Cuban gay rights activists led by the daughter of President Raul Castro marched in Havana on Saturday (May 9) to promote acceptance of gay and transgender Cubans in a country once notoriously hostile toward them. Several hundred people turned out for the gay pride parade and carried rainbow and Cuban flags. Cuban gays have made great strides in recent years, largely because of Mariela Castro's political standing, but same-sex marriage and civil unions remain illegal.
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