7515 documents found
Syria: A Gay Eye on Syrian Unrest: 5 weeks of protests, 5 weeks of bloodshed, ILGA, 5/2/11: http://ilga.org/ilga/en/article/mXJBEVz1h2 (Sexual Minorities & HIV Status)
It was Good Friday, 22nd of April 2011, whilst I was trying to follow the news about the protests following the day Mr. Bashar al Assad announced lifting the 48 years state of emergency, I heard the great loud voice of protesters passing in front of my building ?Listen Bashar, Syrian blood is not for sale?. The journalist in me wanted to film and report, but it was the oppressed Syrian, the persecuted gay man, and the freedom craving heart that eventually won.
(PDF - 88 Kb) Document Date: 2 May 2011 (Downloads: 44)
Syria: A Gay Voice from Syria: On the Revolution, Freedom and Rights, ILGA, 4/26/11: http://ilga.org/ilga/en/article/mX9AXxJ1z1 (Sexual Minorities & HIV Status)
Syria, like all Arab countries, is a country of social traditions. Homosexuality is still a sin to all Syrians and it is punishable by law. LGBT people are the subject of people?s hatred and mockery. In the immediate future, we will suffer more no matter what happens. If Assad remained in power, he will try to reassure Islamists who think LGBT people must be killed, (Assad has started doing that by issuing an order to start ?Al-Sham Higher Institute of Islamic Studies and Research?). If Assad?s regime collapsed, the country will be unstable for an unknown time.
(PDF - 101 Kb) Document Date: 26 Apr 2011 (Downloads: 38)
Uzbekistan: Harsh Jail Time for Uzbek AIDS Activist, ILGA, 3/25/10: http://ilga.org/ilga/en/article/mmofiGt1nl (Sexual Minorities & HIV Status)
Dictatorship says brochure on same-sex relations an ?assault on minors?<br>
The ruling dictatorship in Uzbekistan has jailed Maxim Popov, a 28-year-old psychologist and AIDS activist in the capital of Tashkent, for seven years for promoting homosexuality and thus corrupting minors through his HIV-prevention work. Popov?s jail sentence was also based on other charges stemming from his activism.
(PDF - 95 Kb) Document Date: 25 Mar 2010 (Downloads: 32)
Honduras - Faces of Immigration: Transgender immigrant avoids deportation - by CINDY CARCAMO, www.ocregister.com, 02/17/11: http://www.ocregister.com/news/carolina-288515-immigration-woman.html (Sexual Minorities & HIV Status)
The children on the playground ridiculed her. Her father whipped her. Police officers tortured and molested her. But it wasn't until after military officials gang raped her, Carolina said, that she took action on her dream: to leave her native Honduras for a safer life in Americ <br><br>
"I don't want to return to my country," she said behind bars in a 2010 interview. "I'll be persecuted by my family, police... the military. It's horrible. I came escaping all of that. I'll be tortured." <br><br>
Patterson told an immigration judge that Carolina would likely be persecuted and tortured if deported to Honduras. He submitted Carolina's story about rape, torture and abuse at the hands of her father, military and police officials, which helped to ultimately convince the judge to issue a "withholding of removal and relief under the convention against torture."
(PDF - 206 Kb) Document Date: 17 Feb 2011 (Downloads: 49)
Police in Grenada accuse man of having gay sex - By Linda Straker, Associated Press, 05/25/11: http://www.mercurynews.com/breaking-news/ci_18138494?nclick_check=1 (Sexual Minorities & HIV Status)
ST. GEORGE'S, Grenada (AP) - Police have arrested a man for having sex with another male on the eastern Caribbean island of Grenada, where a law against homosexual acts remains on the books but is rarely enforced. <br><br>
A 41-year-old man was charged with having sex with an unidentified 17-year-old man, Grenada's director of public prosecution, Christopher Nelson, said Wednesday.
The age of sexual consent in Grenada is 16 but while the sex in question was consensual, local law prohibits sodomy under the charge of "unnatural connection." <br><br>
Grenada is one of several Caribbean nations that has laws banning sex between men. The penalty in most islands, including Grenada, is up to 10 years in prison, although Barbados and Guyana have life imprisonment, according to a 2010 United Nations report.
