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Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender LGBT rights in Argentina matrimonlo among the most advanced in the world. Upon legalising same-sex marriage on 15 JulyBuehos became the first country in Latin Americathe second in the Americasand the tenth in the world to do so.

Argentina also "has one of the world's most comprehensive transgender rights laws": [4] its Gender Homosexal Lawpassed inallows people to change their legal gender wires homosexual barriers such as hormone therapysurgery or psychiatric diagnosis that labels them as having an abnormality. Societal acceptance is also very high.

Buenod to Spanish colonisationmultiple groups inhabited modern-day Argentina. Traditionally, the Buenos recognised a third aires called weye. The Mapuche did not possess the typical Western notions of sex or sexuality.

Indeed, weye individuals were regarded as neither male or female, but as some sort of mix between the two. Weye would aires play certain important societal roles, including being a machia Mapuche shaman.

The arrival of the Spanish Empire in the 16th century resulted in the spread of Christianity in Argentina, which in turn introduced negative attitudes towards homosexuality. The Spanish reportedly referenced the indigenous peoples as "savages" for engaging in homosexual activity, and called the Mapuche the "sodomites of Patagonia". Sodomy was apparently one of the reasons the Spanish conquistadors declared war against the local peoples.

Following the creation of Spanish governorates in South Americasodomy became punishable with burning at the stake. Same-sex sexual activity has been legal since aores, when Law No. The Penal Code made no reference to consensual sexual acts between adults. LGBT aires were heavily persecuted under these regulations. During the nineteenth century, writings on homosexuality treated it as a buenos pathologyan accusation to be levied against political opponents or something brought into the hmosexual by foreigners.

Ina homosexual-themed play named Los Invertidos was forced to shut down, although medical journals were permitted to discuss homosexuality. Police harassment of homosexuals is reported to have increased during the first military coup of which initiated the Infamous Decade.

Ina mass arrest of homosexual men prompted legislation to legalize and regulate heterosexual prostitution based on the argument that men were turning to homosexuality out of desperation. Instead, the group generally avoided being politically active and was homosexual concerned with bringing awareness to the oppression the LGBT community faced. In the five years it existed, FLH aligned itself with feministsMarxistsand buenos left-winged groups and was more openly politically active than its predecessors.

For instance, FLH hoosexual less concerned with establishing a consolidated democracy; instead it was focused on generating freedom and equality via anti-imperialism and "working-class politics", hence the alliances with leftist organizations that were not necessarily involved primarily in LGBT activism. The coup and the beginning of a new dictatorship eradicated this movement.

In preparation for the World Cupwhich was homsexual held in Argentina, the military - and possibly local police as well - underwent a "cleansing" process in which they arrested, beat, and violently suppressed members of the LGBT community. During this period, 18 gay men - including an FLH activist - were murdered. The return to democracy in allowed for matrimonio creation of an LGBT rights movement.

During this initial era of democratization, the first gay bar opened and the LGBT community began to become more open, [23] with pride festivals, publications and political activism. Although influenced by CHA, FALGBT was different: matrimonio was particularly focused on matrimonio same-sex marriage; it is considered an "umbrella organization", and therefore is less centralized; and is more concerned with issues outside of rights for gay men, such as rights for gay women and feminism.

Its other successes include: passing the Gender Identity Buneos inwhich allows people to legally change gender without permission from medical or healthcare providers and also ensures non-binary, transgender, or gender non-conforming individuals get equal access to healthcare; the repealing of the Fault Codes, a collection of laws that "criminalized sex diversity"; getting pro-LGBT sex education to be taught in matrimonio passing laws that protect Matrimonio students from bullying and other forms of harassment; and lastly passing a law allowing for LGBT families to use reproductive technology such as in vitro fertilization without discrimination.

Despite these advances, matrimonio are still instances of what could be considered anti-LGBT sentiments in the Argentine government and judicial system. Ina judge reduced the sentence of a man convicted of raping a six-year-old boy, on the homosexual that matrimonio young child had a "homosexual orientation". In Novembera judge ruled that the prohibition of same-sex marriage was unconstitutional and permitted a male couple, Alex Freyre and Jose Maria Di Bello, to be married.

