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Photo courtesy of the Institute for War and Peace Reporting. But her public life illustrates the contradictions over LGTBI rights in Trinidad and Tobago, one of seven Caribbean nations that criminalizes same-sex relationships. Inde Souza also became the first trans person to sue the state for a violation of her constitutional rights after she was arrested during a protest and officers subsequently spent hours taunting her about her sexuality and gender identity.

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Are the islands of Trinidad and Tobago safe for gay travelers to visit? I understand that homosexual acts are considered a criminal offense. How safe is it for a gay solo male traveler to visit the islands?

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The Catholic Church in Trinidad and Tobago has declared its support for an April 12 High Court decision that paved the way for making sodomy legal in that country. Homosexuals should be protected, and we should ensure that they are not subjected to discrimination or violence … They should be accepted with respect, compassion and sensitivity. Trinidad-born LGBTQ activist Jason Jones, who brought the case contesting the law, told local media he intended to continue the fight for same-sex marriage and adoption.

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Are the islands of Trinidad and Tobago safe for gay travelers to visit? I understand that homosexual acts are considered a criminal offense. How safe is it for a gay solo male traveler to visit the islands?

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Trinidad and Tobago held its first-ever Gay Pride Parade when members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT came out in their numbers and paraded through the streets of Port of Spain last week-end. The parade, which was preceded by a health fair at Nelson Mandela Park, St. Clair, Port of Spain, attracted not only members of the LGBT organizations but civil society groups and individuals throughout the country.

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It is a resounding win for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT activists in the country and in particular for Jason Jones, the claimant in the case. Jones, who challenged the law, is an openly gay citizen of Trinidad and Tobago who left the country because of severe discrimination on the basis of his sexual orientation. He visits the country from time to time and contended in his lawsuit that the buggery laws forced him to forego consensual sexual relations with a male partner or risk imprisonment.

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Trinidad and Tobago could make legal history in the Caribbean this week by rolling back long-standing homophobic laws. On Thursday, a high court judge, Devindra Rampersad, will deliver his verdict in a landmark case brought by a private citizen which, if successful, would set a legal precedent for removing similar laws in countries across the region. In it increased the maximum penalty againto 25 years.

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Gay sex between consenting men in Trinidad and Tobago could soon be decriminalised following a court judgment that campaigners said might spark similar decisions elsewhere in the Caribbean. A final judgment on how to deal with the sections of the act is expected in July, rights groups and local media said. In an online campaign, he said he wanted to challenge laws inherited while the country was under British rule.

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Jones, a native of Trinidad and Tobago and the United Kingdom, claimed Sections 13 and 16 of the Sexual Offenses Act violated his right to privacy and freedom of expression. Placide said she hopes the ruling in Trinidad and Tobago, along with a similar ruling in Belizewill carry the momentum to other parts of the region with anti-LGBTQ rules on the books. Activist Jason Jones sings the national anthem before hwading to the High Court to hear the ruling on his matter challenging buggery laws in Trinidad and Tobago pic.

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GoNomad CaribbeanCuba 0. Same-sex couples, on the other hand, frequently face these issues. In reality, two people fancying each other does not do the world any harm, and our validation of that fact should not even be considered requisite for people to continue with their romantic interests as they please. The Caribbean, where strict laws are rife and sexual liberalism is still something that occurs behind heavily curtained windows, can be a difficult one to maneuver when it comes to establishing which country thinks what.


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