(PDF - 237 Kb) Document Date: 25 May 2011 (Downloads: 47)
Investigación apunta a la policía como grupo más intolerante a la diversidad sexual / Investigation identifies the Police as the group most intolerant of sexual minorities - by Camila Maciel Adital journalist, www.adital.com.br, on 04/15/11: http://www.adital.com.br/site/noticia_imp.asp?lang=ES&img=S&cod=55609 (Sexual Minorities & HIV Status)
This document was translated in full by East Bay Sanctuary Covenant, Berkeley CA <br><br>
The police was identified by 42.8% of the interviewees as the group most intolerant of the [gay] community. In second place, with 35.3% were ?persons of your church or congregation.? The option of ?friends? was seen the group with greatest tolerance, with 82.9%, followed by family, with 75.4%. <br><br>
One of every two persons interviewed affirmed discrimination is the main problem for lesbians, homosexuals and bisexuals. Runners up are the lack of acceptance and critism/provocation. Taking into account economic level as a variable, almost 58% of persons of low to very low income think discrimination is the main problem. On the other hand, only 37.4% of the interviewees of medium to high socioeconomic level think the same. <br><br>
La policía fue señalada por el 42,8% de los entrevistados como el grupo más intolerante al sector. En segundo lugar, con 35,3%, aparecen las "personas de su iglesia o congregación?. Al lado opuesto, la opción "amigos? es mostrada como la de mayor tolerancia, con 82,9%; y a continuación aparece la familia, con 75,4%. <br><br>
Para una de cada dos personas investigadas, la discriminación es el principal problema enfrentado por lesbianas, homosexuales y bisexuales. A continuación aparece la falta de aceptación y las críticas/provocaciones. Considerando la variable nivel económico, cerca de 58% de las personas con nivel bajo o muy bajo de ingresos, opinan que la discriminación es la principal cuestión. Por otro lado, solo 37,4% de los entrevistados de nivel socioeconómico entre medio y alto, expresan la misma opinión. <br><br>
Para ver íntegramente la investigación: / To see complete survey [in Spanish]: http://www.conapred.org.mx/redes/userfiles/files/ENADIS-2010-RG-SemiAccs-02.pdf
(PDF - 205 Kb) Document Date: 15 Apr 2011 (Downloads: 39)
Mexico: Yucatán cuarto lugar nacional en crímenes por homofobia / Yucatán: Ranks Fourth Place in Homophobic crimes in the Nation - by www.yucatanahora.com, on 01/19/11: http://www.yucatanahora.com/noticias/yucatan-cuarto-lugar-nacional-crimenes-por-homofobia-10872/ (Sexual Minorities & HIV Status)
This document was translated in full by East Bay Sanctuary Covenant, Berkeley CA <br><br>
Despite the programs of raising public awareness carried out by NGO's,state and federal departments, such as the Secretaries of Education and Health, and including, the church itself, this "irrational hate" increases in the country, and Yucatán is no exception. <br><br>
Actually, the Federal District (DF) occupies first place, followed by the State of Mexico, Veracruz and Yucatan, with the last one, from 2004-2007, having 26 people who were brutally murdered for being gay. <br><br>
However, according to the National Commission on Human Rights (CNDH), it is established that for each reported case there are at least three which are not reported, in many cases because there is no response from the authorities, and for that reason the social homophobia persists. <br><br>
Pese los programas de concientización que imparten organismos no gubernamentales, dependencias estatales y federales, como las secretarías de Educación y de Salud, e incluso, la propia iglesia, este "odio irracional" aumenta en el país, y Yucatán no es la excepción. <br><br>
Actualmente, el Distrito Federal ocupa el primer lugar, le sigue el Estado de México, Veracruz y Yucatán, éste último, de 2004 al primer semestre de 2007, eran 26 las personas que fueron asesinadas con saña por ser homosexuales. <br><br>
Aunque, de acuerdo con la Comisión Nacional de Derechos Humanos (CNDH) establece que por cada caso reportado hay por lo menos tres que no se denuncian, en muchos casos porque no hay respuesta de las autoridades, o bien, persiste la homofobia social.
