Marriage Equality ….. “Greenland: 21st country in the world”!!


~~May 27, 2015~~ 

Greenland approves the freedom to marry for same-sex couples

By Adam Polaski
May 26, 2015 at 03:00 pm

Today, May 26, 2015, the Parliament of Greenland unanimously approved the freedom to marry for same-sex couples. The vote marks a big step forward for marriage for same-sex couples and shows that support and momentum are building around the world.

Greenland is an autonomous region in the Kingdom of Denmark, which has embraced the freedom to marry since June 2012.

Greenland is the latest to pass marriage legislation internationally. Just last week, the nation of Ireland voted overwhelmingly in favor of marriage for same-sex couples, becoming the first country to do so.


In total, same-sex couples can share in the freedom to marry in 21 countries on five continents.

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 but is not final.

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21 countries down, 175 to go

Could Ireland’s vote for same-sex marriage spark a global trend?



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In the four days since Ireland voted to legalize same-sex marriage, another country has already been added to the growing list of nations where couples of any gender can walk down the aisle.

Greenland’s parliament voted unanimously to adopt Danish laws allowing equal unions on Tuesday, becoming the 21st country in the world where gay people can get married.

That move was in the making long before Ireland’s referendum but the country’s historic vote on Saturday has renewed the push for equality around the world.

It reignited debate in Australia, Italy, Northern Ireland and other nations that do not yet recognize same-sex marriage.

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SCOTUS …. #LoveWillWin …. It is official!!


~~January 17, 2015~~ 

It’s Official: The Supreme Court will review the freedom to marry in 2015

By Adam Polaski
Jan 16, 2015 at 03:30 pm

Today, January 16, the United States Supreme Court announced that this year, they will hear arguments in a case on the question of whether same-sex couples should have the freedom to marry and if anti-marriage laws nationwide should be struck down as unconstitutional. The Court granted review of an out-of-step ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit, which ruled in November against the freedom to marry in Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee. In each of these cases, federal judges had ruled in favor of the freedom to marry for all, and the 6th Circuit reversed each decision.

The Court also set a briefing schedule in the cases, with the plaintiffs’ opening brief due February 27, the states’ response briefs due March 27, and final reply briefs April 17. That likely puts an oral argument in the case on track for late April, with a decision expected by late June 2015.

SCOTUS Blog has reported the argument will likely be April 29.



US Supreme Court agrees to rule on marriage equality nationwide! Decision to be issued in June!




It’s going to be an exciting few months for the freedom to marry!

The Court Rules Definitively on Gay Marriage

Gay marriage is now legal in 36 states and the District of Columbia, but what happens in the remaining states will depend on how the court rules. Given the momentum surrounding the issue of it’s hard for many analysts to see the session ending without the justices affirming that gay couples have the right to marry.

If they do, it would play right into the strategy of Freedom to Marry, the national campaign for marriage equality, which has been working to build pressure around the issue so the Court feels obligated to act.

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