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12/21/2009

Marriage equality going south (but not in the way NOM wants you to believe)

by Jeremy Hooper
Lawmakers in Mexico City have become the first in Latin America to legalise gay marriage.

City legislators passed the bill 39-20, with five abstentions. The city's mayor is now widely expected to sign the bill into law.

Mexico City backs gay marriage in Latin American first [BBC]

Muy caliente!

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Your thoughts

Is Maggie tuning up her Spanish-speaking skills?

With a nod to I-HOP, she could front the I-HOMEO (International Home Of Marriage Equality Opponents)... gather funds from US supporters to kill off civil rights in Mexico, and vice versa... form international allegiances with Catholics and Mormon missionaries...

Posted by: Bose | Dec 21, 2009 7:50:12 PM

And thus we begin the process of falling behind Mexico. FUCKING MEXICO!!!!!!!! Land of the free my bony gay ass.

Posted by: RainbowPhoenix | Dec 21, 2009 8:38:20 PM

It's really sad when a third world country is ahead of the U.S. on civil rights issues.

Posted by: Mykelb | Dec 25, 2009 5:28:26 AM

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