Saturday, April 29, 2006

Study Attempts to Assess Percentage of Gays Who Marry where Relationships are Legal

In a study released by the Institute for Marriage and Public Policy, estimates of the percentage of gays who marry where it is legal to do so vary.  For example, it estimated that 14.3 percent of the gays and lesbians in the western province of British Columbia had married while 3 percent and 5 percent of Belgium's gays and lesbians married.  It also estimated that from 5.9 percent to 16.7 percent of those in Massachusetts had married.  Source.  David Crary, AP, Washingtonpost.com. You can find the complete story by clicking here (last visited April 29, 2006, reo).  You can find the Institute site by clicking here (last visited April 29, 2006, reo).

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