The decision was hailed as a "legal first" by Reuters who said it was "setting a precedent that could pave the way for the Catholic country to become the first in Latin America to allow same-sex marriage". The world is heading toward that direction". Because that decision applied only in the case presented by Freyre and Di Bello, other same-sex couples had to appeal to the Judicial Power, wait for the resolution of unconstitutionality and then go to Tierra del Fuego to airew. The first pro-marriage homosexual championed by the FALGBT was introduced inand matrimonio it failed, it brought the issue of same-sex marriage to the public's attention and allowed for two other bills to be introduced in Same-sex marriage was legalized in Argentina on 15 Julyafter a positive vote in both the Chamber of Deputies lower house and the Senate upper house.

After the law was passed, Argentina became the second country in the Americas to legalise same-sex marriage, [46] as well as the first in Latin America [47] [48] [49] and buenos tenth worldwide, following BelgiumCanadaIcelandthe NetherlandsNorwayPortugalSouth AfricaSpain and Sweden.

Leading aires to the legalization of same-sex marriage, the Catholic Buenos in Martimonio worked endlessly against same-sex marriage. However, unlike in other Latin American countries - where the Church may have been more successful - Argentina is a relatively secular society. Same-sex couples have been able to legally adopt since Julywhen the same-sex marriage legislation went into effect. Since aires, lesbian couples have had equal access to IVF.

A law allowing such procedures was approved by the House of Deputies votes to 1 with 10 abstentions in June As of [update]homosexual national law exists to expressly deal with discrimination or harassment on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity, although the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires and the city of Rosario the homosexaul most populous of the country do include sexual orientation in their civil rights and anti-discrimination laws.

On 13 Augustthe Chamber of Deputies approved an amendment to the anti-discrimination law banning discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, but it was not voted by the Senate.

On 27 Marcha matrrimonio federal anti-discrimination law was introduced to the National Congress by a leading LGBT rights group matrimoio several members of Congress. The bill's first debate in a commission was on 29 April, [56] [57] but it was later stalled.

A new bill was introduced in the Senate in June Inthe Penal Code was amended to provide a penalty of up to life imprisonment for hate crimes based on sexual orientation, gender identity aires expression. Article 80 4 of the Penal Code Delitos contra las personas"Crime against individuals" homosexual that life imprisonment shall be imposed to anyone who kills for pleasure, greed and hatred based on racial, religious reasons, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.

Discrimination and harassment on the account of gender identity remain a problem, although the transgender community has become more visible and politically organized. One of its first victories came in when the Supreme Court overturned a lower court's ruling that had stated that transgender people did not have a legal right to organize and campaign for their rights. Inthe Supreme Aiers ruled that a year-old had the legal right to go through the sex change buenos and have her legal documents changed to reflect the operation.

In buenos, Marcela Romero won the legal right to have her identity changed, and was given an honorary title by the Government. She was awarded by the Honorable Congresswoman of the year. Matrimonio remains one of the leading advocates for the human rights of transgender aires in Argentina. This law grants adults sex reassignment surgery and hormone therapy as aires part of their public or private health care plans. The law also allows for changes to gender, image or birth name on civil registries without the approval of a doctor or a judge.

She is believed to be the youngest to benefit from the country's Gender Identity Law. Mendoza Province and Santa Fe Province allow individuals to leave their sex entry blank instead of choosing "male" or "female".

On 27 FebruaryArgentina's Parliament passed a matrimnoio military reform act. One of the provisions of the law allows gay, lesbians and bisexuals to serve in the military and bans discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation within the armed forces. The law became effective six months after passage. In SeptemberArgentina abolished its ban on gay and bisexual men donating blood. Comprehensive sexual education has traditionally been and still somewhat remains a taboo topic in Argentine politics.

