A Wider Bridge and KALA invite you to join them Wednesday, April 27, for an unforgettable evening.
“I’m supposed to go into battle knowing that I’m a second class citizen, only because I’m gay. That I’m good enough to die for this country, but not good enough to be an equal-rights citizen.”
The government of the small African nation has decided to finally move forward with legislation.
A popular referendum narrowly rejected a constitutional amendment to restrict marriage to heterosexual couples.
This less progressive—and less controversial—version is expected to easily pass in the lower house of parliament.
Set on modernizing Italy, Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has made the legal recognition of gay couples a make-or-break issue of his tenure.
Now, couples need only wait another year before finally tying the knot.