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Denmark's gay marriage law, which passed by a vote of 85-24 on earlier in the month, went into effect on June 15.
Scotland: The Scottish government will decide on July 10 whether or not to legalize marriage for same-sex couples. The BBC says a majority of Scots now support gay marriage.
France: Reuters reports "France's new Socialist government is to legalize marriage and adoption for same-sex couples, Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said on Friday, reflecting a shift in public attitudes in the majority Catholic nation... a law on gay marriage and adoption would be passed within a year...In addition, the government would hold discussions in the autumn on ways of making life easier for trans gender individuals, whose dealings with French administration are often complicated by their change of name and sex."
Is Ireland is having a Joe Biden moment? No, but the Deputy Prime Minister Eamon Gilmore just came out for gay marriage, calling it the civil rights issue of this generation. As you know, Britain's PM and Deputy PM announced their support for marriage equality last year.