Spain: a gay friendly country

Spain is the country where homosexuals enjoy greater social acceptance of all people.

According to the latest study by the Pew Research Center, up to 88% of the Spanish population recognizes and defends the rights of homosexuals, compared to 11% who reject equality. These figures put Spain at the top of this particular world rankings, followed by Germany, with an acceptance of 87%, and in third place are at the same level Canada and the Czech Republic (both 80%).

gay marriage in Spain

The Spanish society in relation to the rights of homosexuals, manifested in an open respect, although there are still voices who oppose and physically attack gays, although the Constitution recognizes the right to freely live their sexual orientation.

Marriage between same sex is legal in Spain since July 3, 2005.

In 2004, the Spanish Socialist Workers Party (PSOE), led by José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, was presented to the general election with a program that included a commitment to "allow marriage between same sex and the exercise of those rights entails. "After the socialist victory in the elections and forming the government, and after much debate, on June 30, 2005 law amending the civil Code was adopted and allowed marriage between same sex (and consequently this, other rights such as the joint adoption, inheritance and pension). The law was published on July 2, 2005, and marriage between same sex was officially legal in Spain on July 3, 2005.
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