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ITALY-GAYMARRIAGE/
RTX28LP3
February 25, 2016
A general view shows the Italian Senate in Rome, Italy February 25, 2016. The Italian Senate approved...
Rome, Italy
A general view shows the Italian Senate in Rome
A general view shows the Italian Senate in Rome, Italy February 25, 2016. The Italian Senate approved on Thursday a watered-down bill allowing civil unions for same-sex and heterosexual couples, with the government using a confidence motion to ram the contested legislation through the upper house. REUTERS/Remo Casilli TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ITALY-GAYMARRIAGE/
RTX28LOO
February 25, 2016
Democratic Party Senator Monica Cirinna (R) looks on at the Italian Senate in Rome, Italy February 25,...
Rome, Italy
Democratic Party Senator Monica Cirinna looks on at the Italian Senate in Rome, Italy
Democratic Party Senator Monica Cirinna (R) looks on at the Italian Senate in Rome, Italy February 25, 2016. The Italian Senate approved on Thursday a watered-down bill allowing civil unions for same-sex and heterosexual couples, with the government using a confidence motion to ram the contested legislation through the upper house. REUTERS/Remo Casilli
ITALY-GAYMARRIAGE/
RTX28LOJ
February 25, 2016
Democratic Party Senator Monica Cirinna (C) is congratulated at the Italian Senate in Rome, Italy February...
Rome, Italy
Democratic Party Senator Monica Cirinna is congratulated at the Italian Senate in Rome, Italy
Democratic Party Senator Monica Cirinna (C) is congratulated at the Italian Senate in Rome, Italy February 25, 2016. The Italian Senate approved on Thursday a watered-down bill allowing civil unions for same-sex and heterosexual couples, with the government using a confidence motion to ram the contested legislation through the upper house. REUTERS/Remo Casilli
ITALY-GAYMARRIAGE/
RTX24OV6
January 30, 2016
A protester holds a placard reading "No to civil union" during a rally against same-sex unions and gay...
Rome, Italy
A protester holds a placard reading "No to civil union" during a rally against same-sex unions and gay...
A protester holds a placard reading "No to civil union" during a rally against same-sex unions and gay adoption in Rome, Italy January 30, 2016. Tens of thousands of Italians staged a mass rally in Rome's Circus Maximus on Saturday to urge the government to drop legislation that offers homosexual couples legal recognition and limited adoption rights. REUTERS/Remo Casilli
CHILE-CIVILUNION/
RTS5OQ0
October 22, 2015
Roxana Ortiz shows their civil union identification booklet after celebrating her civil union with Virginia...
Santiago, Chile
Roxana Ortiz shows their civil union identification booklet after celebrating her civil union with Virginia...
Roxana Ortiz shows their civil union identification booklet after celebrating her civil union with Virginia Gomez (not pictured), which is legal for the first time in the country, at Santiago city, Chile, October 22, 2015. The first civil union ceremonies of same-sex couples were held Thursday, a historic day for a nation that seeks to fight discrimination in a society still marked by a conservative tradition. On the booklet reads, "Civil union agreement book. Civil Registry and Identification Service, Chile". REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-CIVILUNION/
RTS5OPL
October 22, 2015
Roxana Ortiz (R) and Virginia Gomez talk to the media after celebrating their civil union, which is legal...
Santiago, Chile
Roxana Ortiz and Virginia Gomez talk to the media after celebrating their civil union at Santiago city...
Roxana Ortiz (R) and Virginia Gomez talk to the media after celebrating their civil union, which is legal for the first time in the country, at Santiago city, Chile, October 22, 2015. The first civil union ceremonies of same-sex couples were held Thursday, a historic day for a nation that seeks to fight discrimination in a society still marked by a conservative tradition. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-CIVILUNION/
RTS5OPJ
October 22, 2015
Roxana Ortiz and Virginia Gomez show their rings after celebrating their civil union, which is legal...
Santiago, Chile
Roxana Ortiz and Virginia Gomez show their rings after celebrating their civil union at Santiago
Roxana Ortiz and Virginia Gomez show their rings after celebrating their civil union, which is legal for the first time in the country, at Santiago city, Chile, October 22, 2015. The first civil union ceremonies of same-sex couples were held Thursday, a historic day for a nation that seeks to fight discrimination in a society still marked by a conservative tradition. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-CIVILUNION/
RTS5OPE
October 22, 2015
Roxana Ortiz (L) and Virginia Gomez are pictured with their civil union identification booklet after...
Santiago, Chile
Roxana Ortiz and Virginia Gomez are pictured with their civil union identification booklet after celebrating...
Roxana Ortiz (L) and Virginia Gomez are pictured with their civil union identification booklet after celebrating their civil union, which is legal for the first time in the country, at Santiago city, Chile, October 22, 2015. The first civil union ceremonies of same-sex couples were held Thursday, a historic day for a nation that seeks to fight discrimination in a society still marked by a conservative tradition. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-CIVILUNION/
RTS5OP7
October 22, 2015
Roxana Ortiz (L) and Virginia Gomez pose for a picture after celebrating their civil union, which is...
Santiago, Chile
Roxana Ortiz and Virginia Gomez pose for a picture after celebrating their civil union at Santiago city...
Roxana Ortiz (L) and Virginia Gomez pose for a picture after celebrating their civil union, which is legal for the first time in the country, at Santiago city, Chile, October 22, 2015. The first civil union ceremonies of same-sex couples were held Thursday, a historic day for a nation that seeks to fight discrimination in a society still marked by a conservative tradition. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHINA-GAYMARRIAGE/
RTX1IQ5W
July 02, 2015
Li Tingting (L) and Teresa kiss at their wedding reception in Beijing, China July 2, 2015. Li, a 25-year-old...
