August 13, 2010
Los Angeles Times editorial
As California and the United States struggle with the issue of same-sex marriage at the polls and in courtrooms, Latin America is moving more broadly toward acceptance of this basic human right. Last month, Argentina became the first nation in the region to legalize such marriages, granting wedded gay and lesbian couples the same legal rights, responsibilities and protections as heterosexuals.
July 23, 2010
by Deborah Rey | Associated Press
President Cristina Fernandez signed a new law Wednesday making Argentina the first country in Latin America to legalize marriage for same-sex couples.
July 15, 2010
by Alexei Barrionuevo | New York Times
Argentina’s Senate narrowly approved a measure early on Thursday authorizing same-sex marriages, making Argentina the first country in Latin America to allow gay couples to wed.
July 13, 2010
by Alexi Barrionuevo | New York Times
Already known for having one of the most gay-friendly capitals in the world, Argentina is in the throes of a debate this week over granting the broadest marital protections to gay people in Latin America.
May 5, 2010
by Julie Bolcer | The Advocate
The lower house of Argentina’s congress approved a bill legalizing same-sex marriage early Wednesday morning. The bill now moves to the senate, where advocates expect a tougher challenge.
March 3, 2010
from Agence France-Presse
Two men married on Wednesday in Buenos Aires in what was Argentina’s second gay marriage, a rights group confirmed.