An infograph all about how things they are a-changing in the U, S of A, this is absolutely fascinating.
Posts Tagged ‘ same-sex marriage ’
A Sinn Fein motion in Northern Ireland’s assembly to legalise same sex partnerships has been voted down. this is a set back but the fight for equality continues
Malta move towards same sex marriage with the formation of an LGBT inclusive advisory council. They are also looking into trans rights and hopefully this will all lead to a safer and more equal society for all Maltese LGBTs.
Today is an important date for the LGBT community of France. Today is the day that the French parliament is to make their decision on same-sex marriage and adoption.
New Zealand has become the 13th country to achieve marriage equality and we here in Ireland can only hope we take their lead and become the 14th.
The French governmant have taken another major step along the road to marriage equality, lets hope the members of our constitutional convension are watching.
The deadline for submissions to the constitutional convention on the topic of same sex marriage is tomorrow. If you haven’t aired your opinions on the topic, and have been meaning to, then set aside some time today so you can get your submission together ahead of the deadline.
Cllr. Gillian Wharton-Slattery’s motion was passed last night by Kerry County Council with 18 councillors voting in favour, 7 against, 1 absent and 1 abstaining.Fair play to Cllr. Wharton-Slattery for tabling it, but bit disappointing that about a quarter of council voted against.
On the corner of Vester Voldgade, Farvergade and Lavendelsgade, just by Copenhagen’s
Town Hall square, you may soon be able to enjoy a cup of coffee on a bench, in a square
dedicated to and named after gay rights activist, Axel Axgil.
Illinios has joined the growing number of places getting ready to accept our families and loving relationships as equal. Congrats to all those who worked on the campaign that saw the house vote in favour of full marriage rights for same sex couples.
Happy Valentines day! Do you know what beats any number of chocolate roses? Political support for the particular form of relationship that happens to apply to you or someone you know.
The French assembly has voted in large number to pass a clause central to the same sex marriage and adoption bill being feverishly debated all over the country at present. This is a step in the right direction but there is a long way to go.
At twenty years of age, marriage isn’t a huge concern for me right now. My lack of caring is only augmented by the fact that I am agnostic and bisexual – both of which make not thinking about the inevitability in Ireland of a church wedding (should I marry a man) is a preferable state of being.
The Bill which will change the marriage lsaw in the UK is set to be published today, so lets have a look at exactly what it is thought to contain and what its “quadruple lock” is all about.
Only about 18 months since Illinois legislated for same-sex civil unions in the state there are serious plans to introduce a bill for same-sex marriage early next month, possibly before the new legislature takes their seats.
The Uruguayan senate is about to receive a bill from the government that would legalise same sex marriage in the country. The bill was passed by the country’s lawmakers on Wednesday after a debate that lasted eight hours! In the end a wonderful show of support was expressed when no less than 81 of the 87 members of the Chamber of Deputies voted yes.
Good news from the UK as equal marriage plans are announced this afternoon. Not only that but couples will not be forced to split if one of them wants to legally change their gender, now that’s what I call progress.