Beijing, China
Li Tingting and Teresa kiss at their wedding reception in Beijing, China
Li Tingting (L) and Teresa kiss at their wedding reception in Beijing, China July 2, 2015. Li, a 25-year-old prominent women's rights activist who was released from detention in April, held the wedding ceremony with her partner Teresa on Thursday and announced their marriage in an effort to push for LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) rights in China. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
COSTARICA-SAMESEX/CIVILUNION
RTR4YPTK
June 03, 2015
Christian Zamora (L) and Gerald Castro, a same-sex couple, speak at their house in San Jose June 3, 2015....
San Jose, Costa Rica
Christian Zamora and Gerald Castro, a same-sex couple, speak at their house in San Jose
Christian Zamora (L) and Gerald Castro, a same-sex couple, speak at their house in San Jose June 3, 2015. A regional Costa Rican court has recognized Central America's first same-sex civil union, despite opposition from the Catholic Church and conservative politicians, local media reported. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

COSTARICA-SAMESEX/CIVILUNION
RTR4YPTI
June 03, 2015
Christian Zamora, is seen reflected in a mirror while talking during an interview with Reuters in the...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Christian Zamora, is seen reflected in a mirror while talking during an interview with Reuters in the...
Christian Zamora, is seen reflected in a mirror while talking during an interview with Reuters in the house where he lives with Gerald Castro a same-sex couple in San Jose June 3, 2015. A regional Costa Rican court has recognized Central America's first same-sex civil union, despite opposition from the Catholic Church and conservative politicians, local media reported. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

COSTARICA-SAMESEX/CIVILUNION
RTR4YPTH
June 03, 2015
Gerald Castro, is seen reflected in a mirror while talking during an interview with Reuters in the house...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Gerald Castro, is seen reflected in a mirror while talking during an interview with Reuters in the house...
Gerald Castro, is seen reflected in a mirror while talking during an interview with Reuters in the house where he lives with Christian Zamora a same-sex couple in San Jose June 3, 2015. A regional Costa Rican court has recognized Central America's first same-sex civil union, despite opposition from the Catholic Church and conservative politicians, local media reported. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

COSTARICA-SAMESEX/CIVILUNION
RTR4YPSF
June 03, 2015
Christian Zamora (R) and Gerald Castro, a same-sex couple, cleaned their house in San Jose June 3, 2015....
San Jose, Costa Rica
Christian Zamora and Gerald Castro, a same-sex couple, cleaned their house in San Jose
Christian Zamora (R) and Gerald Castro, a same-sex couple, cleaned their house in San Jose June 3, 2015. A regional Costa Rican court has recognized Central America's first same-sex civil union, despite opposition from the Catholic Church and conservative politicians, local media reported. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

COSTARICA-SAMESEX/CIVILUNION
RTR4YPSB
June 03, 2015
Christian Zamora (L) and Gerald Castro, a same-sex couple, pose outside their house in San Jose June...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Christian Zamora and Gerald Castro, a same-sex couple, pose outside their house in San Jose
Christian Zamora (L) and Gerald Castro, a same-sex couple, pose outside their house in San Jose June 3, 2015. A regional Costa Rican court has recognized Central America's first same-sex civil union, despite opposition from the Catholic Church and conservative politicians, local media reported. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

COSTARICA-SAMESEX/CIVILUNION
RTR4YPS8
June 03, 2015
Christian Zamora (R) and Gerald Castro, a same-sex couple, look the cell phone at their house in San...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Christian Zamora and Gerald Castro, a same-sex couple, look the cell phone at their house in San Jose...
Christian Zamora (R) and Gerald Castro, a same-sex couple, look the cell phone at their house in San Jose June 3, 2015. A regional Costa Rican court has recognized Central America's first same-sex civil union, despite opposition from the Catholic Church and conservative politicians, local media reported. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

COSTARICA-SAMESEX/CIVILUNION
RTR4YPS6
June 03, 2015
Christian Zamora (R) and Gerald Castro, a same-sex couple, speaks at their house in San Jose June 3,...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Christian Zamora and Gerald Castro, a same-sex couple, speaks at their house in San Jose
Christian Zamora (R) and Gerald Castro, a same-sex couple, speaks at their house in San Jose June 3, 2015. A regional Costa Rican court has recognized Central America's first same-sex civil union, despite opposition from the Catholic Church and conservative politicians, local media reported. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

COSTARICA-SAMESEX/CIVILUNION
RTR4YPQ9
June 03, 2015
Same-sex couple Cristian Zamora (L) and Gerald Castro walk outside their house in San Jose June 3, 2015....
San Jose, Costa Rica
Same-sex couple Cristian Zamora and Gerald Castro walk outside their house in San Jose
Same-sex couple Cristian Zamora (L) and Gerald Castro walk outside their house in San Jose June 3, 2015. A regional Costa Rican court has recognized Central America's first same-sex civil union, despite opposition from the Catholic Church and conservative politicians, local media reported. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
GAYMARRIAGE-EUROPE/LUXEMBOURG
RTX1D4WO
May 15, 2015
French TV host Stephane Bern smiles as he arrives to attend the wedding ceremony of Luxembourg's Prime...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
French TV host Bern arrives to attend the wedding ceremony of Luxembourg's PM Bettel and his partner...
