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Talking About LGBT Equality with Latinos & Hispanics

The Bottom Line

Latinos and Hispanics are solid supporters of fair and equal treatment for LGBT people. Talking About LGBT Equality with Latinos & Hispanics (which also includes Conversando con latinos sobre temas y personas gays), focuses on four key shared values - family, respect, faith, and opposition to discrimination - that form the foundation of effective conversations with Latino audiences. The guide also provides approaches for discussions that build support for marriage: a focus on shared values of family and fairness, and the importance of illustrating the harms of denying marriage to gay couples.

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Conversando con latinos sobre temas y personas gays

El apoyo de los latinos e hispanos a que se les dé un trato justo e igualitario a las personas LGBT es sólido. Conversando con latinos sobre temas y personas gays (que también incluye Talking About LGBT Equality with Latinos & Hispanics), se enfoca en cuatro valores fundamentales—familia, respeto, fe, y rechazo a la discriminación—que sirven como punto de partida para conversaciones efectivas con el público latino. La guía también brinda opciones de acercamiento para entablar discusiones que fortalezcan el apoyo para el matrimonio: un enfoque en los valores compartidos de familia y justicia, y un enfoque en ejemplos del daño que causa negarle el matrimonio a parejas gays.

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