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Legalizing
Gay
marriages
Legalizing Gay marriages
Legalising gay marriages is more than 
accepting their marital status. It is 
recognising their r...
and the view on such marriages was 
turning positive. During June 2015, the 
Supreme Court had passed a landmark 
judgemen...
• Canada
• Norway
• Sweden
• Portugal
• Iceland
• Argentina
• Denmark
• Brazil
• France
• Uruguay
• New Zealand
• Luxembur...
• Ireland
• United States
Netherlands is the first nation to stop
discriminating gay marriages in April
2011. But it requi...
Out of the 31 states in Mexico, 3 states
have legalized gay marriages. The
federal district also allows same sex
marriage....
marriages – Slovenia, Australia and
Columbia are the only nationals which
are amidst the process of enacting
national laws...
government to enact such law as soon
as possible.
Research results on same sex 
marriages
The findings of a research condu...
Community
• 25% of gay partners have children and
they marry for their children particularly
• 93% of gay parents feel tha...
Apart from the above research, other
local researches also have shown that
married gay couples are happier, more
accepted ...
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Many nations are legalizing the gay marriages in their countries through required laws and policies. Whilst only 25 nations have undertaken this as of now, many more nations will follow suit and shall legalize gay marriage https://weddingdoers.com

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  1. 1. Legalizing Gay marriages
  2. 2. Legalizing Gay marriages Legalising gay marriages is more than  accepting their marital status. It is  recognising their rights, accepting them  as part of the social fabric and providing  them equal democratic, federal  and legal rights given to other normal  couples. The civil rights movement in  favour of gay marriages can be traced  back to the early 70s. When the first gay  marriage application was rejected in the  United States, the applicant was a law  student and took upon to fight for his  right. From the late 90s onwards,  different states have passed verdicts  favouring same-sex marriages… Page 1 of 8
  3. 3. and the view on such marriages was  turning positive. During June 2015, the  Supreme Court had passed a landmark  judgement legalizing the same- sex marriages in the United States. Legal status in other nations The status of gay marriages legalised in the following nations – • Netherlands • South Africa • Spain • Belgium … Page 2 of 8 Legalizing Gay marriages
  4. 4. • Canada • Norway • Sweden • Portugal • Iceland • Argentina • Denmark • Brazil • France • Uruguay • New Zealand • Luxemburg • United Kingdom • Scotland • Finland … Page 3 of 8 Legalizing Gay marriages
  5. 5. • Ireland • United States Netherlands is the first nation to stop discriminating gay marriages in April 2011. But it required having one member of the couple to be a Dutch national. The remaining countries followed suit enacting or tweaking marriage laws taking opinions from their nationals. Status in Mexico – Partly legalised in some states … Page 4 of 8 Legalizing Gay marriages
  6. 6. Out of the 31 states in Mexico, 3 states have legalized gay marriages. The federal district also allows same sex marriage. In the remaining 28 states, gay couples can legalize their marriage after receiving an injunction from a judge. Civil organizations are working to provide similar marriage status in these 28 states like the other 3 states. Status in other nations Among the other nations working towards legalizing same-sex… Page 5 of 8 Legalizing Gay marriages
  7. 7. marriages – Slovenia, Australia and Columbia are the only nationals which are amidst the process of enacting national laws to legalise gay couple marriages. Slovenia has passed the required bill in its Parliament and is awaiting the President’s signature. In Australia, though the states are trying to simplify the process, the national level law is still to be declared. A similar situation is prevailing in Columbia, where the law is yet to be passed declaring the legality of same sex marriages. The national courts are exerting pressure on the… Page 6 of 8 Legalizing Gay marriages
  8. 8. government to enact such law as soon as possible. Research results on same sex  marriages The findings of a research conducted on gay couple marriages are – • 93% of the gay persons marry for the love and commitment they share and receive • 60-70% of same sex couples feel more accepted by family and… Page 7 of 8 Legalizing Gay marriages
  9. 9. Community • 25% of gay partners have children and they marry for their children particularly • 93% of gay parents feel that their children are happy because of having married parents • Gay couples prefer marriage status rather than civil union, as the latter is seen as inferior relationship compared to marriage. … Page 7 of 8 Legalizing Gay marriages
  10. 10. Apart from the above research, other local researches also have shown that married gay couples are happier, more accepted and more productive thereby. More nations are expected to follow suit and legalise the marital status of same sex marriages. This shall also have economic impact where the nation’s GDP has a positive impact. Page 7 of 8 Legalizing Gay marriages
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