Ok, we at WOGP had to share this gorgeous straight Scottish vlogger in how he reacts to the US ruling from SCOTUS of Marriage Equality last Friday 26th June.
The vlogger's name is Daniel Euan Henderson who is also from Glasgow in Scotland which is part of the United Kingdom in which he also has a large Facebook following with his regular posts of what vloggers like to share their everyday life to the world.
So if you can't understand his sexy Scottish accent I will translate in text below for those who wish to read what he said.
New Year's Eve is a special time for many, and for Craig Friesen and Matt Wiens, it was especially meaningful.
The Saskatoon couple was married on Dec. 31 in Osler, Sask., in the presence of family, friends, and the church community.
The men's wedding marks a point in history for the Mennonite denomination in Canada. Friesen and Wiens are the first same-sex couple publicly married in a Canadian Mennonite church.
"Our relationship doesn't feel different, but our relationship with our community and with our faith has changed at least a little bit. It was really beautiful and freeing," Friesen said.
Craig Friesen and Matt Wiens were married on New Year's Eve. (Rachel Bergen/CBC News)Friesen and Wiens are hopeful other LGBT Mennonites will learn from their example that they don't have to choose between their faith and their sexuality.
"Historically, the church has been oppressive to the queer community," Wiens said. Full story here<<<
(LUXEMBOURG) — Today makes a wonderful step towards another European country that will now embrace Marriage Equality. Luxembourg is now the 13th European country to now allow all gay couples the same rights as their heterosexual friends and families, the other 12 European countries include Spain, Portugal, England, Wales, France, Iceland, Denmark, Belgium, Norway, Netherlands, Sweden and Scotland.
Lawmakers in Luxembourg, whose prime minister is openly gay, overwhelmingly approved changes in the small European nation’s legislation governing marriage that will allow people of the same sex to wed and to adopt children.
The Chamber of Deputies voted 56-4 to adopt the bill, which is said to be part of the most fundamental rewrite of Luxembourg’s laws on marriage since 1804. Its website said the new rules could take effect in early 2015, or six months after their official publication.
The Human Rights Campaign, a U.S.-based organization in favor of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights, said Wednesday’s vote makes Luxembourg the world’s 19th nation to grant “full marriage rights” to all of its citizens.
Xavier Bettel, who became Luxembourg’s prime minister in December, is openly gay.
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