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Denmark greenlights church marriages for gays

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Denmark greenlights church marriages for gays

BY NATASHA BARSOTTI – In an 85 to 24 vote, the Danish parliament cleared the way June 7 for same-sex couples to get married in church ceremonies — instead of blessing ceremonies — as soon as June 15.

According to a Gay Star News report, the country's prime minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt, of the Social Democrats party (Socialdemokraterne), says on her Facebook page, "Today we allow homosexual couples to enter into marriage on equal footing as everyone else." 

The report also states that couples in civil partnerships will now be granted "married" status.

In 1989, Denmark became the first country to allow registered partnerships for gay couples. 

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Expect t o hear the catholic
Expect t o hear the catholic pope and the evangelicals freaking out

the evangelicals in my country justified slavery as per the bible and gave us segregation and the KKK

Theh catholic church's hatred of the Jews for a millenia formed the basis of the holocaust and the election of a madman Hitler to power

One would think the German pope would know better but in 2009 he committed the UNholy of Unholies, the sin of all sins by

UNexcommmunciating a Bishop Williamson, a holocaust denier


BTW the following horror story sounds like the church supports that madman Dr. Mengele of nazi germany


The next scandal about to unfold?
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