18 Countries Where Gay Marriages are Legal

By SiliconIndia   |   Monday, 29 June 2015, 10:52 Hrs
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BENGALURU: So did you change your Facebook DP to a rainbow colored filter over this weekend? If you did you mean to say that you support the ultimate verdict given by the Supreme Court of America on legalizing same sex marriages. It is indeed a verdict that marks the beginning of a new era in our struggle for equality.



However the U.S. is not the only country that stood by equality. Few other countries have legalized same sex marriages in the past. Here is a list of countries that upheld the real sense of equality in the past and continue to do so, as compiled by Business Insider—



2001-2003: Netherlands & Belgium



Gay Marriages in Netherlands



Netherlands, stands as a pioneer in the world to legalize same sex marriages in 2001. They were followed by Belgium who passed an act on gay marriages on June 1st 2003.

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