Kudos to Denmark which sanctioned the ability this month for LGBT couples to wed in the Danish Lutheran Church.
Ray Weaver (Copenhagen Post)
June 14, 2012 - 10:56
Here come the grooms (and the brides) (Photo: Colourbox)...By an 85-24, parliament last week voted to legalise same-sex marriage, putting Denmark on an equal footing with other Scandinavian countries like Iceland and Sweden that allow full marriage equality for gay and lesbian couples.
Same-sex couples will be able to marry in the church of their choice, but resistent vicars will not be obliged to perform the weddings. Under the new law, if a vicar declines to perform the service, the couple would be required to find one themselves.
Last month, JCPenney was the focus of homophobic outrage and organized boycotts after it featured a lesbian couple in its Mother’s Day catalog. So for Father's Day, how did it respond? With this: