11 countries where gay marriage is legal
“Culture wars! They are not, contrary to what U.S. media coverage might suggest, a wholly American phenomena,” reports Keith Wagstaff:
On Tuesday, France’s national assembly passed a bill to legalize gay marriage by a vote of 331-to-225 in the face of hundreds of thousands of protestors who overturned cars and fought off tear gas along the Champs-Elysees, according to The Associated Press. Last week, after facing stiff resistance from the conservative group Family First, the New Zealand parliament passed a bill legalizing same-sex marriage. Before that, on April 10, Uruguay’s parliament voted to become the second country in Latin America to recognize gay marriage despite strong Catholic opposition. (Argentina is the other Latin American country where same-sex marriage is legal.) The bills in New Zealand, France, and Uruguay are all expected to be signed into law.
i got this done at the red room in chico, ca by dylan (:
The most cute woman in the world <3