Wednesday, March 14, 2007

French High Court Rejects Gay Marriage

PARIS (AP) - France's highest court Tuesday rejected as unlawful the first marriage by a gay couple in France, annulling the union of the two men.

In the latest decision, the court ruled that ``under French law, marriage is a union between a man and a woman,'' backing a 2005 decision by an appeals court in Bordeaux.

Prosecutor Marc Domingo said during an earlier court hearing that it was the parliament, not judges, who should have the final word in any legalization of marriages involving homosexual couples. The couple said after the 2005 appeals court ruling that they would take their case to the European Court of Human Rights if necessary. It was not immediately clear whether they would do so.
Even the French are saying this perversion is disgusting..imagine that! Now if they would just lower the white flag on Islamofacists..


redjax said...

white flag?? HOW about a heavy sledgehammer instead?? lol

Trouble(Debra3401) said...

I can always get you to post just by a few gay threads..