Gay rights august 2010
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Book Review: Eric C. Recent years have seen a wave of conspicuous legal victories for gays and lesbians as well as a marked increase in legislation addressing LGBT rights both expansively and restrictively. It is rare for so many jurisdictions to take up such closely related constitutional issues on such a compressed timeline. In less than two decades, nearly every European and North and South American jurisdiction has addressed the rights of gays and lesbians generally and the issue of marriage equality specifically.
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Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights
California's same-sex marriage ban overturned - Telegraph
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Same-Sex Marriage Around the World
Focus: legal trends to The comparative legal analysis reveals six key trends in the period from to Law relating to free movement and family reunification - significant positive developments: the definition of 'family member' in legislation transposing EU law on free movement or on family reunification has been or is expected to be expanded in seven EU countries - Austria, France, Hungary, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, and Spain. Nevertheless, a negative trend has emerged in Bulgaria, Estonia and Romania, where same-sex marriages and partnerships contracted abroad are explicitly considered invalid, which makes it more difficult for same-sex spouses and partners to reunite. Law relating to Asylum - substantial number of positive initiatives: Finland, Latvia, Malta, Poland, Portugal and Spain now explicitly afford protection to LGB victims of persecution, bringing the total number of EU Member States offering protection to
You Do? Well, it looks like a lot of America is becoming more tolerant. With Iowa and Vermont becoming the third and fourth states to allow same-sex marriage this week, there is obviously a trend. California is awaiting a state Supreme Court ruling on Proposition 8, which prohibited gay marriage. The Washington, D.