In 2016, the United States became the first country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage, and it set a record in the number of same-gender couples marrying each year.
In 2020, the first year of same sex marriage, more than 5,600 same-gendered couples married in the United Kingdom.
In 2017, that number stood at nearly 4,600, according to the Pew Research Center.
But while the United Nation’s Human Rights Council said last year that the world had “an obligation to promote equality and mutual respect in all its forms” in the face of discrimination, LGBT rights groups and others say same- sex marriage still isn’t as common as some would have us believe.
“There are many different kinds of people who live with the same sexual orientation,” says Jennifer L. Pendergraft, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute.
“That’s a small percentage. “
If you’re in a same-Gender Marriage, the percentage is even smaller. “
That’s a small percentage.
If you’re in a same-Gender Marriage, the percentage is even smaller.
The numbers in other countries are much higher.”
For example, only 3.5 percent of Americans identify as lesbian, gay or bisexual, according Pew.
While many of the same-age same-siblings living together as a couple live happily ever after, there are many gay and lesbian couples who want to make it legal to marry, according.
And even if they’re not together right now, many would consider themselves married.
“Gay and lesbian people are still very, very rare,” says Pendergrams.
“It’s the people who aren’t gay and lesbians, it’s the couples who aren�t gay and straight.
It takes a long time to get it. “
Same-gender marriage is not an everyday thing.
It takes a long time to get it.
The number of people getting married has not kept pace with the number that want it.
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If you’re a gay or queer person, I think it�ll be easier to get married than it is to get a driver�s license, and that�s a big difference between now and then.”
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