Rather, anthropological research supports the conclusion that a vast array of family types, including families built upon same-sex partnerships, can contribute to stable and humane societies. On 26 MayGreenlandone of two other constituent countries in the Realm of Denmarkunanimously passed a law legalising same-sex marriage.
Limited legal recognition registered cohabitation, legal guardianship. Louis, Missouri 5 November St. Female same-sex marriage is practiced among the GikuyuNandiKambaKipsigisand to a lesser extent neighboring peoples. Main article: Same-sex marriage in Austria.
Prior to the legalization of same-sex marriage, the Civil Partnership and Certain Rights and Obligations of Cohabitants Act allowed same sex couples to enter civil partnerships.
Article 12 of the European Convention on Human Rights states that: "Men and women of marriageable age have the right to marry and to found a family, according to the national laws governing the exercise of this right",  not limiting marriage to those in a heterosexual relationship.
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Universidad de Cuenca in Quechua. The move follows a decision by the GOProud board earlier this month to expand the group's mission to include state-level work.
In May , three religious groups Quakers, Liberal Judaism and Unitarians sent a letter to David Cameron, asking that they be allowed to solemnise same-sex weddings. They may not believe society needs the institution of marriage, but it would salve their consciences and help them hold their heads high in public.
The Netherlands was the first country to extend marriage laws to include same-sex couples, following the recommendation of a special commission appointed to investigate the issue in