French TV host Stephane Bern smiles as he arrives to attend the wedding ceremony of Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel and his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay, at Luxembourg's city hall, May 15, 2015. Luxembourg's prime minister on Friday becomes the first serving leader in the European Union to marry someone of the same sex, and only the second worldwide - and all in a tiny, mostly Catholic country often considered rather conservative. Bettel, 42, and his civil partner Destenay are among the first gay men to exercise their right to wed since the Grand Duchy in January become the latest EU state to extend full rights to same-sex marriages. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
GAYMARRIAGE-EUROPE/LUXEMBOURG
RTX1D4VQ
May 15, 2015
French TV host Stephane Bern arrives to attend the wedding ceremony of Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
French TV host Bern arrives to attend the wedding ceremony of Luxembourg's PM Bettel and his partner...
French TV host Stephane Bern arrives to attend the wedding ceremony of Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel and his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay, at Luxembourg's city hall, May 15, 2015. Luxembourg's prime minister on Friday becomes the first serving leader in the European Union to marry someone of the same sex, and only the second worldwide - and all in a tiny, mostly Catholic country often considered rather conservative. Bettel, 42, and his civil partner Destenay are among the first gay men to exercise their right to wed since the Grand Duchy in January become the latest EU state to extend full rights to same-sex marriages. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
GAYMARRIAGE-EUROPE/LUXEMBOURG
RTX1D4UH
May 15, 2015
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel waves as he poses with his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Luxembourg's PM Bettel poses with his partner Belgian Destenay after their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's...
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel waves as he poses with his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay (L), after their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city hall, May 15, 2015. Luxembourg's prime minister on Friday becomes the first serving leader in the European Union to marry someone of the same sex, and only the second worldwide - and all in a tiny, mostly Catholic country often considered rather conservative. Bettel, 42, and his civil partner Destenay are among the first gay men to exercise their right to wed since the Grand Duchy in January become the latest EU state to extend full rights to same-sex marriages. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
GAYMARRIAGE-EUROPE/LUXEMBOURG
RTX1D4U7
May 15, 2015
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel poses with his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay (L), after...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Luxembourg's PM Bettel poses with his partner Destenay after their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city...
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel poses with his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay (L), after their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city hall, May 15, 2015. Luxembourg's prime minister on Friday becomes the first serving leader in the European Union to marry someone of the same sex, and only the second worldwide -- and all in a tiny, mostly Catholic country often considered rather conservative. Bettel, 42, and his civil partner Destenay are among the first gay men to exercise their right to wed since the Grand Duchy in January become the latest EU state to extend full rights to same-sex marriages. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
GAYMARRIAGE-EUROPE/LUXEMBOURG
RTX1D4SV
May 15, 2015
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel (R) hugs his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay, after their...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Luxembourg's PM Bettel hugs his partner Destenay after their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city hall...
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel (R) hugs his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay, after their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city hall, May 15, 2015. Luxembourg's prime minister on Friday becomes the first serving leader in the European Union to marry someone of the same sex, and only the second worldwide - and all in a tiny, mostly Catholic country often considered rather conservative. Bettel, 42, and his civil partner Destenay are among the first gay men to exercise their right to wed since the Grand Duchy in January become the latest EU state to extend full rights to same-sex marriages. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
GAYMARRIAGE-EUROPE/LUXEMBOURG
RTX1D4QU
May 15, 2015
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel (R) holds the hand of his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay,...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Luxembourg's PM Bettel and his partner Destenay arrive for their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city...
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel (R) holds the hand of his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay, as they arrive for their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city hall, May 15, 2015. Luxembourg's prime minister on Friday becomes the first serving leader in the European Union to marry someone of the same sex, and only the second worldwide - and all in a tiny, mostly Catholic country often considered rather conservative. Bettel, 42, and his civil partner Destenay are among the first gay men to exercise their right to wed since the Grand Duchy in January become the latest EU state to extend full rights to same-sex marriages. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GAYMARRIAGE-EUROPE/LUXEMBOURG
RTX1D4QT
May 15, 2015
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel waves as he poses with his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Luxembourg's PM Bettel poses with his partner Destenay after their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city...
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel waves as he poses with his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay (L), after their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city hall, May 15, 2015. Luxembourg's prime minister on Friday becomes the first serving leader in the European Union to marry someone of the same sex, and only the second worldwide - and all in a tiny, mostly Catholic country often considered rather conservative. Bettel, 42, and his civil partner Gauthier Destenay are among the first gay men to exercise their right to wed since the Grand Duchy in January become the latest EU state to extend full rights to same-sex marriages. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
GAYMARRIAGE-EUROPE/LUXEMBOURG
RTX1D4QL
May 15, 2015
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel (R) poses with his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay, after...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Luxembourg's PM Bettel poses with his partner Destenay after their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city...
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel (R) poses with his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay, after their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city hall, May 15, 2015. Luxembourg's prime minister on Friday becomes the first serving leader in the European Union to marry someone of the same sex, and only the second worldwide - and all in a tiny, mostly Catholic country often considered rather conservative. Xavier Bettel, 42, and his civil partner Gauthier Destenay are among the first gay men to exercise their right to wed since the Grand Duchy in January become the latest EU state to extend full rights to same-sex marriages. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
GAYMARRIAGE-EUROPE/LUXEMBOURG
RTX1D4QK
May 15, 2015
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel (R) poses with his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay, after...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Luxembourg's PM Bettel poses with his partner Destenay after their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city...
