RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Latin American liberalism must come out of its own "closet" to settle the debt it has with the LGBTIQ community, according to a group of young people from the region criticizing those who defend political and economic freedoms but at the same time oppose rights such as gay marriage.
This is reflected in the book "Freedom and Prejudice", a compilation of essays by 13 authors from 7 countries where they confront with personal testimonies and legal and ethical arguments the homophobic and anti-rights speeches that have traditionally characterized a broad sector of liberals in the . . .
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