Panti’s Noble’s Gay Rights Speach

So True. This really caught me. In particular, the part ”I was standing at a crossing, and someone shouted out ”FAG.” Now at that point, It didn’t bother me too much, I mean I am a fag right? But what does bother me is when I question myself afterwards ”What made them realise I was gay? What do I need to do differently?” I HATE THAT. So next time I stand at the crossing, I’m questioning myself. That’s oppressive.”

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Same Sex Marriage in UK – Get Married from March 29th 2014!

Legislation to allow same-sex marriage in England and Wales was passed by the Parliament of the United Kingdom in July 2013 and will come into force on 13 March 2014, with the first same-sex marriages taking place on 29 March 2014.

For lots of further reading head here – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Same-sex_marriage_in_the_United_Kingdom

Gay Partnership in Brazil?

With the recent news stating same-sex couples can get married in Brazil I wanted to share some light about how this affects those applying for Visas.

The Visa I applied for is Stable Union. This is Brazil’s version of ‘Marriage’ or ‘Civil-partnership.’ This, in our state, has been available to Same-sex couples for around a year now.

With it now being available through-out the country, it gives same-sex couples the same rights to apply for a visa as hetro-sexual couples. I’ve seen many different success stories already!

The biggest thing. Remember, everyone’s story is different. There is no consistency when applying for this Visa, and depending where you are applying, is dependant on what your told!

Congratulations to those states that didn’t have this Same-Sex partnership in place already! 🙂