czech republic

 

 

The center of independent public opinion researchcenter of independent public opinion research (CVVM) published the results of a poll on support for marriage equality in the Czech Republic and unfortunately the results are not good. In fact, support has fallen by 6%.

Published in News From Europe

Juan Manuel Santos

 

 

 

After the presidential elections are over in Colombia, it is hoped that President Juan Manuel Santos, elected to a second term with 50.9% of votes, will continue to support equal marriage.

Bishop Leonardo Steiner

 

 

Whereas Brazil is pride of place with the soccer world cup, one of the most important catholic bishops of the country has just shown his support in favour of unions between the same-sex people. 

 Hong Kong

 

 

According to a new report, a majority of Hong Kongers supports LGBTQ rights. 

Dolly Parton

 

 

 

In an interview, the country singer Dolly Parton openly supported marriage equality. 

Published in Music

google

 

                                               Twenty-eight companies decided to express their support for marriage equality in Virginia and urge the Court of Appeals to declare invalid the equal marriage ban.

Jimena EspinozaMario Vargas Llosa

Which is the relationship between the Peruvian author Mario Vargas Lllosa, who became the Nobel Prize of literature in 2010, and Jimena Espinoza, who became the 2014 Miss Peru Universe?

Well, both showed their support for a bill which would legalize the civil unions for the same-sex couples and would leave back the “barbarism of homophobia”.

Republican flag

 

The Republican Party of Nevada decided not to be opposed to marriage equality any more because this opposition dissents from their philosophy of more freedom and less government. And there is now a campaign to change the anti-gay language in the national GOP platform.

Peru

 

 

A big rally was organized in Peru to show the support for a bill which would allow the civil unions for the same-sex couples. 

United-States-flag

 

Whereas many challenges are in hand, a new poll showed that in most states where marriage equality is prohibited, the inhabitants are in majority in favour of its legalization. 

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