Postedon Aug 13, 2010 at 12:00 pm
Los Angeles Times editorial board: Countries such as Mexico and Argentina have shown recognition that religion and civil law have different roles to perform in marriage, something absent in the debate in the U.S.
Postedon Aug 11, 2010 at 03:30 pm
Costa Rica's top court has blocked the electoral tribunal from holding a referendum that would have let voters decide if civil unions for same-sex couples should be allowed in the Central American country.
The Constitutional Court said civil unions for same-sex couples are a legislative issue and not an electoral one.
Postedon Aug 11, 2010 at 09:00 am
Mexico's Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that all 31 states must recognize same-sex marriages performed in the capital, though its decision does not force those states to begin marrying gay couples in their territory.
Postedon Aug 05, 2010 at 05:15 pm
The Mexican Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a fledgling law honoring the freedom to marry in Mexico City is constitutional, rejecting an appeal by federal prosecutors who argued that it violated the charter's guarantees to protect the family.
Postedon Aug 02, 2010 at 02:49 pm
Chilean Senator Fulvio Rossi announced Sunday he'll introduce a marriage equality bill shortly, the Spanish news agency EFE reported.
The announcement follows quick on the heels of Latin America's first freedom to marry law taking effect over the weekend in Argentina.
Postedon Jul 30, 2010 at 05:15 pm
After the approval of a freedom to marry law, Buenos Aires City residents Alejandro Vanelli and Ernesto Larrese got married at a Palermo registry office, officially becoming the first same-sex couple to marry in the City.
Postedon Jul 27, 2010 at 11:50 am
Lisa Bell’s film “Excluded” shows pursuit of a loving bi-national couple’s pursuit of finding a place where they can build their lives and grow old together. After 17 years the journey goes on…
Postedon Jul 22, 2010 at 07:30 am
Sandip Roy tells of watching two friends, both Indian, get married in a beautiful garden in Santa Cruz.
"One is Christian, the other Hindu, so they had two ceremonies. There was a three-tiered wedding cake and a sacred fire. But the really amazing part of the ceremony was that one of their fathers had flown in from India to bless them. It was amazing because my friends are both men."
Postedon Jul 21, 2010 at 03:30 pm
Terrell Frazier, Research/Writer for Freedom to Marry, discusses how the marriage equality movement has been given a huge momentum boost as Argentina becomes the tenth country to honor marriage for all committed couples and how personal stories of love and commitment played a central role.