For all things gay and friendly in Mexico, bars, clubs, hotels, restaurants, activities, calendar of events, and hot pics, visit www.gaypv.mx.
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Hotel Mercurio - Caters to Gay Men, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico Francisca Rodriguez 168, Puerto Vallarta, JAL, 48380, Mexico Adults-only hotel with outdoor pool, near Malecon Free continental breakfast and WiFi
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SHOTLIST 1. Tilt up from the feet to the faces of two dancers performing at the gay pride parade 2. Mid of young men banging on drums 3. Wide of performers on stilts 4. Mid of two people dressed in Mexican traditional costumes 5. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Julia Cruz, gay rights supporter: "We are all children of God. We cannot discriminate and that's why we are dressed in religious clothing from the Catholic Church, because they have stupidly taken on this role of discriminating against homosexuals." 6. Mid of float with indigenous gays and transgenders, from the Mexican state of Oaxaca, throwing condoms at member of the crowd 7. Mid of a parade participant on the float waving 8. Various of people walking in the gay parade 9. Mid of parade participant wearing a crown and waving from a vehicle 10. Mid of man waving a flag while riding his horse 11. Mid of parade participants riding horses 12. Mid of person dressed in traditional Mexican dress STORYLINE Approximately five thousand people filled the streets of the centre of Mexico City on Saturday to participate in a parade in celebration of gay pride. Participants walked, sang and danced their way through Paseo de la Reforma, one of the main avenues in the city. The Gay Pride march is marking its 35th year. Many participants dressed in colourful Mexican traditional costumes. Indigenous gays and transgenders from the Mexican state of Oaxaca, who are known as "muxes," joined the festivities. Muxe means homosexual in the indigenous Zapotec language. Gay rights advocates also turned out to march to promote gay rights in Mexico. "We are all children of God. We cannot discriminate and that's why we are dressed in religious clothing from the Catholic Church, because they have stupidly taken on this role of discriminating against homosexuals," said Julia Cruz, a gay rights supporter. Mexico City has recognised gay marriage since 2010, although Mexico as a whole doesn't. A festival followed the march, which ended at the central Zocalo Square. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/7d28ed404b2c84723e7504adb8e14e8a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Trémulo es un Short-film realizado por Roberto Fiesco en el 2015 cuenta la breve historia de Carlos, quien trabaja en una barbería donde conoce a Julio, un soldado que llega como cliente un día antes del 16 de septiembre. Julio sólo estará hasta que termine el desfile militar al siguiente día, por lo que su encuentro será fugaz pero contundente… Tipo de producción: Cortometraje, Año de producción: 2015, País: México, Formato: 35 mm, Dirección: Roberto Fiesco, Producción: Ernesto Martínez Arévalo, Iliana Reyes. Guión: Roberto Fiesco, Fotografía: Alejandro Cantú, Edición: Adriana Martínez, Sonido: Omar Juárez Espino, Armando Narváez del Valle. Música: Arturo Villela Vega, Dirección de arte: Jesús Torres Torres. Compañías productoras: IMCINE, Mil Nubes-Cine, Ruta 66. Reparto: Benny Emmanuel, Axel Arenas, Alfonso Bravo, Pascacio López, Giovanna Zacarías, Gustavo Terrazas, Roberto Fiesco Barrientos, Enrique Medina. Locación: Distrito Federal (México). Sinopsis Carlos barre y trapea los pisos de una peluquería de aroma antiguo. En la víspera del 16 de septiembre, entre los clientes, aparece Julio. Sus miradas se cruzan y a la hora del cierre Julio volverá por Carlos. Esa noche la pasarán juntos cenando, charlando e incluso bailando, con la conciencia de que ese encuentro será breve e irrepetible.
