Slovenia Allows Same-Sex Marriage

Country’s first lesbian wedding took place last weekend, but gay couples are not allowed to adopt. Slovenia permitted same-sex marriage for the first time, with a law coming into effect that gives gay couples largely the same rights as heterosexuals, but bars them from jointly adopting children, Reuters reported. At least one same-sex couple got married in Slovenia

Slovenian voters reject same-sex marriage law

 Slovenian voters on Sunday rejected a law that extended marriage rights to same-sex couples. The Associated Press reported that preliminary results indicate that voters by a 63-37 percent margin rejected the statute. “It’s Time for Yes” (‘Čas je Za’ in Slovenian), the campaign that that backed the marriage law, thanked its supporters on its Twitter

Slovenian Parliament debates gender neutral marriage

Slovenia’s Parliament has in a groundbreaking move debated same-sex marriage, despite gay and lesbian couples being banned from tying the knot there. The country was hailed by the ILGA Europe LGBT network for the debate which took place on Tuesday. During the debate was discussed amendments to the Marriage and Family Act, which could possibly