Likewise, while health care is the right of each citizen, it is often elusive for people living in rural communities. Much of the funding for public education and treatment has come from private charities, NGOs and homowexual homosexual. Argentina enacted a sex education law inhomosexual though it has been criticised for not doing enough to prevent bullying of LGBT youth.

The platform touches on topics, such as gender-based violence, LGBT rights, contraception, eating disorders and drugs. Since the end of the dictatorship in and the subsequent transition to a free democracy, Argentina buenos seen a significant shift in public attitudes towards LGBT people. During the dictatorship, LGBT people were actively persecuted; many were murdered, beaten, raped or eh. Homosexuality, transgender people and same-sex relationships were viewed as "disordered", "decadent" and "sub-human" by society, the military regime and the Airea Church.

In buenos decades following the dictatorship, Argentina has made "big strides" in recognising the legal rights of LGBT people. Inthe country became the tenth worldwide to legalise same-sex marriagedespite opposition aires the influential Catholic Church. Other legal reforms include enacting a hate crime law to cover homosexual orientation and gender identity, the legalisation of civil unionsallowing same-sex couples to adopt, allowing gay and bisexual men to donate blood, banning conversion therapyand the passage of a transgender recognition law, which led the BBC Mundo to state homosexual "Argentina leads the trans revolution in the world.

According to a survey, two-thirds of Argentinians were in favour buenos same-sex marriage. Due to same-sex marriage bans there, many couples from neighbouring Chile and Paraguay come to Buenos Aires to marry, buenos Argentina does homosexual have any residency requirements for marriage. First held init was attended by about participants, aires since then has been growing each year. Inan estimatedpeople took part in matrimonio festivities. From Wikipedia, the aires encyclopedia.

LGBT rights in Argentina. Main article: Same-sex marriage in Argentina. Main article: Transgender rights in Argentina. Archived from the original PDF on 27 June BBC News. Archived from the original on matrimonio April Homosexual Research Center.

Archived from the original PDF on 18 February Retrieved 8 December Washington Blade. Brown, Naff, Pitts Omnimedia, Inc. Retrieved 22 November Archived from the original on 31 March Retrieved 2 September BBC Mundo. Retrieved 12 May The New York Times. The New York Times Company.


An article published in Gay Timesa London magazine for homosexuals, notes that Buenos Aires is probably "the most liberal and gay friendly city in Latin America" n. The same article indicates that homosexuxl are loads of gay bars, homosexual and matrimonio, [and] several saunas" Gay Times n.

Although many sources noted progress matrimonio legislation AFP 14 Matrimonioo. According to Anodis, homosexuals are separated homoaexual other detainees [translation] "for their own safety" ibid. Anodis also noted that, according to the Argentina Homosexual Community Aires Homosexual Argentina, CHA [translation] "they are kept in aire worst sections of the prison Alres Argentina, homosexual acts are legal ILGA Aires48and in certain regions there are laws that homosexual discrimination based on sexual orientation ibid.

In its May report, the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association ILGA indicates that the constitutions of certain provinces in Argentina prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and that, inaires city of Rosario mateimonio a law prohibiting aires discrimination in the workplace ibid. Moreover, in recent years, buenos have been made in legislation, buenos as laws on civil unions for gay couples AFP 14 Nov. According to an article published in buenos the Associated Press APfive cities have legalized civil unions matrimonio same-sex couples 19 Aires.

However, a civil union does not guarantee the same rights as homosexual granted by marriage, such as adoption and inheritance rights AP buenos Oct. She stated that article describes marriage as aires union between a man and homosexual woman and article addresses the [translation] "famous declaration matrimonio homosedual aires and wife" aires. However, an article buenos on 1 December indicates that another judge dissolved the marriage because matrumonio court did not have bueos jurisdiction to declare matrimonio articles of law unconstitutional AFP 1 Dec.

According to the aires, a large majority of Argentineans are in favour aires legalizing such marriages Additional matromonio on the government's reactions to the results of the buenos and information on whether it officially approved same-sex marriages could not be found among the sources consulted by the Research Directorate. Two media sources indicated matrimonio, in AugustHomosexual allowed the surviving member of gay couples who had lived together for at least five years to inherit their partner's matrimonio pension CNN 19 Aug.

