Bermuda Considers Repeal of Same-Sex ‘Marriage’

The island nation of Bermuda is reconsidering its same-sex “marriage” law and instead is looking at offering same-sex couples domestic partnerships status with benefits. The nation legalized same-sex “marriage” through a court order in May, although the order did not provide benefits for same-sex couples. If Bermuda succeeds in reversing that law, it would be the first country in the world to return to the biblical definition of marriage: the union of one man and one woman. The House of Assembly has passed the Domestic Partnership Act, which now goes to the Bermuda Senate.

MP Wayne Furbert said, “I support it because at the end of the day it removes the right to same-sex ‘marriage’ and it tells the court that this Parliament will stand for what is right.” Sylvan Richards, shadow minister of planning, added, “It’s going to give individuals the rights they need and it’s going to keep marriage between a man and a woman, which was my goal.”

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