(PDF - 322 Kb) Document Date: 19 Jan 2011 (Downloads: 48)
Es alta la homofobia en México: CNDH - Homophobia is high in Mexico: CNDH- by Judith García, www.oem.com.mx on 11/13/09: http://www.oem.com.mx/elsoldehidalgo/notas/n1360876.htm (Sexual Minorities & HIV Status)
"Indicó que la persistencia de prejuicios como la homofobia y el machismo originan la segregación de hombres y mujeres homosexuales, bisexuales y transgéneros, y los convierten en víctimas frecuentes de extorsión, humillación, así como expulsión de sus comunidades o de sus familias, incluso de lesiones y asesinato. <br><br>
Aunque el derecho a la no discriminación está jurídicamente garantizado por el artículo 1º Constitucional, y algunas entidades federativas cuentan con leyes específicas en la materia, la homofobia -el perjuicio que atribuye características negativas a las personas por ser o parecer homosexuales- sigue siendo causa de violaciones a derechos fundamentales y motivo para que la CNDH se pronuncie en favor de que el 17 de mayo sea considerado "Día Nacional de la Lucha Contra la Homofobia". <br><br>
"It was shown that the persistence of prejudices such as homophobia and machismo causes the segregation of homosexual men and women, transsexuals, and transgenders and transforms them into frequent victims of extortion, humiliation, as well as expulsion from their communities or their families, and even injuries and murder. <br><br>
Even though the right to non-discrimination is legally guaranteed by Article 1 of the Constitution, and some federal entities rely on laws specific to the subject, homophobia - the prejudice which attributes negative characteristics to people for being or appearing to be homosexuals - continues being the cause of violations to the fundamental rights and the motive for the CNDH to announce in favor of the 17th of May being considered as "National Day of the Fight Against Homophobia."
(PDF - 92 Kb) Document Date: 13 Nov 2009 (Downloads: 49)
Mexico: "Crímenes de odio por homofobia, los otros asesinatos de Ciudad Juárez" / "Homophobic hate crimes, the other murders of Ciudad Juarez" - by Sergio G. Sánchez Díaz, Anodiz, on 12/16/10 : http://anodis.com/imprimir.asp?id=17254 (Sexual Minorities & HIV Status)
El libro de Efraín Rodríguez Ortiz aborda la problemática de los
crímenes por homofobia en Ciudad Juárez, es decir, estudia una
parte de los crímenes que en esa ciudad tienen lugar, no sólo los
feminicidios, o los asesinatos masivos. En ese panorama
sangriento, también se asesina a ?los otros?, a los homosexuales.
Este libro refleja una gran preocupación sobre el problema de la
homofobia en nuestras sociedades en general, y en Ciudad Juárez
en particular. El autor, con gran conocimiento sobre el tema,
explora el problema en sus diversas aristas: en lo teórico y, lo más
importante e inquietante, en sus manifestaciones en Ciudad
Juárez, cuestión ésta que, hasta ahora, no había sido desarrollada.
(PDF - 74 Kb) Document Date: 16 Dec 2010 (Downloads: 39)
Mexico: Denuncian acoso a la comunidad gay en la UNAM-Reported Harassment of the Gay Community at UNAM-By Emir Olavres Alonso-La Jornada-02/14/08-http://www.jornada.unam.mx/2008/02/14/index.php?section=sociedad&article=038n3soc (Sexual Minorities & HIV Status)
This document and it's full translation provided by Immigration Equality, New York, NY <br><br>
Students from different departments of the National University of Mexico (UNAM), that make up the University Front Against Discrimination, reported that this past November 23rd, members of the University Security ?assaulted, insulted, beat, and illegally detained for over four hours? Samuel Santa Rosa, a law student, and his partner Victor Chavarria ?without any cause or reason?, demanding that the authorities ?immediately stop the ?harassment? of members of the lesbian and gay community by security personnel. <br><br>
Estudiantes de diferentes facultades de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), que conforman el Frente Universitario contra la Discriminación, denunciaron que el pasado 23 de noviembre integrantes de auxilio de esa institución ?agredieron, insultaron, golpearon y privaron ilegalmente de su libertad por más de cuatro horas? a Samuel Santa Rosa, de la Facultad de Derecho, y a su pareja Víctor Chavarría ?sin causa o motivo alguno?, por lo que exigieron a las autoridades ?el cese inmediato del hostigamiento? del personal de seguridad contra los integrantes de la comunidad lésbico-gay.