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel (R) poses with his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay, after their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city hall, May 15, 2015. Luxembourg's prime minister on Friday becomes the first serving leader in the European Union to marry someone of the same sex, and only the second worldwide - and all in a tiny, mostly Catholic country often considered rather conservative. Bettel, 42, and his civil partner Gauthier Destenay are among the first gay men to exercise their right to wed since the Grand Duchy in January become the latest EU state to extend full rights to same-sex marriages. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
GAYMARRIAGE-EUROPE/LUXEMBOURG
RTX1D4OB
May 15, 2015
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel (C) poses with his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay (L),...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Luxembourg's PM Bettel poses with his partner Destenay after their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city...
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel (C) poses with his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay (L), after their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city hall, May 15, 2015. Luxembourg's prime minister on Friday becomes the first serving leader in the European Union to marry someone of the same sex, and only the second worldwide - and all in a tiny, mostly Catholic country often considered rather conservative. Bettel, 42, and his civil partner Gauthier Destenay are among the first gay men to exercise their right to wed since the Grand Duchy in January become the latest EU state to extend full rights to same-sex marriages. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
GAYMARRIAGE-EUROPE/LUXEMBOURG
RTX1D4N8
May 15, 2015
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel poses with his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay (L), after...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Luxembourg's PM Bettel poses with his partner Destenay after their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city...
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel poses with his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay (L), after their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city hall, May 15, 2015. Luxembourg's prime minister on Friday becomes the first serving leader in the European Union to marry someone of the same sex, and only the second worldwide - and all in a tiny, mostly Catholic country often considered rather conservative. Bettel, 42, and his civil partner Gauthier Destenay are among the first gay men to exercise their right to wed since the Grand Duchy in January become the latest EU state to extend full rights to same-sex marriages. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
GAYMARRIAGE-EUROPE/LUXEMBOURG
RTX1D4MB
May 15, 2015
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel poses with his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay (L), after...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Luxembourg's PM Bettel poses with his partner Destenay after their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city...
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel poses with his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay (L), after their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city hall, May 15, 2015. Luxembourg's prime minister on Friday becomes the first serving leader in the European Union to marry someone of the same sex, and only the second worldwide - and all in a tiny, mostly Catholic country often considered rather conservative. Bettel, 42, and his civil partner Gauthier Destenay are among the first gay men to exercise their right to wed since the Grand Duchy in January become the latest EU state to extend full rights to same-sex marriages. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
GAYMARRIAGE-EUROPE/LUXEMBOURG
RTX1D4LR
May 15, 2015
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel poses with his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay (L), after...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Luxembourg's PM Bettel poses with his partner Destenay after their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city...
Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel poses with his partner, Belgian Gauthier Destenay (L), after their wedding ceremony at Luxembourg's city hall, May 15, 2015. Luxembourg's prime minister on Friday becomes the first serving leader in the European Union to marry someone of the same sex, and only the second worldwide - and all in a tiny, mostly Catholic country often considered rather conservative. Bettel, 42, and his civil partner Gauthier Destenay are among the first gay men to exercise their right to wed since the Grand Duchy in January become the latest EU state to extend full rights to same-sex marriages. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHILE-CIVILUNIONS/
RTR4ND6B
January 28, 2015
Pastor Javier Soto (R) shouts insults against LGBT activist group Motion of Integration and Gay Liberation...
Valparaiso, Chile
Pastor Soto shouts insults against MOVILH leader Jimenez after the passage of the Civil Union Accord...
Pastor Javier Soto (R) shouts insults against LGBT activist group Motion of Integration and Gay Liberation (MOVILH) leader Rolando Jimenez (2nd L) after the passage of a bill known locally as the Civil Union Accord in Valparaiso city January 28, 2015. After nearly four years of legislative wrangling, legislators in socially-conservative Chile on Wednesday gave the green light to civil unions for same-sex and unmarried heterosexual couples. The bill will give many of the legal rights afforded to married couples to an estimated two million Chileans. Most of those expected to benefit from the civil unions are unmarried, heterosexual couples though the move is also seen as a big step forward for gay rights. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido (CHILE - Tags: POLITICS)
CHILE-CIVILUNIONS/
RTR4ND5H
January 28, 2015
A man who calls himself the prophet of Valparaiso (C) preaches with a Bible against members of Iguales,...
Valparaiso, Chile
A man preaches with a Bible against members of Iguales as the group celebrates the passage of the Civil...
A man who calls himself the prophet of Valparaiso (C) preaches with a Bible against members of Iguales, a group promoting equal rights of sexual minorities, as the group celebrates the passage of a bill known locally as the Civil Union Accord in Valparaiso city January 28, 2015. After nearly four years of legislative wrangling, legislators in socially-conservative Chile on Wednesday gave the green light to civil unions for same-sex and unmarried heterosexual couples. The bill will give many of the legal rights afforded to married couples to an estimated two million Chileans. Most of those expected to benefit from the civil unions are unmarried, heterosexual couples though the move is also seen as a big step forward for gay rights. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido (CHILE - Tags: POLITICS)
CHILE-CIVILUNIONS/
RTR4ND4I
January 28, 2015
LGBT activist group Motion of Integration and Gay Liberation (MOVILH) leader Rolando Jimenez (L) pours...
Valparaiso, Chile
MOVILH leader Jimenez pours champagne for government spokesman Elizalde as they celebrate after the Chilean...
