Convicted Gays in Scotland: Pardon and ApologiesHomo- and Heterosexual Weddings in GibraltarBritish Channel Island of Alderney to Legalize Same-sex Marriage

Convicted Gays in Scotland: Pardon and Apologies

(Blogmensgo, gay blog of November 7, 2017) Today (November 7, 2017), the Scottish government has introduced legislation to pardon gays convicted in the past. Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon formally apologized in the name of the Scottish government to all the gay and bisexual men convicted in the past for homosexual acts. As opposed to…
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Homo- and Heterosexual Weddings in Gibraltar

(Blogmensgo, gay blog of October 27, 2017) Since legalization of same-sex marriage in Gibraltar in 2016, 39 same-sex couples (including 32 foreigners) got married in this small, rocky British enclave in the extreme south of Spain. Of those 32 foreign couples, 25 were gays and only 7 lesbians. Before same-sex marriage was legalized, there used…
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British Channel Island of Alderney to Legalize Same-sex Marriage

(Blogmensgo, gay blog of October 21, 2017) On October 18, 2017, the government of the Channel island of Alderney almost unanimously voted for a legislative initiative on legalizing same-sex marriage. The small island in the English Channel is about to follow its two neighboring islands: Guernsey already legalized same-sex marriage in September 2016, and the…
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