• Lesbian Mother Wins Human Rights Case against Chile

    Lesbian Mother Wins Human Rights Case against Chile

    Photo Courtesy of Blabbeando In a precedent setting decision, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights ruled Tuesday in favor of Chilean lesbian judge Karen Atala Riffo, saying that the Supreme Court of Chile’s 2004 ruling that separated the mother from her three daughters was in violation of her right to equality and non-discrimination as stipulated in the American Convention on […]

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  • Lesbian Mother’s Discrimination Case Against Chile Begins

    Lesbian Mother’s Discrimination Case Against Chile Begins

    The Inter-American Court of Human Rights opened today in Bogotá, Colombia with the discrimination case of a Chilean judge who lost custody of her three daughters in 2004, after the Supreme Court of Chile ruled that allowing them to stay with their mother would leave them in a “situation of risk” and turn them into “objects of social discrimination.” This […]

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