LGBT activist group Motion of Integration and Gay Liberation (MOVILH) leader Rolando Jimenez (L) pours champagne for government spokesman Alvaro Elizalde (R) as they celebrate after the Chilean Congress passed a bill known locally as the Civil Union Accord in Valparaiso city January 28, 2015. After nearly four years of legislative wrangling, legislators in socially-conservative Chile on Wednesday gave the green light to civil unions for same-sex and unmarried heterosexual couples. The bill will give many of the legal rights afforded to married couples to an estimated two million Chileans. Most of those expected to benefit from the civil unions are unmarried, heterosexual couples though the move is also seen as a big step forward for gay rights. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido (CHILE - Tags: POLITICS)
CHILE-CIVILUNIONS/
RTR4ND4H
January 28, 2015
LGBT activist group Motion of Integration and Gay Liberation (MOVILH) leader Rolando Jimenez (2nd L)...
Valparaiso, Chile
MOVILH leader Jimenez celebrates with group members and government spokesman Elizalde after the Chilean...
LGBT activist group Motion of Integration and Gay Liberation (MOVILH) leader Rolando Jimenez (2nd L) celebrates with group members and government spokesman Alvaro Elizalde (R) after the Chilean Congress passed a bill known locally as the Civil Union Accord in Valparaiso city January 28, 2015. After nearly four years of legislative wrangling, legislators in socially-conservative Chile on Wednesday gave the green light to civil unions for same-sex and unmarried heterosexual couples. The bill will give many of the legal rights afforded to married couples to an estimated two million Chileans. Most of those expected to benefit from the civil unions are unmarried, heterosexual couples though the move is also seen as a big step forward for gay rights. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido (CHILE - Tags: POLITICS)
CHILE-CIVILUNIONS/
RTR4ND38
January 28, 2015
LGBT activist group Motion of Integration and Gay Liberation (MOVILH) leader Rolando Jimenez celebrates...
Valparaiso, Chile
MOVILH leader Jimenez celebrates with group members after the Chilean Congress passed the Civil Union...
LGBT activist group Motion of Integration and Gay Liberation (MOVILH) leader Rolando Jimenez celebrates with group members after the Chilean Congress passed a bill known locally as the Civil Union Accord in Valparaiso city January 28, 2015. After nearly four years of legislative wrangling, legislators in socially-conservative Chile on Wednesday gave the green light to civil unions for same-sex and unmarried heterosexual couples. The bill will give many of the legal rights afforded to married couples to an estimated two million Chileans. Most of those expected to benefit from the civil unions are unmarried, heterosexual couples though the move is also seen as a big step forward for gay rights. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido (CHILE - Tags: POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MEXICO-PROTEST/
RTR48360
September 29, 2014
Evangelical Christians march against Coahuila state's legalisation of same-sex marriages in Saltillo,...
SALTILLO, Mexico
Evangelical Christians march against Coahuila state's legalisation of same-sex marriages in Saltillo
Evangelical Christians march against Coahuila state's legalisation of same-sex marriages in Saltillo, September 28, 2014. The northern Mexican state of Coahuila legalised marriages between homosexual couples on September 1, becoming the second entity of the Latin American country to allow such unions after the federal district. The local Congress approved the change in the law despite fierce opposition from conservative groups such as the Roman Catholic Church, which says this legalisation is an attempt to destroy the traditional idea of a family unit. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
MEXICO-PROTEST/
RTR4835T
September 29, 2014
An evangelical Christian shouts during a march against Coahuila state's legalisation of same-sex marriages...
SALTILLO, Mexico
Evangelical Christian shouts during a march against Coahuila state's legalisation of same-sex marriages...
An evangelical Christian shouts during a march against Coahuila state's legalisation of same-sex marriages in Saltillo, September 28, 2014. The northern Mexican state of Coahuila legalised marriages between homosexual couples on September 1, becoming the second entity of the Latin American country to allow such unions after the federal district. The local Congress approved the change in the law despite fierce opposition from conservative groups such as the Roman Catholic Church, which says this legalisation is an attempt to destroy the traditional idea of a family unit. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
MEXICO-PROTEST/
RTR4835S
September 29, 2014
Evangelical Christians march against Coahuila state's legalisation of same-sex marriages in Saltillo,...
SALTILLO, Mexico
Evangelical Christians march against Coahuila state's legalisation of same-sex marriages in Saltillo
Evangelical Christians march against Coahuila state's legalisation of same-sex marriages in Saltillo, September 28, 2014. The northern Mexican state of Coahuila legalised marriages between homosexual couples on September 1, becoming the second entity of the Latin American country to allow such unions after the federal district. The local Congress approved the change in the law despite fierce opposition from conservative groups such as the Roman Catholic Church, which says this legalisation is an attempt to destroy the traditional idea of a family unit. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
MEXICO-PROTEST/
RTR4835E
September 29, 2014
A pro same-sex marriage demonstrator (R) shouts at evangelical Christians marching against Coahuila state's...
SALTILLO, Mexico
Pro same-sex marriage demonstrator shouts at evangelical Christians marching against Coahuila state's...
A pro same-sex marriage demonstrator (R) shouts at evangelical Christians marching against Coahuila state's legalisation of same-sex marriages in Saltillo, September 28, 2014. The northern Mexican state of Coahuila legalised marriages between homosexual couples on September 1, becoming the second entity of the Latin American country to allow such unions after the federal district. The local Congress approved the change in the law despite fierce opposition from conservative groups such as the Roman Catholic Church, which says this legalisation is an attempt to destroy the traditional idea of a family unit. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
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September 29, 2014
An evangelical Christian prays during a march against Coahuila state's legalisation of same-sex marriage...
SALTILLO, Mexico
Evangelical Christian prays during a march against Coahuila state's legalisation of same-sex marriage...