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We talk about the different Christmas traditions in Mexico vs Austria. When do you put up the tree? Who brings the presents? And what is a Krampus and why is this goat-demon-thing connected to Christmas?! And way more :) Check out our Blog: http://twobearslife.com/ And Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/twobearslife/ Music: http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music
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Mexican gestures II: money, gay, come, etc.. Señas en México II A very important part of our language is the gestures we do, and they differ from one culture to another. This video explains some gestures we often do that may seem weird, and what do they mean. On this second part we explain gestures to tell some one to come or to go away. A common gesture in English means gay in Mexico, in an offensive way. THere is a slang word in Spanish wich is puñal; it literally means dagger, but it's use to refer to homosexuals. Our gesture for money is very different from the one used in the US. We have a gesture to threat someone with revenge or telling the authority what they did. We have also a gesture to show something is hot, spicy, or too bad. Also a funny gesture for stingy, which in Mexico we use the word for elbow, codo, in informal situations. Another gesture is to ask people to share something, to invite you something, or to pay you a bribe. All these gestures are explained in this video. Become a Tapatío Virtual. Se un Tapatío Virtual. https://www.youtube.com/user/zmg4u Follow us on Facebook and Twitter https://www.facebook.com/zmg4u @zmg4u We know many people want to learn how to speak Spanish, but you can't learn a language without the culture behind it. Spanish is a multicultural language, since it's spoken in many countries, being the second most spoken native language in the world. Mexican Spanish is one of the most spoken, since Mexico has one of each four Spanish speakers. Therefore, it is very useful for a Spanish speakerto understand Mexican Spanish, and Mexican culture.
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(11 Sep 2016) Gay rights supporters took to the streets of Mexico City on Sunday in support of same-sex marriage, a day after thousands marched against the proposal. The demonstrators carrying banners and rainbow flags marched toward the capital's Metropolitan Cathedral. Sunday's march came after several demonstrations across Mexico opposing same-sex marriage. In May, President Enrique Pena Nieto proposed legalising same-sex marriage nationwide. Currently, the union of same-sex couples is legal only in some cities like Mexico City, the northern state of Coahuila and Quintana Roo state on the Caribbean coast. Pena Nieto's party suffered losses in mid-term elections in June and has largely sat on the initiative since then. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1b620c11a476b5860cdf92ae7e408af7 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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1. Wide of parade, people waving multicoloured flags 2. Pan from participant to people taking photographs 3. Two men dressed in typical Mexican women's clothes 4. Photographers taking pictures of drag queens, zoom in 5. Man standing in road dressed as an Aztec emperor 6. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Rocio Martinez, mother of gay man: "They said we offend, we damage, but that is due to the ignorance we have here in Mexico. Now it's a little bit better, we have seen a certain openness on this issue. But it's due to us, the parents supporting our children, that we have seen this openness." 7. Participants dancing during the parade 8. Someone holding up a banner reading: (Spanish) "I couldn't donate blood because I'm homosexual." 9. Man dancing 10. Various of parade along Reforma Avenue towards Zocalo Square 11. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Gabriela Serralde, director of LesbianBand: "Well here in Mexico we have seen some advances but we still have no social or civil rights. There is a "cohabitation law" in which through a contract at a notary we can establish that we are sharing our life with somebody but it's not a right on its own." 12. People watching parade 13. People throwing confetti from window 14. Various of parade 15. Child on a tricycle with multicoloured flag 16. Woman with typical Mexican dress sitting in Zocalo Square STORYLINE: Ten of thousands of people participated in Mexico City's Gay Pride Parade on Saturday with a similar amount of people just there to watch the festivities. The crowd marched along the tree-lined Paseo de la Reforma, finishing at Zocalo Square in the centre of Mexico City. The marchers demanded that Mexican President Felipe Calderon declare May 17 as a National Day against Homophobia as other countries have already done. Gay associations in Mexico claim Calderon is vetoing the initiative that was approved by the Mexican Congress in 2006. Another demand is that the government changes the Mexican penal code so it includes crimes of hate towards homosexuals. Activists say that in the last decade there have been hundreds of crimes against gays, transvestites or transgender people in Mexico. Despite these claims, some people at Saturday's parade said the situation has improved over recent years. "They said we offend, we damage, but that is due to the ignorance we have here in Mexico. Now it's a little bit better, we have seen a certain openness on this issue. But it's due to us, the parents supporting our children, that we have seen this openness," said Rocio Martinez who has a gay son. But another activist said despite the improved situation in recent years "we still have no social or civil rights". "There is a "cohabitation law" in which through a contract at a notary we can establish that we are sharing our life with somebody but it's not a right on its own," added Gabriela Serralde, director of the marching band 'LesbianBand'. Organisers said 200-thousand people took part in the event but police sources said the number did not reach 25-thousand. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a2fd4ac09d6b497f5ba963cd6bdf3f48 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Hey Terranovians, today we're taking you to gay beach in Puerto Vallarta. We're also going to be swimming in the ocean as the waves at this beach are a lot stronger than in Cancun. The gay beach is right in front of a place called Blue Chairs. Although it is a little quiet when we were there, this part of the beach gets crazy around Christmas and New Years, basically all of December and January. We also go out for happy hour. Mailing Address: Adam and Wil PO Box 40001 Baker Centre Edmonton, AB T5J 1M9 Canada
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Puerto Vallarta Gay Pride 2014 featured a great concert with the Tuscon Arizona Men's Chorus group Reveille with the Puerto Vallarta Men's Chorus at Act 2 Entertainment. See some clips. For all things gay and friendly in Mexico, bars, clubs, hotels, restaurants, activities, calendar of events, and hot pics, visit www.gaypv.mx.