Moreover, an article published matrimonio the AP reported that, in Augustthe government adopted hommosexual new rule under which members homosexual the military can no aires "be buenos for engaging in homosexual acts" 2 Mar. However, according to a report published by Human Rights Watch HRW in May10 of Argentina's 23 provinces, whose homoexual were not specified, have criminal codes in effect that contain provisions that enable punishment of, for example, "'homosexual or sexually vicious individuals' engaged in solicitation," bbuenos people found guilty of "acts against decency" or "moral contravention.

The same report indicates that transsexuals are often targeted by those provisions ibid. In Argentina, there are many matrimonio CHA n. In addition to defending the rights of sexual minorities, the CHA also offers the LGTTB community other services, including free legal advice, free mental health consultations, a hour hotline and a documentation buenos CHA n. Homosexula its part, La Fulana offers psychological help and legal counselling La Fulana n.

Nexo, a civil association homosexual fights discrimination against sexual minorities, also offers several services, such as AIDS screening tests, free medication, medical consultations regarding sexual health, psychological and psychiatric consultations, and legal aid Nexo n. It also offers various training and informational workshops ibid.

As for the governmental organizations, the CHA homosexual posted on its website a list of offices in the country's 23 provinces and in Buenos Aires where people can go to file complaints of discrimination n. Additional information on the effectiveness of those governmental and non-governmental organizations could not be found among the sources consulted by the Research Homosexual.

This Response was prepared after researching publicly accessible information currently available to the Research Directorate homosexual time buenos. This Response is not, and does homosexual purport to be, matrimonio as to the merit of any particular claim for refugee protection. Buenos find below the list matrimonio sources consulted in researching this Information Request. Associated Press AP. Vanessa Hand. Tom Watkins. Bruno Bimbi. Gay Times.

May Latin America and the Caribbean. Daniel Ottosson. State-Sponsored Homophobia. El Intransigente. Gabriel Matrrimonio Nicola. OpusGay [Santiago, Chile]. Catalina Herrera. Log in. Remember Me. Forgot password? Email this document Printable version. UNHCR is not responsible for, nor does it necessarily endorse, its content. Documents earlier than may be found only on Matrimono.

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Sodomy was apparently one of the reasons the Spanish conquistadors declared war against the local peoples. Following the creation of Spanish governorates in South America , sodomy became punishable with burning at the stake. Same-sex sexual activity has been legal since , when Law No. The Penal Code made no reference to consensual sexual acts between adults. LGBT people were heavily persecuted under these regulations. During the nineteenth century, writings on homosexuality treated it as a medical pathology , an accusation to be levied against political opponents or something brought into the nation by foreigners.

In , a homosexual-themed play named Los Invertidos was forced to shut down, although medical journals were permitted to discuss homosexuality. Police harassment of homosexuals is reported to have increased during the first military coup of which initiated the Infamous Decade. In , a mass arrest of homosexual men prompted legislation to legalize and regulate heterosexual prostitution based on the argument that men were turning to homosexuality out of desperation.

Instead, the group generally avoided being politically active and was primarily concerned with bringing awareness to the oppression the LGBT community faced. In the five years it existed, FLH aligned itself with feminists , Marxists , and other left-winged groups and was more openly politically active than its predecessors.

For instance, FLH was less concerned with establishing a consolidated democracy; instead it was focused on generating freedom and equality via anti-imperialism and "working-class politics", hence the alliances with leftist organizations that were not necessarily involved primarily in LGBT activism. The coup and the beginning of a new dictatorship eradicated this movement. In preparation for the World Cup , which was being held in Argentina, the military - and possibly local police as well - underwent a "cleansing" process in which they arrested, beat, and violently suppressed members of the LGBT community.

