>> Thursday, May 21, 2015
The PM in Luxembourg has married his same sex partner this week. I think this is great news for the world.
I am really lucky to live in a country where Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual and Transgender (and all the other letters that are being added to the end that means the readily recognised acronym is more inclusive) is not an issue (in law). Although it is still an issue to some individuals. I wish biologists would stop wasting time and energy on the gay gene and hunt the bigot gene down. Perhaps, in an ironic twist, once we had tracked it down we could suggest they weren't allowed to marry.
This is fairly interesting map showing where the world stands on homosexuality legally. But don't spend too long on it. Skip to the film, below, the reason I brought you here today. It is incredibly moving.
Other type of partnership (or unregistered cohabitation)
Foreign same-sex marriages recognized
Limited recognition of same-sex marriages at the federal level, no state level recognition
No recognition of same-sex couples
"This film is dedicated to any child who has ever felt such darkness due to others' hatred and misunderstanding. Always know that love is meant to be within and you should never feel wrong or alone by being who you are ..... Unique"