A year-old pop star has become the first Mexican celebrity to publicly announce that he is gay. La familia Music videos Audio samples. Local parliaments in Mexico City and the northern state of Coahuila recently passed legislation allowing for same-sex civil unions despite the opposition of the Catholic church. Ironically, Christian played a naco character on the show. Anyway, this isn't exactly newsworthy, but it's all highly amusing. I think "fresinaco" - or "fresinaca" for the female cast members - works well.
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Gay pop star's "coming out" causes stir in Mexico
Archived from the original on June 9, Anytime one of the members of the Mexican pop sextet RBD makes news - usually for pretty inconsequential stuff, like denying anorexia rumors - traffic to my blog surges. Homosexuality is still barely out of the closet in most of Mexico, where sugary boy-meets-girl telenovelas heavily influence notions of love and romance and many in the Roman Catholic Church strongly oppose gay unions. The series had four seasons and one-hour episodes in total. Rebelde also ran a storyline in which one of the character's father went to the trouble of setting up his son with the father's trophy girlfriend to prove the young man wasn't gay. Christian Chavez, one of six members of the glitzy pop band RBD, told fans he was homosexual after photographs were published on a gossip Web site purporting to show him tying the knot with his partner in a ceremony in Canada. Just as expected, traffic to my blog is suddenly brisk.
The group made 9 studio albums, including records in Spanish, Portuguese and English. RBD came out of the teen telenovela Rebelde, which exited the Televisa airwaves months ago, but lives on in far away places like Romania and Peru. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Feedjit Feedjit Live Blog Stats. Just as expected, traffic to my blog is suddenly brisk. The message, interpreted by many reports as Chavez's official decision to come out of the closetmade international headlines due to Mexico's traditionally conservative roots. Archived from the original on March 5,