What is the difference brother? The Ukrainians are trying their best to get out of the way, and the Russians are trying to settle there.

What is the difference brother? The Ukrainians are trying their best to get out of the way, and the Russians are trying to settle there.
Denmark since 1986;
Norway has been allowed civil unions since 1993, and since 2009 – full-fledged same-sex marriages;
Sweden has since 1995 allowed registered partnerships, and since 2009 – full-fledged gay marriage;
Bulgaria, since 1996, endowed same-sex unions with economic rights in the area of honey. services, inheritance rights, burial rights and immigration. Since 2009 – full-fledged marriages, except for the change of surname and the right of adoption.
Iceland since 1996 allowed registered civil unions with all the rights of ordinary marriage;
Holland since 1998 – registered partnerships. In 2001, Holland was the first country to offer the wording “same-sex marriage” without exceptions at the legislative level;
France in 1999 approved the law on civil unions;
Finland has since 2001 allowed registered partnerships with the inability to take the surnames of each other and the adoption of children;
Germany since 2001 – lifelong partnerships, which are not considered as full-fledged marriages;
Portugal in 2001 adopts the law on civil unions;
Belgium has permitted homosexual marriage since 2003;
Croatia in 2003 adopts the law on civil unions between same-sex partners who are granted certain rights of marriage;
Luxembourg in 2004 approved of same-sex civil unions;
New Zealand since 2004. Civil unions in N. Zealand have many, but not all, rights of ordinary marriage;
Spain since 2005. Same-sex marriage.
Canada since 2005 has allowed same-sex marriage. In Canada, also registration of marriage between non-citizens is allowed;
Great Britain since 2005. The Civil Partnership Act was enacted, which entered into force with respect to England, Scotland, Wales and northern Ireland;
Switzerland – 2005. Registered partnerships gave equal rights to marriage, except for the rights to infertility treatment, the rights of adoption and the name change;
Ireland since 2009. Unisexual civil unions in this country are equal to regular marriages in almost all areas;
> Swift, so do you have an answer by country or are you so illiterate that you can not answer?
> Vrednyuga (33959) wrote in response to the message:
>> Sweet, so do you have an answer by country or are you so illiterate that you can not answer?
> Catch the full text.
> Denmark since 1986;
> Norway has been allowed civil unions since 1993, and since 2009 – full-fledged same-sex marriages;
> Sweden has allowed registered partnerships since 1995, and since 2009 – full-fledged gay marriage;
> Bulgaria has since 1996 granted same-sex unions economic rights in part of honey. services, inheritance rights, burial rights and immigration. Since 2009 – full-fledged marriages, except for the change of surname and the right of adoption.
> Iceland has since 1996 allowed registered civil unions with all the rights of ordinary marriage;
> Holland since 1998 – registered partnerships. In 2001, Holland was the first country to offer the wording “same-sex marriage” without exceptions at the legislative level;
> France in 1999 approved the law on civil unions;
> Finland has since 2001 allowed registered partnerships with the inability to take the surnames of each other and the adoption of children;
> Germany since 2001 – lifelong partnerships, which are not considered as full-fledged marriages;
> Portugal in 2001 adopts the law on civil unions;
> Belgium has permitted homosexual marriage since 2003;
> Croatia in 2003 adopts the law on civil unions between same-sex partners who are entitled to certain rights of marriage;
> Luxembourg in 2004 approved same-sex civil unions;
> New Zealand since 2004. Civil unions in N. Zealand have many, but not all, rights of ordinary marriage;
> Spain since 2005. Same-sex marriage.
> Canada has since 2005 permitted same-sex marriage. In Canada, also registration of marriage between non-citizens is allowed;
> Great Britain since 2005. The Civil Partnership Act was enacted, which entered into force with respect to England, Scotland, Wales and northern Ireland;
> Switzerland – 2005 year. Registered partnerships gave equal rights to marriage, except for the rights to infertility treatment, the rights of adoption and the name change;
> Ireland since 2009. Unisexual civil unions in this country are equal to regular marriages in almost all areas;
All? There is nothing more to say? Arguments over?
I by definition can not be who you are, for I am a girl.
> Mirotvorets (Mirotvorets) wrote (a)
> All? There is nothing more to say? Arguments over?
> I by definition can not be who you are, for I am a girl.
What have you come to?
> Half a century ago, there could be no question about this. And now two dozen countries have equalized the rights of gays with Heterosexuals. How many years will this figure double? And what did your brothers not agree with you? Now are not they brothers? Who is next?
> What have you come to?
> And you did not have time to delete the message.
Those who are uncompromising with gays are latent. Axiom.
Well, or ignoramus dense. The choice is yours. So how with the brothers?
> Mirotvorets (Mirotvorets) wrote in reply to the message:
>> Half a century ago, there could be no talk about this. And now two dozen countries have equalized the rights of gays with Heterosexuals. How many years will this figure double? And what did your brothers not agree with you? Now are not they brothers? Who is next?
>> To what you have come.
Ass, this is your destiny.
> Vrednyuga (33959) wrote in response to the message:
>> And you did not have time to delete the message.
> Those who are uncompromising with gays are latent. Axiom.
> Well, or the ignoramus are dense. The choice is yours. So how with the brothers?
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> Mirotvorets (Mirotvorets) wrote in reply to the message:
>> Vrednyuga (33959) wrote in response to the message:
>>> And you did not have time to delete the message.
>> Those who are uncompromising with gays are latent. Axiom.
>> Well, or the ignoramus are dense. The choice is yours. So how with the brothers?


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