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What were talking about here isnt seen much in tourist zones like Puerto Vallarta or Cancun. Its not what youd expect in Mexico City either, where gay marriage and adoption were sanctioned in 2010. But theses two stories are all too real and common, adapted from asylum testimonies given by men born and raised in different parts of Mexico. The details are graphic and often heartbreaking, but both stories have happy endings. Both men are now thriving in California, after being granted asylum in mid-2011. The East Bay Sanctuary Covenant, an admired immigrant advocacy group, provides an introduction, explaining just how typical these stories are. Theres much to love about Mexico. But only when we know stories like these can we help make LGBT lives there better.

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