On Friday, Germany became the 23rd country to legalize marriage equality.
The German Social-Democratic Party will launch a new attempt to legalize marriage equality.
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A survey by Odoxa allows us to learn a little more about what Europeans think about insemination for lesbian women.
Great news in Germany, where the Protestant Church, the second largest denomination in the country, approved the equal marriage and its official registration.
Australia is not the only country that has not legalized marriage equality. Germany has not passed it either yet.
However, some advances have been approved in recent days by the German government, but they are criticized because they are in no way comparable to laws adopted in other European countries. One even judge them totally ridiculous.
On the occasion of the new year, the German swimmer Theresa Michalak (on the right) introduced her girlfriend thus making her public coming out.
Cologne is not only the LGBT capital of Germany, it is also an innovative city, like its gay and lesbian Christmas market.