Legality of the same-sex marriage or gay marriage is the burning question of the day. The marriage-equality and relationships between homosexuals are not considered civil either religiously or socially. A number of countries and cultures across the world are against this taboo ritual.
Nevertheless, there are nations, who have taken initiatives such as opinion polling and others to bell the cat. The advocates and gay right activists are doing their work to seek the legal recognition of union of gays and lesbians.
The efforts favoring and propagating homosexuality are now paying off. Almost two dozen of the countries in the world have allowed their respective legislative to do the due work to pave the way for gays and lesbians to marry. There won’t be a ban in the 14 US states at all on the Gay marriage following the verdict of US Supreme Court given on June 26, 2015.
The fundamental right of marriage for gays has been ensured and guaranteed for the gay couples around the world by following countries:
Ireland was the first country in the world to introduce the same-sex marriage through popular vote. The adoption can also be seen in effect in Greenland’s and some parts of Mexico. However, with the exception of Israel and South Africa there is no country in Asia and Africa recognizing and supporting the Gay Marriage. The World is free for homosexual couples, cupcakes, inverts and whatever.