(PDF - 195 Kb) Document Date: 14 Feb 2008 (Downloads: 42)
"Survey on the Degree of Conformity to Norms and Values in Trinidad & Tobago" commissioned by the Government's Ministry of Social Development in 2009 and conducted by the UWI-St. Augustine ANSA McAl Psychological Research Centre, under the supervision of Derek Chadee. One of the study's 15 areas of interest was "perceptions on homosexuality", because "the prevalence of this lifestyle is no longer an issue that can be ignored nor hidden as its portrayal in the media is easily seen and accessed." - Excerpt: http://gspottt.files.wordpress.com/2011/05/social-norms-volume-2-final.pdf (Sexual Minorities & HIV Status)
The contradiction between political correctness and acceptance of homosexuals as well as religious condemnation of such behaviour creates dissonance which the majority of the population may have. These inconsistencies between rational/legalistic action and traditional action need to be resolved if possible to reduce not only psychological tension but the discriminatory behaviour that can arise from stereotyping.? <br><br> The study?s ?final sample consisted of 1,988 respondents in Trinidad and 319 respondents in Tobago? 15 years or older. A ?proportionate stratified random sampling? ?across administrative areas in Trinidad and parishes in Tobago?, ?utilizing the cluster method?, was used. The instrument was administered from May 22 to June 22, 2009. The 392-page report is being made available to the public in six PDF volumes.
(PDF - 1,131 Kb) Document Date: 10 May 2011 (Downloads: 45)
Crimenes de Odio en Guatemala- Una aproximación a los retos y desafíos para el desarrollo de una investigación sobre los crímenes en el país en contra de gay, bisexuales y trans / Hate Crimes in Guatemala- An approximation to the obstacles and challenges for the development of research of the crimes in the country against gay, bisexuals and trans - by Colectivo Amigos Contra SIDA, April 2010 [04/30/10]: http://www.amigoscontraelsida.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=section&layout=blog&id=13&Itemid=90 (Sexual Minorities & HIV Status)
Listado de acronimos 6 <br>
Introducción 7 <br>
Objetivos del estudio 9<br>
Metodologia de trabajo 9 <br>
Definiciones importantes 12 <br>
Crimenes de Odio 12 <br>
Hallazgos 16 <br>
Conclusiones del Estudio 47 <br>
(PDF - 717 Kb) Document Date: 30 Apr 2010 (Downloads: 52)
LGBTs stage festival in Belarus, marchers arrested- By Rex Wockner International News #891, on 05/23/11 (Sexual Minorities & HIV Status)
Organizers' applications to stage a march were rejected by city
authorities but two groups of activists held marches anyway on May 17, the
International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO). <br><br>
One march was terminated by police and 15 people were arrested, then
released, according to reports. <br><br>
In the other action, several activists from IDAHO-Belarus marched in
central Minsk for 10 minutes with rainbow flags and a mock coffin to
symbolize the death of freedom of assembly.
Police arrived at the march's endpoint and confiscated the coffin and
other items but didn't arrest anyone. See tinyurl.com/minskem for video
and tinyurl.com/ukgaynews-m for photos and more details.
(PDF - 25 Kb) Document Date: 23 May 2011 (Downloads: 47)
Montenegro gay concert tear-gassed- by Rex Wockner International News #891, on 05/23/11 (Sexual Minorities & HIV Status)
Assumedly anti-gay hooligans tear-gassed an International Day Against
Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO) concert in Montenegro's capital,
Podgorica, on May 17, according to the European Parliament's Intergroup on
The report said about half the audience dispersed and some people sought
medical attention. <br><br> "Today we saw firsthand the total lack of political will from national
authorities to protect LGBT people and their supporters," said MEP Ulrike
Lunacek, co-president of the Intergroup. "As Montenegro further progresses
as a candidate to join the European Union, all its citizens must be
protected and respected by authorities."
(PDF - 24 Kb) Document Date: 23 May 2011 (Downloads: 46)
Belize churches join GOB in court battle against homosexuals - by Adele Ramos - , www.amandala.com.bz, on 05/22/11: (Sexual Minorities & HIV Status)
Belize?s criminal code calls for imprisonment for 10 years for persons who have intercourse ?against the order of nature? with a person or animal, once they are convicted of the act. UNIBAM is challenging the constitutionality of the law. <br><br> The churches made the application last week to join the Attorney General of Belize, whom UNIBAM is suing over homosexual rights, to defend the laws currently outlawing sodomy. The churches are seeking to be added as an ?interested party? in the Supreme Court case, to be heard on July 13.
