Millions of people continue to live in places that outlaw same-sex relationships and prosecute people for being gay. In five countries and in parts of two others, homosexuality is still punishable with the death penalty, while a further 70 imprison citizens because of their sexual orientation. Even where homosexuality is legal, many countries treat those in same-sex relationships differently, such as having an unequal age of consent or a ban on marriage. In Russia, host of the Sochi Winter Olympics, a law banning the promotion of "non-traditional" sexuality to unders was introduced last year. So, where is it illegal to be gay? Which countries allow same-sex marriages?
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'I'm a gay man but married a woman'
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Decades ago when gay people faced ostracism and the threat of prosecution in the UK and other Western nations, many chose to marry and disguise their sexuality. But even with increased tolerance now some choose to take the same path. He thinks his wife had suspicions about his sexuality for years, but things came to a head when he had an affair with a man. She's my best friend really above all else, so we've decided we would like to remain together as best friends," he says. Nick isn't his real name - many of the couple's friends and family don't know he's gay and he wants to remain anonymous to protect his wife. From the beginning, there was unhappiness in the marriage, with doubts about whether they had made the right decision. He'd always felt uncertain about his sexual orientation and this troubled him more and more as he got older.
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Same-sex marriage in Germany has been recognized since 1 October A bill for legalisation passed the Bundestag on 30 June and the Bundesrat on 7 July. Previously, from until , registered life partnerships German : Eingetragene Lebenspartnerschaft [a] had been available for same-sex couples. The benefits granted by these partnerships were gradually extended by the Federal Constitutional Court German : Bundesverfassungsgericht throughout several rulings until they provided for most but not all of the rights of marriage.
These are the core obsessions that drive our newsroom—defining topics of seismic importance to the global economy. Our emails are made to shine in your inbox, with something fresh every morning, afternoon, and weekend. Taiwan made history last week by becoming the first place in Asia to legalize same-sex marriage. Activists, however, say the fight is not yet over. When same-sex couples will be officially allowed to register for marriage starting tomorrow May 24 , M.