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"We have a painful and shameful history of widespread and institutionalised violence."
Same-sex marriage advocates have launched legal action against a controversial government plan for a postal vote on the issue.
Officials who refuse to marry queer people should put their jobs before their beliefs, say activists.
Religious freedom, at times masking discrimination, is used too often to trump others’ right to marry.
In a country where homosexuals are routinely subjected to violence in various forms, let’s remember that it was two gay women making the nation proud.
Same-sex marriages in England and Wales can be held from March 29 next year, announced Britain's equalities minister Maria Miller.
Philippine Catholic leaders are standing firm against contraception, abortion and gay marriage despite Pope Francis' comments urging a change of tone.
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