Marriage Equality Is Gaining Traction Around The World

Marriage Equality Is Gaining Traction Around The World

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Why we’re covering this: Even though the United States now has marriage equality, many countries still ban the practice. Thankfully, however, activists all over the world are fighting to show that love is love, no matter what, and should be celebrated.

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This coverage promotes sexual and gender equality while highlighting issues of health, violence, culture, and legal and human rights. Equal Eyes provides advocates and allies a common frame of reference for the realities of global LGBTI communities. Through followup reporting and disseminating this coverage, our effort is to ensure we have a representation of the global stories that matter most or may have under-reporting.

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