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Kim Davis is a mere footnote in the history of the fight for marriage equality

On 26th June 2015, the Supreme Court ruled that same-sex couples all over the USA could get married and acquire the same legal rights as married couples of different genders. The 5-4 ruling signified the establishment of a new civil right, and a historic victory for LGBT+ advocates. Thousands of couples across the United States…

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The impact of the hunt for the ‘gay gene’ on LGBT+ rights

Sexual orientation is a widely debated topic throughout all cultures and nationalities around the world. Many people have strong opinions regarding their own views on it. Here in the UK, homosexuality is accepted by most people and is often a celebrated part of society. Most people have friends that are gay or know of people…

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