An evangelical Christian prays during a march against Coahuila state's legalisation of same-sex marriage in Saltillo, September 28, 2014. The northern Mexican state of Coahuila legalised marriages between homosexual couples on September 1, becoming the second entity of the Latin American country to allow such unions after the federal district. The local Congress approved the change in the law despite fierce opposition from conservative groups such as the Roman Catholic Church, which says this legalisation is an attempt to destroy the traditional idea of a family unit. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
MEXICO-PROTEST/
RTR4834F
September 29, 2014
Evangelical Christians march against Coahuila state's legalisation of same-sex marriage in Saltillo,...
SALTILLO, Mexico
Evangelical Christians march against Coahuila state's legalisation of same-sex marriage in Saltillo
Evangelical Christians march against Coahuila state's legalisation of same-sex marriage in Saltillo, September 28, 2014. The northern Mexican state of Coahuila legalised marriages between homosexual couples on September 1, becoming the second entity of the Latin American country to allow such unions after the federal district. The local Congress approved the change in the law despite fierce opposition from conservative groups such as the Roman Catholic Church, which says that this legalisation is an attempt to destroy the traditional idea of a family unit. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
MEXICO-PROTEST/
RTR4832V
September 29, 2014
An evangelical Christian shouts during a march against Coahuila state's legalisation of same-sex marriage...
SALTILLO, Mexico
Evangelical Christian shouts during a march against Coahuila state's legalisation of same-sex marriage...
An evangelical Christian shouts during a march against Coahuila state's legalisation of same-sex marriage in Saltillo, September 28, 2014. The northern Mexican state of Coahuila legalised marriages between homosexual couples on September 1, becoming the second entity of the Latin American country to allow such unions after the federal district. The local Congress approved the change in the law despite fierce opposition from conservative groups such as the Roman Catholic Church, which says that legalisation is an attempt to destroy the traditional idea of a family unit. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
USA-LATAM/EVANGELICAL
RTR41V8H
August 10, 2014
Pastor Roberto Bastante delivers a speech during a ceremony of Peru's Christian Evangelical churches...
Lima, Peru
Pastor Roberto Bastante delivers a speech during a ceremony of Peru's Christian Evangelical churches...
Pastor Roberto Bastante delivers a speech during a ceremony of Peru's Christian Evangelical churches with political leaders in Lima, July 30, 2014. Losing the fight against same-sex marriage at home, leading U.S. Evangelical Christians are joining in the culture wars in Latin America as cheerleaders for opponents of gay legal partnerships, abortion and pornography. The many left-leaning governments in Latin America will not be easily swayed by U.S.-backed conservatives and the fight against gay marriage has already been lost in Argentina, Uruguay and Mexico City, which have legalized it in the last four years. But the alliance of U.S. and Latin American Evangelicals is having some success in Peru, where a conservative lawmaker who is an NHCLC/CONELA officeholder is blocking a bill in Congress that would allow gay civil unions. Picture taken July 30, 2014. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
USA-LATAM/EVANGELICAL
RTR41V87
August 10, 2014
Pastor Roberto Bastante delivers a speech during a ceremony of Peru's Christian Evangelical churches...
Lima, Peru
Pastor Roberto Bastante delivers a speech during a ceremony of Peru's Christian Evangelical churches...
Pastor Roberto Bastante delivers a speech during a ceremony of Peru's Christian Evangelical churches with political leaders in Lima, July 30, 2014. Losing the fight against same-sex marriage at home, leading U.S. Evangelical Christians are joining in the culture wars in Latin America as cheerleaders for opponents of gay legal partnerships, abortion and pornography. The many left-leaning governments in Latin America will not be easily swayed by U.S.-backed conservatives and the fight against gay marriage has already been lost in Argentina, Uruguay and Mexico City, which have legalized it in the last four years. But the alliance of U.S. and Latin American Evangelicals is having some success in Peru, where a conservative lawmaker who is an NHCLC/CONELA officeholder is blocking a bill in Congress that would allow gay civil unions. Picture taken July 30, 2014. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
USA-LATAM/EVANGELICAL
RTR41V82
August 10, 2014
Peruvian congressman and former pastor Julio Rosas is pictured after a ceremony of Peru's Christian Evangelical...
Lima, Peru
Peruvian congressman and former pastor Julio Rosas is pictured after a ceremony of Peru's Christian Evangelical...
Peruvian congressman and former pastor Julio Rosas is pictured after a ceremony of Peru's Christian Evangelical churches with political leaders in Lima, July 30, 2014. Losing the fight against same-sex marriage at home, leading U.S. Evangelical Christians are joining in the culture wars in Latin America as cheerleaders for opponents of gay legal partnerships, abortion and pornography. The many left-leaning governments in Latin America will not be easily swayed by U.S.-backed conservatives and the fight against gay marriage has already been lost in Argentina, Uruguay and Mexico City, which have legalized it in the last four years. But the alliance of U.S. and Latin American Evangelicals is having some success in Peru, where Rosas, a conservative lawmaker who is an NHCLC/CONELA officeholder, is blocking a bill in Congress that would allow gay civil unions. Picture taken July 30, 2014. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
USA-LATAM/EVANGELICAL
RTR41V81
August 10, 2014
Peruvian congressman and former pastor Julio Rosas (3rd L) sings a Christian song as he stands with opposition...
Lima, Peru
Peruvian congressman Julio Rosas sings a Christian song next to opposition party leader Keiko Fujimori...
