The Supreme Court of the United States is about to rule on the equal marriage and this decision could make a difference not only in terms of access to marriage, but it is also a family matter as this could lead to the end of procedures for adoption of our own children.
In Buenos Aires, Argentina, three parents had the right to be listed on the birth certificate of their son.
While the adoption became legal in France in May 2013, insemination for lesbian couples is still not, but a court allowed four lesbian women to adopt children born to their wives abroad through insemination.
In Florida, the Senate has just repealed the ban on same-sex couples to adopt children.
“Zak's Safari” is a children's book that explains how a couple of women conceive a baby and how a little boy with two moms is just as happy as any child with loving parents.
A historic decision was taken in Austria where a court granted the adoption for same-sex couples!
Italy still advances a little more in terms of adoption by same-sex couples since a court has formally recognized the child of a lesbian couple.
While Taiwan offers at present no recognition to unions between persons of the same sex, there is no law allowing marriage equality nor law allowing adoptions by same-sex couples, an aboriginal village, enacting its own rules, just recognized the adoption of a child by a lesbian couple.
About families with gay and lesbian parents, things are completely different than we are in the French-speaking Switzerland or in the German-speaking part. For example, a new campaign targeting same-sex parents was launched in Zurich.
That's it, Israel began to issue identity cards to children with same-sex parents on which one can see the two fathers or two mothers and not just "father" and "mother."