While there’s plenty going on here in the U.S. regarding gay rights, I thought I’d pass along the news that Iceland’s Parliament recently voted to change its marriage laws so that marriage is the legal union of two individuals and not only of a man and a woman.
Domestic partnerships will no longer be available to same-sex couples in Iceland. Rather, if this law is ratified, gay couples will have the option to marry.
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