EFEBy Fernando Gimeno Lima

Women's rights and LGBT+ activists see little choice in Peru's June 6 presidential runoff, which will pit two socially conservative candidates that oppose abortion, same-sex marriage and gender equality-based education.

Leftist rural schoolteacher and trade unionist Pedro Castillo and right-wing former first lady and ex-lawmaker Keiko Fujimori have radically different political and economic visions for Peru over the next five years.