Ireland Marriage Equality Vote Set For May 23rd

Marriage Equality Supporters via Irish Times
Ireland could be the first country to approve Gay Marriage by popular vote on May 23rd.

Via The Daily Buzz:

For Ireland to get this far is nothing short of a phenomenal achievement. Homosexuality was only decriminalised in 1993; the Civil Partnership Act passed in 2010. The dedication of LGBT rights groups has changed hearts and minds. And now, Ireland is staging a referendum that enjoys support from all major political parties and the majority of the public, something unimaginable just a decade ago.
Recent polling shows those is favor of marriage equality leading. Here is a wonderful "yes vote" video. 


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