Peruvian congressman and former pastor Julio Rosas (3rd L) sings a Christian song as he stands with opposition party leader Keiko Fujimori (L) and other congressmen during a ceremony of Peru's Christian Evangelical churches with political leaders in Lima, July 30, 2014. Losing the fight against same-sex marriage at home, leading U.S. Evangelical Christians are joining in the culture wars in Latin America as cheerleaders for opponents of gay legal partnerships, abortion and pornography. The many left-leaning governments in Latin America will not be easily swayed by U.S.-backed conservatives and the fight against gay marriage has already been lost in Argentina, Uruguay and Mexico City, which have legalized it in the last four years. But the alliance of U.S. and Latin American Evangelicals is having some success in Peru, where Rosas, a conservative lawmaker who is an NHCLC/CONELA officeholder, is blocking a bill in Congress that would allow gay civil unions. Picture taken July 30, 2014. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
USA-LATAM/EVANGELICAL
RTR41V7Y
August 10, 2014
Peru's Former President Alan Garcia (C), Prime Minster Ana Jara (2nd L), Foreign Minister Gonzalo Gutierrez...
Lima, Peru
Peru's Former President Garcia, PM Jara, FM Gutierrez, Congresswoman Cuculiza and opposition party leader...
Peru's Former President Alan Garcia (C), Prime Minster Ana Jara (2nd L), Foreign Minister Gonzalo Gutierrez (L), Congresswoman Luisa Cuculiza (2nd R) and opposition party leader Keiko Fujimori stand as they sing a Christian song during a ceremony of Peru's Christian Evangelical churches with political leaders in Lima, July 30, 2014. Losing the fight against same-sex marriage at home, leading U.S. Evangelical Christians are joining in the culture wars in Latin America as cheerleaders for opponents of gay legal partnerships, abortion and pornography. The many left-leaning governments in Latin America will not be easily swayed by U.S.-backed conservatives and the fight against gay marriage has already been lost in Argentina, Uruguay and Mexico City, which have legalized it in the last four years. But the alliance of U.S. and Latin American Evangelicals is having some success in Peru, where a conservative lawmaker who is an NHCLC/CONELA officeholder is blocking a bill in Congress that would allow gay civil unions. Picture taken July 30, 2014. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
USA-LATAM/EVANGELICAL
RTR41V7U
August 10, 2014
People pray during a ceremony held by Peru's Christian Evangelical churches with political leaders in...
Lima, Peru
People pray during a ceremony held by Peru's Christian Evangelical churches with political leaders in...
People pray during a ceremony held by Peru's Christian Evangelical churches with political leaders in Lima, July 30, 2014. Losing the fight against same-sex marriage at home, leading U.S. Evangelical Christians are joining in the culture wars in Latin America as cheerleaders for opponents of gay legal partnerships, abortion and pornography. The many left-leaning governments in Latin America will not be easily swayed by U.S.-backed conservatives and the fight against gay marriage has already been lost in Argentina, Uruguay and Mexico City, which have legalized it in the last four years. But the alliance of U.S. and Latin American Evangelicals is having some success in Peru, where a conservative lawmaker who is an NHCLC/CONELA officeholder is blocking a bill in Congress that would allow gay civil unions. Picture taken July 30, 2014. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
USA-LATAM/EVANGELICAL
RTR41V7T
August 10, 2014
People pray during a ceremony held by Peru's Christian Evangelical churches with political leaders in...
Lima, Peru
People pray during a ceremony held by Peru's Christian Evangelical churches with political leaders in...
People pray during a ceremony held by Peru's Christian Evangelical churches with political leaders in Lima, July 30, 2014. Losing the fight against same-sex marriage at home, leading U.S. Evangelical Christians are joining in the culture wars in Latin America as cheerleaders for opponents of gay legal partnerships, abortion and pornography. The many left-leaning governments in Latin America will not be easily swayed by U.S.-backed conservatives and the fight against gay marriage has already been lost in Argentina, Uruguay and Mexico City, which have legalized it in the last four years. But the alliance of U.S. and Latin American Evangelicals is having some success in Peru, where a conservative lawmaker who is an NHCLC/CONELA officeholder is blocking a bill in Congress that would allow gay civil unions. Picture taken July 30, 2014. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
USA-LATAM/EVANGELICAL
RTR41V7S
August 10, 2014
People pray during a ceremony held by Peru's Christian Evangelical churches with political leaders in...
Lima, Peru
People pray during a ceremony held by Peru's Christian Evangelical churches with political leaders in...
People pray during a ceremony held by Peru's Christian Evangelical churches with political leaders in Lima, July 30, 2014. Losing the fight against same-sex marriage at home, leading U.S. Evangelical Christians are joining in the culture wars in Latin America as cheerleaders for opponents of gay legal partnerships, abortion and pornography. The many left-leaning governments in Latin America will not be easily swayed by U.S.-backed conservatives and the fight against gay marriage has already been lost in Argentina, Uruguay and Mexico City, which have legalized it in the last four years. But the alliance of U.S. and Latin American Evangelicals is having some success in Peru, where a conservative lawmaker who is an NHCLC/CONELA officeholder is blocking a bill in Congress that would allow gay civil unions. Picture taken July 30, 2014. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
USA-LATAM/EVANGELICAL
RTR41V7H
August 10, 2014
A woman prays during a ceremony held by Peru's Christian Evangelical churches with political leaders...
Lima, Peru
A woman prays during a ceremony held by Peru's Christian Evangelical churches with political leaders...
