A district court in Japan has in a landmark decision ruled that the country's failure to recognise same-sex marriage is "unconstitutional". But a Sapporo court ruled that this denied the couples constitutionally-guaranteed equality, in what is seen as a symbolic victory for LGBTQ activists. Japan is the only country in the G7 group of developed nations that does not allow same-sex marriage. The case was one of several brought to district courts in various parts of Japan by a group of same-sex couples who are seeking damages for mental suffering. We are moving closer to making our dream come true.
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For many years, same-sex marriage has been a hot topic of endless debate. Supporters of same-sex marriage say that a relationship and subsequent marriage between two people of the same sex is natural and normal. These supporters believe that a person does not choose to be gay and is instead born this way. Supporters also say that same-sex couples are just as capable as heterosexual couples when it comes to getting married, living together, and raising children.
Ireland becomes first country to legalise gay marriage by popular vote
By Sarah Estes and Jesse Graham. After evading the question for months, he finally made his position clear in a TV interview. The battle lines are thus drawn over what is sure to be an explosive issue in the US election. Proponents of gay marriage in the US could take a few pointers from the British prime minister, David Cameron. Last September, he famously addressed the Conservative party conference with a plan to legalise gay marriage before
Ireland has voted by a huge majority to legalise same-sex marriage, becoming the first country in the world to do so by popular vote in a move hailed as a social revolution and welcomed around the world. The result means that a republic once dominated by the Catholic church ignored the instructions of its cardinals and bishops. Out of an electorate of more than 3 million, 1,, backed gay marriage, while , voters said No. The result prompted a massive street party around the gay district of central Dublin close to the national count centre. We are a generous, compassionate, bold and joyful people who say yes to inclusion, yes to generosity, yes to love, yes to gay marriage.