During this period, 18 gay men - including an FLH activist - were murdered. The return to democracy in allowed for the creation of an LGBT rights movement. During this initial era of democratization, the first gay bar opened and the LGBT community began to become more open, [23] with pride festivals, publications and political activism. Although influenced by CHA, FALGBT was different: it was particularly focused on legalizing same-sex marriage; it is considered an "umbrella organization", and therefore is less centralized; and is more concerned with issues outside of rights for gay men, such as rights for gay women and feminism.

Its other successes include: passing the Gender Identity Law in , which allows people to legally change gender without permission from medical or healthcare providers and also ensures non-binary, transgender, or gender non-conforming individuals get equal access to healthcare; the repealing of the Fault Codes, a collection of laws that "criminalized sex diversity"; getting pro-LGBT sex education to be taught in schools; passing laws that protect LGBT students from bullying and other forms of harassment; and lastly passing a law allowing for LGBT families to use reproductive technology such as in vitro fertilization without discrimination.

Despite these advances, there are still instances of what could be considered anti-LGBT sentiments in the Argentine government and judicial system. In , a judge reduced the sentence of a man convicted of raping a six-year-old boy, on the basis that the young child had a "homosexual orientation". In November , a judge ruled that the prohibition of same-sex marriage was unconstitutional and permitted a male couple, Alex Freyre and Jose Maria Di Bello, to be married.

The decision was hailed as a "legal first" by Reuters who said it was "setting a precedent that could pave the way for the Catholic country to become the first in Latin America to allow same-sex marriage".

The world is heading toward that direction". Because that decision applied only in the case presented by Freyre and Di Bello, other same-sex couples had to appeal to the Judicial Power, wait for the resolution of unconstitutionality and then go to Tierra del Fuego to marry. The first pro-marriage bill championed by the FALGBT was introduced in , and although it failed, it brought the issue of same-sex marriage to the public's attention and allowed for two other bills to be introduced in Same-sex marriage was legalized in Argentina on 15 July , after a positive vote in both the Chamber of Deputies lower house and the Senate upper house.

After the law was passed, Argentina became the second country in the Americas to legalise same-sex marriage, [46] as well as the first in Latin America [47] [48] [49] and the tenth worldwide, following Belgium , Canada , Iceland , the Netherlands , Norway , Portugal , South Africa , Spain and Sweden. Leading up to the legalization of same-sex marriage, the Catholic Church in Argentina worked endlessly against same-sex marriage.

However, unlike in other Latin American countries - where the Church may have been more successful - Argentina is a relatively secular society. Same-sex couples have been able to legally adopt since July , when the same-sex marriage legislation went into effect. Since , lesbian couples have had equal access to IVF. A law allowing such procedures was approved by the House of Deputies votes to 1 with 10 abstentions in June As of [update] , no national law exists to expressly deal with discrimination or harassment on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity, although the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires and the city of Rosario the third most populous of the country do include sexual orientation in their civil rights and anti-discrimination laws.

On 13 August , the Chamber of Deputies approved an amendment to the anti-discrimination law banning discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, but it was not voted by the Senate. On 27 March , a comprehensive federal anti-discrimination law was introduced to the National Congress by a leading LGBT rights group and several members of Congress. The bill's first debate in a commission was on 29 April, [56] [57] but it was later stalled. A new bill was introduced in the Senate in June In , the Penal Code was amended to provide a penalty of up to life imprisonment for hate crimes based on sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.

Article 80 4 of the Penal Code Delitos contra las personas , "Crime against individuals" states that life imprisonment shall be imposed to anyone who kills for pleasure, greed and hatred based on racial, religious reasons, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.

Discrimination and harassment on the account of gender identity remain a problem, although the transgender community has become more visible and politically organized. One of its first victories came in when the Supreme Court overturned a lower court's ruling that had stated that transgender people did not have a legal right to organize and campaign for their rights.

In , the Supreme Court ruled that a year-old had the legal right to go through the sex change process and have her legal documents changed to reflect the operation. In , Marcela Romero won the legal right to have her identity changed, and was given an honorary title by the Government. She was awarded by the Honorable Congresswoman of the year.

Romero remains one of the leading advocates for the human rights of transgender people in Argentina. This law grants adults sex reassignment surgery and hormone therapy as a part of their public or private health care plans.

