The Supreme Court of Mexico has decided that all Mexican states must accept the validity of same-sex marriages (SSM) contracted in Mexico City, where such ‘marriages’ were legalized in December of last year. The vote was 9-2.
Canada gave SSM Nationwide approval in August of 2005.
On the North American continent, America’s decision over the definition of marriage is the only one left uncertain.
“As it was in the days of Noah…”
Mexican Supreme Court Imposes Homosexual ‘Marriage” on Entire Country
Same-Sex Marriages (SSM) in Canada