Same Sex Marriage is Now Legal in 26 Countries (Video)


Fighting for equality in marriage for all orientations hasn’t been an easy affair, plus there are still many nations left that are still a long distance away from even bringing it to a national vote. However it’s still wonderful to acknowledge the progress made thus far and the most recent occurrence of the legislation change in Australia brings it to the fore once again. The guys at Carvaka have put together this video which details all the occurrences of same sex marriage legislation all over the globe in a timeline format. Watch as it outlines the struggles that some of these nations have gone through as they waited for this monumental shift in society to happen. Enjoy!


Do you agree with the nation wide legalization of same sex marriage?
  • I think that of course we should encourage same sex marriage, and I absolutely agree. 96%, 27 votes
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  • No I do not agree with this legislative move. 4%, 1 vote
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Total Votes: 28
January 24, 2018
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Alex779 January 24, 2018 - 7:39 am

Imaging telling something like that 20-30 years ago… we’ve come a long way and this progress is just tremendous! I hope other countries will join us and there will be no place for homophobia and bullying

Alexandr Posashkov January 24, 2018 - 8:29 am

Yes, of course! Homosexual couples deserve the same rights as staight ones do. Legalizing same-sex marriage was an awesome decision to make since it’s an individual right I’m pretty sure most people value. Now all consenting individuals who love and value each other can get wedded!

mikoal January 24, 2018 - 10:26 am

I have heard, that in Belgium same sex marriage also legalised. Is this true? Have you information about Belgium?

Queer Life January 24, 2018 - 4:32 pm

Hi mikoal,
Belgium followed suit in 2003 and granted equal rights to same-sex married couples.

Roger Hart January 24, 2018 - 11:17 pm

Personally, I am opposed to same-sex relationships and I do not recognize same-sex marriage. I understand those people, those countries where they are negative about this. But, if such a phenomenon exists in the world, then, it seems to me, it is necessary to treat this with understanding and try to understand these people.

Ирина Малова January 25, 2018 - 7:55 am

I’m still on the side of Christian marriage, where there is a woman and a man. But I can not judge people with a different worldview. It’s their choice and their life. I want people to be happy.

Svetoslav Denton January 25, 2018 - 9:52 am

Previously, it was unimaginable, no one had the right to have their own opinion and live their lives, everything was within strict limits and strictly controlled. Now freedom is given to everyone.

Alex Dudarew February 5, 2018 - 3:08 am

I believe that this should be treated calmly. Sooner or later in many countries will allow same-sex marriage.

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