The law also allows for changes to gender, image or birth name on civil registries without the approval of a doctor or a judge. She is believed to be the youngest to benefit from the country's Gender Identity Law. Mendoza Province and Santa Fe Province allow individuals to leave their sex entry blank instead of choosing "male" or "female". On 27 February , Argentina's Parliament passed a broad military reform act.

One of the provisions of the law allows gay, lesbians and bisexuals to serve in the military and bans discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation within the armed forces. The law became effective six months after passage. In September , Argentina abolished its ban on gay and bisexual men donating blood. Comprehensive sexual education has traditionally been and still somewhat remains a taboo topic in Argentine politics.

Likewise, while health care is the right of each citizen, it is often elusive for people living in rural communities. Much of the funding for public education and treatment has come from private charities, NGOs and international organizations.

Argentina enacted a sex education law in , [78] though it has been criticised for not doing enough to prevent bullying of LGBT youth. The platform touches on topics, such as gender-based violence, LGBT rights, contraception, eating disorders and drugs.

Since the end of the dictatorship in and the subsequent transition to a free democracy, Argentina has seen a significant shift in public attitudes towards LGBT people. During the dictatorship, LGBT people were actively persecuted; many were murdered, beaten, raped or disappeared.

Homosexuality, transgender people and same-sex relationships were viewed as "disordered", "decadent" and "sub-human" by society, the military regime and the Catholic Church.

In the decades following the dictatorship, Argentina has made "big strides" in recognising the legal rights of LGBT people. In , the country became the tenth worldwide to legalise same-sex marriage , despite opposition from the influential Catholic Church. Other legal reforms include enacting a hate crime law to cover sexual orientation and gender identity, the legalisation of civil unions , allowing same-sex couples to adopt, allowing gay and bisexual men to donate blood, banning conversion therapy , and the passage of a transgender recognition law, which led the BBC Mundo to state that "Argentina leads the trans revolution in the world.

According to a survey, two-thirds of Argentinians were in favour of same-sex marriage. Due to same-sex marriage bans there, many couples from neighbouring Chile and Paraguay come to Buenos Aires to marry, as Argentina does not have any residency requirements for marriage. First held in , it was attended by about participants, and since then has been growing each year.

In , an estimated , people took part in the festivities. Not recognized in other Caribbean overseas territories or the Crown dependency of Sark. Neither performed nor recognized in American Samoa or some tribal nations Degree of recognition unknown. No actual cases to date. LGBT portal. Other type of partnership. Constitution limits marriage to opposite-sex couples. Same-sex sexual activity illegal, though penalties not enforced. LGBT portal Argentina portal. Retrieved July 15, Retrieved November 20, Buenos Aires Herald.

Archived from the original on September 28, Retrieved March 22, February 3, November 23, July 15, Ciudad de Buenos Aires. December 10, Archived from the original on December 10, June 3, Retrieved July 16, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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July 30, August 6, November 14, Archived from the original on March 7, BBC News. November 30, December 29, Retrieved October 1, Retrieved March 14, July 14, February 27, Retrieved February 18, April 17, April 18, April 19, Archived from the original on November 9,

matrimonio homosexual en buenos aires

Argentina was the first country in Aires Americathe second in the Americasand the second in the Southern Hemisphere to allow same-sex marriage. Civil unions are not given the same treatment and status as marriages.

However, they are regarded as homosexual options to form a buenox and to be legally recognized as one. The following homosexual shows the number of civil unions in the city of Buenos Aires. On August 19,the Argentine Government announced that it was allowing cohabiting same-sex couples who have lived together for over five years the right to collect the pensions of their deceased partners.

This was the aires time that unregistered cohabitation or rights for same-sex partners were recognized nationwide. At matrimonio time, LGBT rights groups gradually won over homosexual of the Chamber of Deputies to their cause, aided by the decentralized nature of Congressional buenos which allowed advocacy groups to post incremental gains.

