Some countries legalized the same-type marriage.

@bintang9 (196)
Indonesia
April 23, 2013 4:26pm CST
As I read the news about the same-type marriage, that some countries had legalized the same-type marriage. Recently had been reported France finally passed a law about same type marriage. What's your opinion of this?
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7 responses
@Porcospino (16170)
• Denmark
30 Apr 13
My country legalized gay marriages several years ago, but in the past gay couples were only able to get married at the town hall. Recently it became possible for gay couples to get married at church as well. Technically it possible for gay couples to get married at church today, but it can be a challenge to find a pastor who is willing to perform the wedding ceremony, because many pastors are against the idea. I am happy that gay couples have the same rights as other couples today. I have friends who are gay and I think that they should have the same right as heterosexual couples.
@youless (65975)
• Guangzhou, China
24 Apr 13
I am not against to the gay marriage. As some people who are born to be gay and it is not their fault. The gay people can have true love, too. So why they can't get married? They shall enjoy the same rights as other normal couples. It will be painful for them that they can't get married because they are gay people. Try to imagine if it happens to you, what do you feel?
@srisahara (4120)
• Indonesia
24 Apr 13
Yes, you are right some countries in Europe have been legalized the marriage. But, in some countries in Asia do not passed a law about it. I think it is difficult to solve, because this symptoms based on the need of their life and each country has some reasons why the law was legalized.
@marguicha (41497)
• Chile
24 Apr 13
I am glad that one more country legalized same type marriage. People should not be discriminated for their genre, race or religion. And when France prohibited muslim women to work with tyheir headdress on, I wrote against that. Everyone is free to wear what they want. Same here.
@jenny1015 (13407)
• Philippines
24 Apr 13
I am a Catholic from a country of mostly the same religion. I am sure that the same law would never be adopted in our country. I am in no way against it coz I think that they have the freedom to make their own choices. And all that matters is that they are able to keep the union and bind them throughout their lifetime.
@Pegasus72 (1904)
23 Apr 13
I was brought up to think that it is wrong and the Bible says it is wrong and since I try to listen to God's word I have to go with it is wrong. Will they go to hell would be between God and them.
• Philippines
23 Apr 13
It only means that they are now entering a new era of liberated people who are free and responsible.