Mariela Castro Espín, daughter of Cuban leader Raúl Castro, speaks on the issues of same-sex marriage, HIV/AIDS prevention and LGBT rights in Cuba during a talk at the San Francisco Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center May 23, 2012 in San Francisco.
Mariela Castro Espín, daughter of Cuban leader Raúl Castro, speaks on the issues of same-sex marriage, HIV/AIDS prevention and LGBT rights in Cuba during a talk at the San Francisco Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center May 23, 2012 in San Francisco. Stephen Lam Getty Images
Mariela Castro Espín, daughter of Cuban leader Raúl Castro, speaks on the issues of same-sex marriage, HIV/AIDS prevention and LGBT rights in Cuba during a talk at the San Francisco Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center May 23, 2012 in San Francisco. Stephen Lam Getty Images

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