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Equal Love campaign

Em: http://equallove.org.uk/about/

The Equal Love campaign aims to challenge the twin bans on gay marriages and heterosexual civil partnerships, with eight couples filing applications at register offices and then, when they are refused, bringing a joint legal action in the courts to secure a change in the law.

The campaign is being organised by the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender human rights organisation OutRage!

Starting on Tuesday 2 November, eight couples will file applications at their local register offices. Four same-sex couples will apply for civil marriages and four heterosexual couples will apply for civil partnerships. Every week until 14 December, one couple will make an application. If the couples are turned away, as we expect they will be, we plan to take legal action. Denying them equal treatment is contrary to the Human Rights Act.

Our legal team will argue in the courts that the bans on gay marriages and heterosexual civil partnerships are an unlawful and unjustified discrimination. In a democracy, gay and straight couples should be equal before the law.

Both civil marriages and civil partnerships should be open to everyone without discrimination.

Segregation According to Sexuality? Legal Strategy to Force Homosexual 'Marriage'

Em: http://catholic.org/politics/story.php?id=39099

By Deacon Keith Fournier
11/10/2010

The campaign is being organized by the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender human rights organization OutRage!

This unmarried, heterosexual couple is a part of a revolutionary movement in British society. The members no longer want marriage to be recognized for what it is, a lifelong union between one man and one woman open to the bearing and rearing of children. They are dedicated to making the State give legal equivalency to non-marital relationships, homosexual or heterosexual. Then, they want to force the rest of society to call what can never be a marriage to be a marriage (homosexual partnerships) by using the Police Power of the State to enforce their new order.

Tom Freeman and Katherine Doyle are part of a campaign led by 'The Equal Love campaign' and 'Project OutRage'.
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CHESAPEAKE, VA (Catholic Online) - The Monday, November 8, 2010 edition of the Guardian featured an article by Tom Freeman and Katherine Doyle entitled "Heterosexual couple make second attempt for civil partnership." The article begins, "A heterosexual couple will request a civil partnership - available only to same-sex couples in the UK - at a register office in London tomorrow, to take a stand against a system which they say "segregates couples according to their sexuality".

 

Moab, Murray pass anti-discrimination ordinances

Em: http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/home/50643648-76/discrimination-utah-ordinances-anti.html.csp

By Rosemary Winters

The Salt Lake Tribune

Published Nov 9, 2010 09:55PM
Updated Nov 9, 2010 11:31PM
Statutes to protect gay and transgender people from discrimination have taken root in two more Utah cities.

On Tuesday, the city councils in Murray and Moab both voted unanimously to adopt anti-discrimination ordinances. The measures ban discrimination in housing and employment based on a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity.

“We celebrate these two cities passing these important protections that create a fair playing field for all employees and tenants,” Brandie Balken, executive director of Equality Utah, said in an interview. “We know that these ordinances reflect the values of Utahns.

There are now nine cities and counties in Utah with such ordinances. Equality Utah hopes the number will reach 10 before the start of the next session of the Utah Legislature, where the group has pushed for a statewide anti-discrimination law.

In addition to Moab and Murray, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Park City, Summit County, Logan, West Valley City and Taylorsville ban housing and employment discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
 

Mexico House votes for same-sex couple benefits

Em: http://www.idahostatesman.com/2010/11/09/1411833/mexico-house-votes-for-same-sex.html

MEXICO CITY — Mexico's House of Representatives has voted to amend social security rules to include medical and social benefits for same-sex couples.

The vote Tuesday was 232 in favor and 58 against. The measure now goes to the Senate for debate.

The amendment deals with the Social Security Institute, which provides benefits to employees of private companies, and with a benefits program for government employees.

The vote comes amid a debate among Mexicans over gay marriage that intensified after Mexico City's local legislature enacted a law last December allowing same-sex couples in the capital to marry and adopt children.

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