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(18 Jun 2016) LEAD IN: Gay marriage is creating a boom in tourism in Mexico as honeymooners arrive to celebrate their nuptials and their honeymoon. It's a lucrative market, but not everyone is happy. STORY-LINE: Puerto Vallarta is located on Mexico's Pacific coast. Wedged between sandy beaches and jungle-covered mountains, the city has long been a popular destination for domestic and foreign tourists. Hollywood celebrities from the 1960s are credited with putting the city on the global tourism map. Since then it has become a hub for straight and gay travellers around the world. Over four million tourists arrive in Puerto Vallarta every year, injecting nearly $800 million into the local economy, according to the Puerto Vallarta Tourism Board. Gay tourism makes up 15 percent of the market and that's expected to grow because Mexico's Supreme Court overturned a Jalisco state law that prevented gay couples from marrying earlier this year. Tourism authorities and businesses are optimistic that more homosexual couples from Mexico and abroad will choose to get married here now that same-sex marriage has been legalised. In January 2016 Mexico's Supreme Court has struck down language in a Jalisco state law that defines marriage as between a man and woman. The decision means Jalisco becomes the fourth jurisdiction nationwide where gay couples can automatically get married, joining Coahuila and Quintana Roo states along with Mexico City. Weddings have already been held here and more are being planned. John and Rodney Williams recently exchanged vows in the US state of Oklahoma. The legalisation of same-sex marriage in Puerto Vallarta influenced their decision to honeymoon here. "It just shows you exactly how gay friendly you know Puerto Vallarta and Jalisco is becoming. And so I think when you look for those signs and you see them I think it kind of reaffirms what you're thinking that you're going to a place that's going to welcome you," says Rodney Williams. Local businesses are keen to make money from Puerto Vallarta's emerging same-sex marriage market. To help businesses improve their service to LGBT customers, a local commerce and tourism association is drafting a gay friendly certification programme which businesses will be able to use to attract more gay clientele. Don Pickens is the owner of Casa Cupula, a luxury boutique hotel overlooking Puerto Vallarta. The US Supreme Court legalised same-sex marriage in 2015, a decision that has been his occupancy rate and a growing number of gay newlyweds spend their honeymoon at his hotel. Pickens expects the legalisation of same-sex marriage in Jalisco will encourage more couples to plan to hold their nuptials as well as their honeymoons in Puerto Vallarta. In anticipation of growing demand Pickens has invested tens of thousands of dollars refurbishing Casa Cupula to host weddings. "Where I think it makes a huge difference is first of all in being a symbol of the acceptance of the gay community and gay marriage in Jalisco and in Mexico and in Puerto Vallarta and that is gigantic. And so I think that the fact that you can is as important as whether you actually will take your marriage licence in Puerto Vallarta," Pickens says. It's only in recent years that local tourism officials have actively targeted the LGBT community in their marketing campaigns. In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis and swine flu outbreak the following year, the Puerto Vallarta Tourism Board began attending LGBT travel expos and festivals in the United States and Canada to promote Puerto Vallarta as the ideal holiday destination for gay travellers. The Puerto Vallarta Board has also partnered with LGBT activist groups to strengthen the beach city's gay credentials. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/fa1d57f32bbc934c35f22fd61ed95d63 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Mexico City is seeking to become a Latin American mecca for gay tourism, even though there is still widespread discrimination against homosexuals. In March, the urban sprawl of some 20 million people celebrated the first legal gay and lesbian weddings in Latin America. And this week, authorities said they had opened the first tourism office for homosexuals in the region.Duration: 01:21
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