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Chile Overwhelmingly Passes Marriage Equality

By Human Rights Watch
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Click to expand Image A family takes part in the annual Pride parade in Santiago, Chile, November 13, 2021. © 2021 AP Photo/Esteban Felix It’s a special day for same-sex couples in Chile. Today their country becomes the 31st in the world to adopt marriage equality—and by a wide legislative margin in both the Chilean Chamber of Deputies and the Senate. The country’s new law undoes existing legal discrimination against same-sex couples in parentage, joint adoption, and assisted reproductive technology, among others. It also scraps the requirement that married transgender people divorce…

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