The new US ambassador to the Dominican Republic has taken up his post and introduced the country to his husband, despite an outcry from religious groups over the fact that he is gay. James "Wally" Brewster arrived in Santo Domingo this week after months of protests from Catholic and evangelical Christian leaders who branded his appointment an insult to the Caribbean nation. The diplomat, who is believed to be the US's seventh openly gay ambassador, responded to the controversy with an upbeat promotional video on the embassy website which introduced his husband, Bob Satawake. Satawake chips in: "But we always return to the beauty of the Dominican Republic.
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Being queer in the Dominican Republic is safe, but the country is still behind on anti-discrimination laws, according to Leonardo Sanchez, the executive director of Amigos Siempre Amigos. If you are an openly gay person, maybe you cannot get the job you are in capacity to find. It is because of the stigma and discrimination. Watch Sanchez describe gay life and the work that remains to be done towards equality in the Dominican Republic in the video above.
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May 17, Blog. It has struggled for years to overcome the deep homophobia that pervades Dominican society and compels LGBT people to hide their identities. They have to live in a nuclear family that does not accept them, does not support them, cannot stand them. In the s, it turned its attention to countering homophobia and championing the human rights of LGBT people—undaunted by setbacks experienced along the way.
He meant that Mr. Brewster, to be an effective diplomat, would be wise to keep his husband, Bob Satawake, out of sight in a country where prejudice against gay people remains widespread. The advice went unheeded. Brewster and Mr.