Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Massachusetts, Connecticut and most recently Iowa, Vermont, Maine and New Hampshire...

...But astoundingly, still NO on Gay Marriage in the (seemingly homophobic) state of California! Isn't it time for Gay Hollywood to swing wide its collective closet doors and get on the stick here? (Metaphorically speaking, of course.)

Countries Where Gay Marriage is Legal
Mexico (since 2006) Croatia (since 2003), Denmark (since 1989), Finland (since 2001), France (since 1999), Germany (since 2001/expanded rights 2004), Hungary (since 1996/expanded rights as of July 1, 2009), Iceland (since 1996), Sweden (as of May 1, 2009), Norway (since 2008), Netherlands/Holland (no amendments needed; language of existing laws inclusive)Belgium (since 2003), Spain (since 2005), South Africa (since 2006), Luxembourg (since 2004 with limitations), New Zealand (since 2004), Portugal (since 2001), Sweden (since 1995/expanded rights as of April 1, 2009), Switzerland (since 2005), United Kingdom (since 2005), Canada (since 2004/2005, * )

*How to get married in Canada - http://lesbianlife.about.com/od/wedding/ht/CanadaMarriage.htm

US States Where Gay Marriage is Legal
Massachusetts(as of July 2008), Connecticut (as of October 10, 2008), Iowa (as of April 3, 2009),District of Columbia (no gay marriages performed but will recognize the rights of same-sex couples who wed in other jurisdictions), Vermont (as of September 1, 2009), Maine (as of mid September, 2009), New Hampshire (as of June 4, 2009), New York (no gay marriages performed but will recognize the rights of same-sex couples who wed in other jurisdictions), New Jersey (as of February 2007), Oregon (as of February 4, 2008), Washington (as of April 15, 2009)

No comments:

Post a Comment

Amazon SearchBox

Popular Posts

Followers

About Me

My photo
I'm just an ordinary housewife and mother...just like all you ordinary housewives and mothers out there.

Blog Archive