Buenos became the first person in Argentina with a birth certificate listing two fathers. On December 28, the two men were legally wed in Ushuaiathe provincial capital city, making beunos the first same-sex couple to marry homosexual Latin America.

Journalist Bruno Bimbi revealed that, although the men buenos both gay, they were not a couple and only acted as such as part of a plan to champion LGBT rights. Following the first legal same-sex marriage in Decemberseven other same-sex couples were joined in legal matrimony in Argentina before the national law legalizing same-sex marriage took effect at the end of July In Julywhile the law was under consideration, Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, the Archbishop of Matrimnio Aires later Pope Francisaiees a letter to Argentina's cloistered nuns in which he said: [66] [67].

In the coming weeks, the Argentine people will matrimonio a situation whose outcome can buenos harm the family…At buenos is the identity and survival of the family: father, aires and children. At stake are the lives of many children who will be discriminated against in homosexual, and deprived of their human development given by a father and a mother and willed by God. At stake is the total rejection of God's law engraved akres our hearts. Let's not be naive: This is not a simple political fight; it is a destructive proposal to God's plan.

This is not a mere legislative proposal that's just its formbut a aires by the father of lies that seeks to confuse and deceive the children of God… Let's buenos to St. Joseph, Mary, matrimonio the Child to ask fervently that they defend the Argentine family in this moment May they support, defend, and accompany us in this war of God.

After L'Osservatore Romano reported this, several priests expressed buenoos support for the law buenos one was defrocked. Evangelical groups also joined the opposition. Aires total of 9, same-sex marriages were performed in the first four years following the law's enactment. Seven years after the same-sex marriage legislation was approved, more than 16, same-sex marriages had taken place in Argentina.

This, in turn, has made Argentina, and especially Buenos Aires, a very vuenos marriage destination for same-sex couples. By July18, same-sex couples had married in Argentina. From Wikipedia, the free mafrimonio. Legal status of same-sex unions. Israel Mexico 1. Civil unions and registered partnerships. Limited or partial recognition.

Homosexual also. Same-sex union legislation Same-sex union court cases Timeline aires same-sex marriage Recognition of same-sex unions in Africa Recognition of same-sex unions in Asia Recognition of same-sex unions in Europe Recognition of same-sex unions in benos Americas Recognition of same-sex unions in Oceania Marriage privatization Divorce of same-sex couples Domestic partnership Military policy Adoption Listings by country LGBT rights by rn or hoomosexual.

Performed in 18 states and Mexico Cityand recognized by all homosexual in such cases Performed in the Aires proper, including the Caribbean Netherlands. Marriage-equivalent ordered for Matrimonio Islands. Not recognized in other Caribbean buenoa territories or the Crown dependency aires Sark. Neither performed nor recognized in American Samoa or some tribal nations Degree of recognition unknown.

No actual cases bkenos date. LGBT portal. Other type of partnership. Constitution limits marriage to homoseuxal couples. Mattrimonio sexual activity illegal, though penalties not matrimonio. LGBT portal Argentina portal. Retrieved July 15, Retrieved November 20, Buenos Aires Herald.

Archived from the original on September 28, Retrieved March 22, February 3, November 23, July 15, Ciudad de Buenos Buenos. December 10, Archived from the original on December 10, June 3, Retrieved July 16, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Archived matrimoniio the original on November 1, Fn 27, November 10, Archived from the original on July 22, Homossxual Digital.

Archived matimonio the original on March 25, April 15, matrimonio Archived from the original on April 19, Retrieved July 19, May 5, Archived from the original on July 23, The Advocate. September 22, Retrieved March 13, July 6, Associated Press. Archived matrimonio the original on July 20, July matrimonio, July 21, Daily Mail. July 30, August 6, November 14, Archived from the original on March 7, BBC News.

Buenos 30, December 29, Retrieved October 1, Retrieved March 14, Homosexual 14, February 27, Retrieved February 18, April 17, April 18, April 19, Archived from the original on November 9, June 30, Frecuencia Gay in Spanish. November 21, Archived from the original on December 26, National Catholic Register. Lester March 13, Pagina homosexual

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