The Queen, pictured, did not approve of legalisation of same-sex marriage, the Daily Mail can reveal. The Queen did not approve of the legalisation of same-sex marriage, the Daily Mail can reveal today. It is the first time her anxiety over the controversial issue has become known. The revelation is among the insights in a ground-breaking series starting in the Mail today to mark her 90th birthday next month. The Queen has also changed her attitude towards Diana to one of gratitude. She turns 90 on April 21, and events to celebrate her remarkable reign — she became Queen aged 25 — are being organised up and down the country, including an official pageant at Windsor Castle.
Same-sex marriage in the United Kingdom
Same-sex marriage in the United Kingdom - Wikipedia
The issue on same-sex marriage or gay marriage has been a controversial topic for so many years now, with several countries worldwide have made it legal while others still are firm on their stand to ban it. Gay marriage is a union or marriage between two people of the same sex through a civil ceremony or in church. Although it was not acknowledged legally for decades and some even considered it a taboo, some countries have broadened their perspective and take on this contentious issue. Some of the countries that have legalized same-sex marriage are the Netherlands, Argentina, France, Spain, the United Kingdom, Brazil and just years ago, the United States. Since June 2, , same-sex marriage has become legal nationwide. Despite this achievement, not everybody disagrees and have their views on the issue.
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Acceptance of gay sex in decline in UK for first time since Aids crisis
Gay marriage in England and Wales became legal at the stroke of midnight on Saturday. Several same-sex couples flocked to court houses to wed minutes after the gay-marriage ban was lifted. British Prime Minister David Cameron tweeted a congratulatory message to all the newly married couples, dubbing it a "historic day. Congratulations to the gay couples who have already been married - and my best wishes to those about to be on this historic day. Two-thirds of people in the UK support the right to gay marriage, the Associated Press reported, adding that the move was "welcomed with enthusiasm by Britain's Conservative-led government.
About Follow Donate. Support for same-sex marriage has steadily grown over the past 15 years. And today, support for same-sex marriage remains near its highest point since Pew Research Center began polling on this issue. Among people who are religiously unaffiliated, a solid majority have supported same-sex marriage since