Tuesday, April 23, 2013

France and New Zealand Legalize Same-Sex Marriages

The momentum builds on the gay and lesbian marriage front. Civilized, reasonable countries are making the move. For the U.S. it is only a matter of time (let’s hope not too much time).
by Charlie Leck

Add France to the list of nations that recognize same-sex marriages. Just today (23 April 2013), legislators in France have passed a bill by an immense margin that will legalize such marriages. Under the new bill, same-sex weddings could begin as early as June.

New Zealand passed just such a law last week with very, very little controversy surrounding the action.

Call it momentum! It’s going to happen. The world is growing up and beginning to understand. There is some good old compassion at work here.

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