28 Comments on “Cuba Gay Rights”

  1. all guy mardi gras wouldnt look right. what rights do they want marriage
    just cause you have the right doesnt mean you will end up finding someone
    its ridiculous that they call being gay the new black

  2. Pero que clase de descarado es el viejo hijo de puta ese.persiguio a los
    gay desde comienzos y ahora quiere hacerce el bueno dejandoles desfilar.lo
    que debio haber hecho es morirse antes de condenar la homosexualidad en cuba

  3. Ahí estuvimos mi novia y yo, ja ja ja ja, ella es la que está colgando la
    bandera cubana, que alegría poder haber ido a reclamar nuestros derechos,
    al fin Cuba esta haciendo algo por nosotros los LGTB, nos está escuchando,
    y eso es un pequeño paso…

  4. As many as it takes to remind people that same sex attaction has been part
    of mankind since humankind began and will be here long after both you and I
    are dead. How many of these videos will you continue to watch? And how much
    pleasure will you continue to derive from your own displeasure?

  5. It is good that the Cuban LGBT community was allowed some sort of festive,
    public ‘gay pride’ parade. The Cuban government has, slowly, been changing
    its anti-gay laws and trying to address anti-gay prejudice and
    discrimination within the society. Gender or sexual orientation should not
    erode a person’s human rights and human dignity

  6. parece que en cuba el movimiento popular lo esta haciendo la comunidad
    gay,porque hasta hoy,nunca he visto un grupo de jente en esa forma
    reclamando por los derechos humanos,es verdad lo que dicen,a la lucha a
    lucha no somos fuetes pero somos muchas,ahora lo que tenemos que hacer es
    salir a la calle y ensenarle al mundo la mierda que hace el comunismo con
    un pueblo entero,y que digan que los gays no somos cojonuos…

  7. viva la cominidad gay de cuba ojala un dia podamos casarnos y tener los
    mismos derechos que los heteros………………..

  8. @PrairieOasos Cuba has NEVER been an anti-gay country. There were problems
    with the LBGT community, but that was 60 years ago, at the beginning of the
    Cuban Revolution. Was your country (USA) pro-gay 60 years ago? No. Was it
    mine (Spain)? Neither. Castro always said that he never had anything
    against LBGT community. In fact, there have always been lots of groups and
    associations in Cuba, even making campaign for the use of condoms and safe
    sex. We can’t blame a country because of a few bastards.

  9. What is a communist? One who sets the interests of the working class
    (masses) above all other classes – the Communist Manifesto. Fidel and Raul
    have without limitations set for them selfs that goal of emancipating the
    working class in Cuba and in other nations. All state revenue is put back
    to the people, that is socialism. Even on gayrights, Cuba is more developed
    than any other nation in the America’S.

  10. Really. Then how do you explain Cuba if it’s not Communist? You can’t vote
    in Cuba. You’re not allowed to speak out against the government or else
    you’ll go to jail for 25 years. You’re not allowed to be prosperous and
    free in Communist Cuba.

  11. Aqui lo dice bien el que puso el commentario “no comment”. Esto de Mariela
    Castro, es justamente para que mas bien, los transexuales vayan a Cuba a
    hacerse las operaciones y les dejen los dollars, esto no es para acceptar
    los gays ni mucho menos. Lo que hay que hacer antes, es darle libertad al
    pueblo cubano, que puedan votar y botar a los Castro y a toda su pandilla
    que se eterniza en el poder.

  12. Raul Castro’s daughter is sexual medical, therefore supporting the LGBT
    community in Cuba increased from two years ago to date. La hija de Raul
    Castro es Sexologa, por ello el apoyo a las comunidades LGBT en Cuba
    aumentó desde hace dos años a la fecha.

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