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Here's what Mexico City is teaching the rest of Latin America about gay marriage

MEXICO CITY — In Mexico’s modernizing capital, the word these days seems to be “keep calm, and marry on,” a nonchalance toward gay marriage that’s slowly catching on across Latin America. Despite enduring discrimination, courts and congresses are changing laws and attitudes toward gay rights elsewhere in Latin America.

Outrage of the Day: Racist anti-gay marriage poster goes viral

Outrage erupts in France over an anti-gay marriage propaganda poster that depicts the country's black justice minister as a raging gorilla.
Outrage erupts in France over an anti-gay marriage propaganda poster that depicts the country's black justice minister as a raging gorilla.
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Video of the Day: Zulu gay wedding

Marrying ancient tradition with brave modernity, a gay couple tied the knot in a traditional Zulu and Tswana wedding ceremony in KwaDukuza, South Africa.
Marrying ancient tradition with brave modernity, a gay couple tied the knot in a traditional Zulu and Tswana wedding ceremony in KwaDukuza, South Africa.
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Clint Eastwood joins fellow Republicans to support gay marriage

Eastwood's support for gay marriage comes as the Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments about the constitutionality of a ban on Proposition 8 in California.

West Point Chapel hosts first same-sex wedding

Penelope Gnesin and Brenda Sue Fulton, a West Point graduate, exchanged vows at the West Point church in front of 250 guests.

France: Thousands march against gay marriage bill

The bill that would extend same-sex marriage and adoption rights to France's gay and lesbian couples.

France's government approves gay marriage, adoption

Religious leaders and some opposition lawmakers oppose the move.

Taiwan same-sex Buddhist wedding goes off without a hitch

It's another milestone for LGBT rights: on Saturday, two women got married in a traditional Buddhist ceremony in Taiwan, already one of Asia's more gay-friendly nations.

Scotland to legalize gay marriage, ahead of the rest of UK

Scotland's Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the government believed that the move was "the right thing to do."
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