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Amsterdam City Hall, April 1, 2001 - Photo by Rex There are four frequently updated articles on the front page of this website: • Marriage Equality Around the World — the big list of 25 nations and 44 other, far-flung jurisdictions where same-sex couples can marry. • Worldwide Marriage Equality Watch List — a detailed look at places where the push for marriage equality is on the move.
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Article maintained with Evan Wolfson, Rob Salerno and Andrés Duque. Last update: June 11, 2018. Same-sex couples can marry in 25 nations and in 44 other jurisdictions around the world: Netherlands (2001), Saba (2012), Bonaire (2013), Sint Eustatius Belgium (2003) Canada (2003-2005) USA (2004-2015), Guam (2015), Northern Mariana Islands (2015), Puerto Rico (2015), U.S. Virgin Islands
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Amsterdam City Hall, April 1, 2001 - Photo by Rex This is a companion article to my article Marriage Equality Around the World. Here we track the nations and other jurisdictions most likely to see marriage equality next. Last update: June 11, 2018. Austria The Constitutional Court struck down the ban on marriage equality on Dec. 5, 2017, and also extended the nation's same-sex
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Article maintained with help from Geraldina González de la Vega and Alex Alí Méndez Díaz Alex Alí Méndez Díaz Mexico is a current hotspot of the marriage-equality movement. Here's where things stand as of June 2018. As was the case in the U.S., Mexico's legalization of same-sex marriage is proceeding state by state but unlike in the U.S., there is no possibility for a single ruling from the
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Updated June 11, 2018 These 19 states prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in employment, housing and public accommodations: California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington. So does the federal district,
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Article maintained with Evan Wolfson, Rob Salerno and Andrés Duque. Last update: June 10, 2018. Same-sex couples can marry in 25 nations and in 44 other jurisdictions around the world: Netherlands (2001), Saba (2012), Bonaire (2013), Sint Eustatius Belgium (2003) Canada (2003-2005) USA (2004-2015), Guam (2015), Northern Mariana Islands (2015), Puerto Rico (2015), U.S. Virgin Islands
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Rex Wockner by Rex Wockner - 1y ago

Rex Wockner reported news for the gay press from the 1980s until 2011. His work appeared in hundreds of publications. He has a B.A. in journalism, started his career as a radio reporter, and wrote for the mainstream press as well, including the Chicago Tribune and The San Diego Union-Tribune. Highlights of Wockner's career include: Going to Denmark in 1989 to cover the world's first registered
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