This study aims to compare suicidal ideation rates in heterosexual and nonheterosexual participants of a first-wave survey Wave 1, 23 months before the same-sex marriage referendums and a second-wave survey Wave 2, one week after the same-sex marriage referendums in Taiwan and to examine the influence of gender, age, and sexual orientation on the change in suicidal ideation rates in nonheterosexual participants.
Discussion The results of the present study revealed that nonheterosexual participants in the Wave 2 survey had a higher suicidal ideation articles against same sex couples in Concord than those in the Wave 1 survey, whereas no difference was found in suicidal ideation rates in heterosexual participants between Wave 2 and Wave 1.
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Third, the result that a certain group of voters favored that sexual minority individuals only have the right to cohabit but not marry according to the Civil Code definitely discriminated between sexual minority individuals and heterosexual individuals. Meanwhile, voters in Minnesota will decide in November and in North Carolina in May whether to enact constitutional bans on same-sex marriage.
In Maythe New Hampshire General Court passed a bill to implement a clear minimum age of 16 with no exceptions. Open in a separate window. Archived from the articles against same sex couples in Concord on July 21, Over in Vermont, the story is almost exactly the same.
State Rep. In the past two decades, overall, an attitude of social tolerance toward homosexuality has become widespread in Taiwan, which is mainly accounted for by improvement in education and liberal values related to gender roles [ 17 ]. Bangor Daily News. The following year,was almost as busy, with 9 percent of all marriages going to same-sex couples.
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May 14, The final data of participants heterosexual and nonheterosexual individuals in Wave 1 and participants heterosexual and nonheterosexual individuals in Wave 2 was analyzed. Results A total of and Facebook users completed the online questionnaire in Wave 1 and Wave 2, respectively.
A repeal bill appears to have a good chance of passing in the State House and Senate, which are both controlled by Republicans. In , the Legislature considered two repeal proposals, a bill to repeal both the same-sex marriage law and the state's civil union law and a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage.
In early , the Legislature briefly considered a bill authorizing same-sex marriage until Democratic leaders assigned it to a study committee.