St Kitts and Nevis; and Barbados Pride - Caribbean IRN Update August, September, October, November, December 2022
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The Trinidad Daily Express writes about Jamaica being homophobia's last stand while Global Voices suggests Yes and No to the question of whether the Caribbean is becoming more 'gay-friendly.
But while the laws might be changing, , Sizzla says he still not apologising to no 'battyman'
In Suriname, LGBT organisations condemn bullying as the Ministry of Education says it has zero tolerance for bullying in schools.
The Jamaica Gleaner editorialises about marital rape and the buggery law.
A letter from Nickoy D. Wilson in the Jamaica Gleaner reports about pilot research done about climate change and LGBT Jamaicans commissioned by the Equality for All Foundation.
CDEMA conducts a gender mainstreaming workshop and the World Meteorological Association Technical Focal Point for Antigua recognises LGBT persons as among the vulnerable populations to consider in planning for disaster management.
Our Theorizing Homophobias in the Caribbean collection has moved to our Caribbean Sexualities site.
A Happy 2023 to all from the Caribbean IRN team.
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