A woman prays during a ceremony held by Peru's Christian Evangelical churches with political leaders in Lima, July 30, 2014. Losing the fight against same-sex marriage at home, leading U.S. Evangelical Christians are joining in the culture wars in Latin America as cheerleaders for opponents of gay legal partnerships, abortion and pornography. The many left-leaning governments in Latin America will not be easily swayed by U.S.-backed conservatives and the fight against gay marriage has already been lost in Argentina, Uruguay and Mexico City, which have legalized it in the last four years. But the alliance of U.S. and Latin American Evangelicals is having some success in Peru, where a conservative lawmaker who is an NHCLC/CONELA officeholder is blocking a bill in Congress that would allow gay civil unions. Picture taken July 30, 2014. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
USA/
RTR3RWKR
June 02, 2014
Hank Hamilton kisses his partner Larry Clement (L) during their same-sex marriage ceremony in a mass...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Hamilton kisses his partner Clement during their same-sex marriage ceremony in Chicago, Illinois
Hank Hamilton kisses his partner Larry Clement (L) during their same-sex marriage ceremony in a mass ceremony at Unity in Chicago in Chicago, Illinois, June 1, 2014. Same-sex marriage became legal in the State of Illinois on June 1. Picture taken June 1, 2014. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)

This is photograph 13 of 15 of the same-sex wedding between Hank Hamilton and Larry Clement taken on June 1, 2014
USA/
RTR3RWK0
June 02, 2014
Hank Hamilton (front row, 2nd L) and his partner Larry Clement (front row, L) take part in their same-sex...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Hamilton and his partner Clement take part in their same-sex marriage ceremony in Chicago
Hank Hamilton (front row, 2nd L) and his partner Larry Clement (front row, L) take part in their same-sex marriage ceremony during a mass ceremony at Unity in Chicago in Chicago, Illinois, June 1, 2014. Same-sex marriage became legal in the State of Illinois on June 1. Picture taken June 1, 2014. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)

This is photograph 9 of 15 of the same-sex wedding between Hank Hamilton and Larry Clement taken on June 1, 2014
USA/
RTR3RWIF
June 02, 2014
Hank Hamilton and his partner Larry Clement (L) jump in the air as part of "jumping the broom," a traditional...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Hamilton and his partner Clement jump in the air during their same-sex marriage ceremony in Chicago,...
Hank Hamilton and his partner Larry Clement (L) jump in the air as part of "jumping the broom," a traditional wedding custom, during their same-sex marriage ceremony at Unity in Chicago in Chicago, Illinois, June 1, 2014. Same-sex marriage became legal in the State of Illinois on June 1. Picture taken June 1, 2014. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

This is photograph 14 of 15 of the same-sex wedding between Hank Hamilton and Larry Clement taken on June 1, 2014
USA-GAYMARRIAGE-PENNSYLVANIA
RTR3Q31C
May 20, 2014
A boy holds up a sign during a rally by gay rights supporters on the steps of the Pennsylvania State...
Harrisburg, UNITED STATES
A boy holds up a sign during a rally by gay rights supporters on the steps of the Pennsylvania State...
A boy holds up a sign during a rally by gay rights supporters on the steps of the Pennsylvania State Capital after a ruling struck down a ban on same sex marriage in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, May 20, 2014. Pennsylvania's ban on same-sex marriage was struck down by a federal judge on Tuesday in the latest court decision in the United States confirming gay couples' rights to wed. REUTERS/Mark Makela (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MEXICO/
RTR3I3NY
March 21, 2014
A gay couple holds hands during a mass wedding in Mexico City March 21, 2014. According to the organizers,...
Mexico City, Mexico
A gay couple holds hands during a mass wedding in Mexico City
A gay couple holds hands during a mass wedding in Mexico City March 21, 2014. According to the organizers, fifty-eight same-sex couples married on Friday to commemorate the 4th anniversary of the legalization of same-sex marriages in Mexico City, the first jurisdiction in Latin America to do so. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA/
RTR3FPNU
February 25, 2014
Russian citizens Alexander Eremeev (L) and Dimitry Zaytsev, a gay couple from Sochi, Russia, show their...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A Russian gay couple shows their marriage book and wedding rings during their wedding ceremony at a civil...
Russian citizens Alexander Eremeev (L) and Dimitry Zaytsev, a gay couple from Sochi, Russia, show their marriage book and wedding rings during their wedding ceremony at a civil registry office in Buenos Aires February 25, 2014. Eremeev, a travel agent, and Zaytsev, who said he was a former member of the KGB, have came to Buenos Aires, where same-sex marriage is legalized, to get married and escape prosecution under Russia's anti-gay laws. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-GAYMARRIAGE/UTAH
RTX16SO4
December 23, 2013
Andrea Dahl (L) marries Coral Mangus, her partner of 25 years, at the Salt Lake County Government Building...
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
Andrea Dahl marries Coral Mangus, her partner of 25 years, in Salt Lake City
Andrea Dahl (L) marries Coral Mangus, her partner of 25 years, at the Salt Lake County Government Building in Salt Lake City, Utah, December 23, 2013. Same-sex marriages were allowed to proceed in Utah after a federal judge on Monday refused to block his own ruling making gay marriage legal in the state. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
USA-GAYMARRIAGE/UTAH
RTX16SLE
December 23, 2013
Jax Collins (L) and Heather Collins get married at the Salt Lake County Government Building in Salt Lake...
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
Jax Collins and Heather Collins get married at the Salt Lake County Government Building in Salt Lake...
Jax Collins (L) and Heather Collins get married at the Salt Lake County Government Building in Salt Lake City, Utah, December 23, 2013. U.S. District Judge Robert Shelby in Utah on Monday refused to block his own order making same-sex marriage legal in the state, denying a request to do so by Governor Gary Herbert. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
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