According to the joint press release from the churches on Wednesday, May 18, ?This [UNIBAM] lawsuit was filed to establish a new ?right? to engage in homosexual acts in Belize. In every country that has granted a new ?right? to homosexual behavior, activists have promoted and steadily expanded this ?right? to trump universally recognized rights to religious freedom and expression.?
(PDF - 74 Kb) Document Date: 22 May 2011 (Downloads: 47)
2008 Human Rights Report: Saint Lucia: Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor 2008- Country Reports on Human Rights Practices 02/25/09: http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/hrrpt/2008/wha/119172.htm (Sexual Minorities & HIV Status)
Other Societal Abuses and Discrimination <br>
There was widespread social discrimination against homosexuals in the deeply conservative,
highly religious society. There were few openly gay people in the country. There were at least
two cases of violence against homosexuals, including one young man who was killed when he
was hung from a tree because he was openly gay. <br><br>
There was widespread stigma and discrimination against persons infected with HIV/AIDS,
although the government implemented several programs to address this issue, including a ?ve-
year program to combat HIV/AIDS. The UN Population Fund also provided support for youth-
oriented HIV/AIDS prevention programs. An HIV-positive woman who worked for the
government quit in protest over demeaning conditions in the workplace after her supervisor
mandated that she use the restroom at speci?c times only, after which staff would clean the
(PDF - 131 Kb) Document Date: 25 Feb 2009 (Downloads: 49)
Cyprus: Still bottom of the list on LGBT rights -By Poly Pantelides , www.cyprus-mail.com, on05/18/11: http://www.cyprus-mail.com/cyprus/still-bottom-list-lgbt-rights/20110518 (Sexual Minorities & HIV Status)
Yesterday marked International Day against Homophobia, during which the numbers were released, according to which almost half of LGBT individuals are psychologically abused, while a further 15 per cent are victims of physical abuse including rape. <br><br> The only three countries scoring worse were Moldova and Belarus with three negative points and Ukraine finishing last with four. ?When we had to decriminalise homosexuality ten years ago there were 44 MPs in the house. When it was time to pass the bill, only six stayed behind to vote. The rest didn?t want to raise their hand in favour of the legislation and imagine that was something we had to do!? DISY?s Christos Pourgourides said during the news conference.
(PDF - 254 Kb) Document Date: 18 May 2011 (Downloads: 46)
Discriminan a homosexuales estudiantes de la UV, asegura antropóloga / Homosexual students are discriminated at the University of Veracruz, declares anthropologist- by Karla Cancino/Diario de Xalapa, www.oem.com.mx, on 05/18/11: http://www.oem.com.mx/diariodexalapa/notas/n2082180.htm (Sexual Minorities & HIV Status)
The expert on the topic of sexual diversity claims that the results obtained from surveys are something to be worried about, and that they reflect the poor quality on sexual education, and over all, how discrimination acts are deeply rooted among young people. <br><br>
80 percent assure that they would neither live nor share some space with an ill person. <br><br>
Discrimination rates against people with HIV are even worse. The doctor's themselves had acknowledge their denial of treating people infected with the AIDS virus, "the doctors themselves refuse to work in their mouths, perform surgeries and even force women to go through an operation that would prevent them from having babies", Patricia Ponce explained. <br><br>
The rejection against people who is different, is something that has been encouraged since childhood, this is the reason why is very difficult to eradicate, "we are a country extremely conservative, racist, homophobic and misogynic, and to ask who taught me how to be a homophobic, the answer is the same: My family". Conjunctively, schools have not implemented any programs directed to promote acceptance and tolerance, "this is happening in primary schools, at the kindergarten level teachers have questions on what to do with the effeminate kids, the weird ones or the ones who masturbate, so what they do is to call their fathers, whom usually have less information than them, and referred them to a psychologist."
<br>========================<br>La especialista en temas de diversidad sexual señaló que los resultados obtenidos en las encuestan son preocupantes y reflejan la mala calidad de la educación sexual, pero sobre todo, lo arraigado que están los actos de discriminación en los jóvenes. <br><br>
el 80 por ciento asegura que no viviría ni compartiría un espacio con algún enfermo".
