At a Bishops' conference of the Church of Norway to define new rules on wedding ceremonies has been decided to allow same-sex weddings within the church.
In Slovenia, despite the rejection of marriage equality in a referendum, the government will support a bill to increase the rights of partners in civil union.
In these very sad times, we refer of course to our Belgian and Turkish friends, I wanted to find a little news a little more fun. Two weeks ago, I wrote about the pink plane called TF-GAY, well today I'll talk about a Dutch city which has decided to install traffic lights with same-sex couples.
Georgia (I specify that it is the European country and not the US state) could actually soon rule on the equal marriage ban in its constitution.
This is certainly the wish of Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili who announced his intention to amend the text to describe marriage as a union only between a man and a woman.
The other day I shared with you the good news from Italy, where the Senate approved the civil unions bill, a first recognition of LGBT couples, and I mentioned the fact that the adoption, which was part of the original bill, had been simply erased, but still remained an option for accessing some recognition of adoption through the courts.