Same sex marriage around the world

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This analysis focuses on whether people around the world think that homosexuality should be accepted by society or not. Homosexuality should be accepted by society OR Homosexuality should not be accepted by society. The question is a long-term trend, first asked in the U. Respondents did not get any further instructions on how to interpret the question and no significant problems were noted during the fielding of the survey.
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The Global Divide on Homosexuality Persists

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Gay Marriage Around the World | Pew Research Center

Unite for Equality. Like never before. The Human Rights Campaign Foundation tracks developments in the legal recognition of same-sex marriage around the world. Working with our network of alumni and partners, we lift up the voices of local advocates and share tools, resources, and lessons learned to empower movements for marriage equality. Current State of Marriage Equality.
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Here are the 29 countries where same-sex marriage is officially legal

Same-sex marriage , also known as gay marriage , is the marriage of two people of the same sex or gender , entered into in a civil or religious ceremony. There are records of same-sex marriage dating back to the first century. In the modern era, the first legislation legalizing same-sex marriage took effect in the Netherlands on 1 April Today, it is available in 29 countries. Furthermore, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights has issued a ruling that is expected to facilitate recognition in several countries in the Americas.
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Same-sex marriage , the practice of marriage between two men or between two women. Although same-sex marriage has been regulated through law, religion, and custom in most countries of the world, the legal and social responses have ranged from celebration on the one hand to criminalization on the other. Some scholars, most notably the Yale professor and historian John Boswell —94 , have argued that same-sex unions were recognized by the Roman Catholic Church in medieval Europe, although others have disputed this claim. Scholars and the general public became increasingly interested in the issue during the late 20th century, a period when attitudes toward homosexuality and laws regulating homosexual behaviour were liberalized, particularly in western Europe and the United States.
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