Los índices de discriminación contra las personas con VIH son aún más graves, debido a que los propios médicos han reconocido su negativa a tratar a personas con el virus del Sida, "los propios médicos que se niegan a arreglarles la boca, hacerles intervenciones quirúrgicas u obligan a las mujeres a hacerse operación para no tener hijos", explicó Patricia Ponce. <br><br>
Añadió que el rechazo contra las personas con diferencias es un asunto que se ha ido fomentando desde pequeños, por lo cual, resulta más difícil de erradicar, "somos un país profundamente conservador, racista, homofóbico y misógino y al preguntar quién me enseñó a ser homofóbico, la respuesta es la misma: Mi familia". Aunado a esto, dijo, en las escuelas no se han implementado programas orientados a aceptar y tolerar las diferencias, "en las escuelas primarias se reproduce eso, he visto profesoras de kínder que tienen preguntas sobre qué hacer con niños afeminados, raritos o que se masturban y lo que hacen es llamar al padre, que tiene menos información al respecto y canalizarlo a un psicólogo".
(PDF - 374 Kb) Document Date: 18 May 2011 (Downloads: 44)
Gay rights activists up in arms against hate crime BEA CUPIN, GMA News 05/19.11: http://www.gmanews.tv/story/221062/nation/gay-rights-activists-up-in-arms-against-hate-crime# (Sexual Minorities & HIV Status)
His hands and feet bound and his body riddled with stab wounds, Palanca award-winning writer Winton Ynion was found dead in his Quezon City condominium unit two years ago. He was homosexual. <br><br>
It was the death of Ynion and of many others that prompted several LGBT rights groups ? including Ladlad, ProGay, and Queer Pagan Network ? to march to the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) in Quezon City on Tuesday to present a list of 56 homosexuals whose deaths remain unsolved. <br><br>
Up until 2009, no authoritative list of suspected hate crimes in the country existed although they were happening everywhere. That same year, LGBT group leader Marlon Lacsamana lost two of his gay friends, one of whom was Ynion, to crimes which he believed were triggered by hate.
(PDF - 59 Kb) Document Date: 19 May 2011 (Downloads: 52)
Impunes, 10 crímenes de odio y homofobia en la entidad: Comité Orgullo Puebla / Umpunished, 10 hate crimes and homophobia in the Attorney General?s Office: Puebla?s Pride Committee. / by Arturo Alfaro Galán, www.lajornadadeoriente.com.mx, 05/18/11: http://www.lajornadadeoriente.com.mx/2011/05/18/puebla/jus205.php (Sexual Minorities & HIV Status)
There are already 10 crime cases of hate and homophobia which had remain unpunished in this regional entity since 2005, due to the lack of interest from the Attorney General of Justice (Procuraduria General de Justicia, PGJ) by not pursuing nor punishing to whom had committed murder against homosexuals, said Brahim Zamora, representative of Committee Puebla Pride. <br><br>
In a press conference, the representative of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Transsexual Community (LGBTT) criticized that the state government and its local members have not yet legislated to improve the quality life for this people in the community. <br><br>
Zamora explained that most of the unpunished cases correspond to homosexuals and transsexuals who had been brutally murdered, while the rest were against lesbians. <br> ====================================<br>
Son 10 los casos de crímenes de odio y homofobia permanecen impunes en la entidad desde 2005, debido a la falta de voluntad por parte de la Procuraduría General de Justicia (PGJ) para investigar y castigar a quienes cometieron un asesinato contra homosexuales, señaló Brahim Zamora, representante del Comité Orgullo Puebla. <br><br>
En rueda de prensa, el representante de la Comunidad Lésbico, Gay, Bisexual, Transgénero y Transexual (LGBTT) de Puebla criticó que el gobierno del estado y los diputados locales no han legislado para mejorar la calidad de vida de este sector de la población. <br><br>
Zamora detalló que la mayoría de los casos impunes corresponden a homosexuales y transexuales, quienes fueron asesinados ?de manera brutal?, mientras que el resto ocurrieron contra lesbianas.
(PDF - 136 Kb) Document Date: 18 May 2011 (Downloads: 48)