At the end of the day: Marriage Equality …. “Around the Globe”!!


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~~May 23, 2015~~

#LoveWins: Historic Victory for Marriage Equality in Ireland

GLOBAL MOMENTUM 

International Progress Toward the Freedom to Marry

“The global momentum for the freedom to marry reflects and reinforces the progress we are making here in the U.S. – and we look now to the Supreme Court to bring our country to national resolution,”

Evan Wolfson said today about historic Ireland marriage vote.

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https://www.facebook.com/freedomtomarry.org?fref=photo

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Nineteen countries have approved the freedom to marry for same-sex couples nationwide (Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Canada, South Africa, Norway, Sweden, Portugal, Iceland, Argentina, Denmark, France, Brazil, Uruguay, New Zealand, Britain, Luxembourg, Finland and Ireland), while two others have regional or court-directed provisions enabling same-sex couples to share in the freedom to marry (Mexico and the United States).

In Slovenia, Parliament approved a marriage bill in March 2015 and is headed to the president’s desk. Many other countries provide some protections for such couples. As more and more countries and parts of the United States win the freedom to marry, we see that families are helped, and communities and countries made stronger, by protecting all loving committed couples.

(Last Updated: May 2015)

“As it appears in … full read/full credit”

http://www.freedomtomarry.org/pages/international-progress-toward-the-freedom-to-marry

Very interesting read. Full information on marriage equality worldwide. Countries with freedom to marry.

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~~Countries with the Freedom to Marry~~

The Netherlands: April 1, 2001

Belgium: June 1, 2003

Spain: July 3, 2005

Canada: July 20, 2005

South Africa: November 30, 2006

Norway: January 1, 2009

Sweden: May 1, 2009

Portugal: June 5, 2010

Iceland: June 27, 2010

Argentina: July 22, 2010

Denmark: June 15,2012

Brazil: May 14, 2013

France: May 29, 2013

Uruguay: August 5, 2013

New Zealand: August 19, 2013

United Kingdom (England, Wales, Scotland)

Luxembourg: June 18, 2014

Finland: November 28, 2014

Ireland: May 23, 2015

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#MarriageEquality around the world

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~~10 Years of the Freedom to Marry in the United States …. Momentum~~

~~Published on May 16, 2014~~

It’s been 10 years since the beginning of the freedom to marry in United States and the founding of Freedom to Marry.

Celebrate how far we’ve come with this video retrospective.

The world is going in the right direction … let’s follow suit. 

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We ALL are connected through HUMANITY!! 

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We ALL are ONE!!

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Marriage Equality …. Slovenia!!


Slovenia

~~March 4, 2015~~ 

Slovenia became the first Central European country to pass marriage equality

On March 3, HRC commended the government of Slovenia for passing legislation that will make it the 21st nation to grant full marriage rights to all of its citizens.

“We commend the elected representatives of Slovenia for passing such historic legislation ensuring the nation’s LGBT citizens receive the rights they deserve, and we congratulate the LGBT activists and advocates who helped make this momentous day possible,”

said Ty Cobb, Director of HRC Global.

Slovenia’s national parliament approved the bill by a vote of 51 to 28. The bill will be sent to President Borut Pahor to sign into law.

Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark,France, Iceland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, South Africa, Scotland, Spain, Sweden, Uruguay, as well as England and Wales in the United Kingdom, have marriage equality laws that have gone into effect. In addition, Finland is set to extend full marriage rights to their LGBT citizens in the coming year.

The situation for LGBT people around the world varies widely, as some countries embrace equality, while in others, LGBT people continue to suffer from discrimination, persecution and violence.

Same-sex conduct is criminalized in 76 countries
In 10 countries same-sex conduct is punishable by death
So-called anti-LGBT “propaganda” laws inhibit LGBT advocacy in three countries
Same-sex marriage licenses are issued nationwide in 21 countries
In 2014 there were over 200 documented reports of transgender people murdered in 28 countries.

There continue to be countless undocumented cases of violence against transgender people throughout the world.

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http://www.hrc.org/

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To this day, it’s 21 countries

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#MarriageEquality #Slovenia #FirstCentralEuropeanCountry #TyCobb #DirectorHRCGlobal #HumanRightsCampaign #Argentina #Belgium #Brazil #Canada #Denmark #France #Iceland #Luxembourg #TheNetherlands #NewZealand #Norway #Portugal #SouthAfrica #Scotland #Spain #Sweden #Uruguay #England #Wales #UnitedKingdom #RightSideOfHistory #AroundTheGlobe #Transgender #LoveIsLove #GetOverIt #SomePeopleAreGay #Stonewall

#WeAllAreOne #ItIsWhatItIs #DrRex #hrexachwordpress

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~~WORLDWIDE GALLERY~~ 

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