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gay marriage

adjective homosexual, homosexually bonded, homosexually joined, homosexually married, lessian bonded, lesbian joined, lesbian married, same sex, same sex wedded
Associated concepts: gay rights
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While progress can seem excruciatingly slow for gay couples stuck in legal limbo, the drawn-out process has allowed time for the consensus on gay marriage to shift.
The Cape and Islands NPR stations/Cape Cod Times poll shows that there is greater support on Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard for gay marriage than on the Lower Cape -- an area that includes Provincetown with its large gay population.
They announced that the issue of gay marriage was going to be a big problem for the Democratic Presidential candidates.
The submission from the Church of England will add to pressure on David Cameron, who has spoken out in support of gay marriage.
But regardless of your stance on gay marriage in America, you probably view it as a forgone conclusion.
Many legal observers read that as an indication that the nation's highest court will soon make gay marriage legal nationwide.
She said beyond Oregon's own experience with domestic partnerships, the passage of gay marriage laws in other states and countries is also leading to more acceptance of the concept among Oregonians.
While opponents of gay marriage are expected to appeal the decision, it may also be debated in the Legislature.
A previous report in November had claimed that Martin had secured Spanish citizenship in order to wed Abella under Spanish gay marriage laws.
org, the premier, free, nonpartisan, public charity whose aim is to provide readers with unbiased research on the country's most debated issues has completed its authoritative pros and cons on whether or not to legalize gay marriage.
Mitt Romney, who invoked the nearly forgotten law after gay marriage went into effect in 2004, once warned repealing the law would make Massachusetts the "Las Vegas of gay marriage.
It is my obligation not only as an elected official in a pluralistic society, but also as a Christian, to remain open to the possibility that my unwillingness to support gay marriage is misguided," he wrote in his book The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream.