In general, Mexican politics is not consumed by values or lifestyle issues. But there are signs this is changing.
Consider the bill that came out of the Mexican senate 73-0 restricting the use of reproductive technology to married couples. It would also restrict surrogacy to relatives of the genetic parents. The same bill just got out of committee in the Chamber of Deputies. Now, Mexico has same-sex marriage, but the bill limits the use of reproductive technologies to couples diagnosed as infertile. That is, of course, aimed at keeping same-sex couples from reproducing.
Assuming that it passes, the courts could turn it into an effective dead letter. After all, being of the same sex is certainly an impediment to natural conception within six months, which is the bill’s definition of infertility. And it certainly is not exactly a big news item in Mexico. But a reaction to the blinding social changes of the last two decades is definitely out there.