It was a close vote but the Argentinian senate voted to make it legal for gays in their country to marry and to adopt.
http://www.google.com/hostednews/ukpres … 262nIBQZ9Q
Great, the "land of the free" is now less free than a country that spent much of the last 50 years under fascist dictatorship. Congratulations, religious right!
10 countries now:
2006 South Africa
Now look at women's suffrage.
New Zealand 1893
United Kingdom 1918
United States 1920
A lot of similarities: Scandinavia leads the pack (except Oceania), Canada well before the US, etc.
usually as time goes on and society develops it is more permissive,
it is like a cycle, then it will revert back again, non permissive
just like marriage, before there is no law on property or there are no organized religion, there is no signing of papers, just ceremonies,
there are no contract and people don't marry at all (by signing etc), by ceremonies only
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