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Dutch Royal Heirs Could Marry Same-Sex Partner, Government Says

Por: The Wall Street Journal World October 13, 2021

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The Netherlands was the first country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage in 2001. Now, the government says any king or queen of the country wouldn’t have to forfeit the right to the throne if he or she married someone of the same sex. The question is a challenging one for royal families, which have sought to move with the times.... + full article



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