The election of a demagogue imperils many homegrown advancements in LGBT rights. It also degrades the global progress when the standard-bearer—America—is shown to be so vulnerable.
“I’d probably vote differently now on the gay marriage issue," said incoming Prime Minister Bill English. "I don’t think that gay marriage is a threat to anyone else’s marriage."
Many hope the island will be the first in Asia to legalize same-sex marriage.
USA Today takes us virtually inside the Playa.
Over 10,000 protesters showed up to demonstrate their stance against same-sex marriage.
NOM wants to reverse the Supreme Court marriage equality decision and reverse efforts to redefine gender identity in the U.S., citing a Trump presidency as the empowering call-to-action.
The Land Down Under is at square one regarding same-sex marriage after legislation on the issue was scrapped.