(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.
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