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Denmark: Bid to rename square after late gay rights activist fails

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  1. Anders Svering 29 May 2013, 5:11am

    The Danish registered partnership law was passed in 1989, not 1996, and Axgil and his partner were ‘registered’ on 1 October of that year, being the first couple to do so.

    1. Why is Denmark miles ahead of the rest of the world on this? What makes Denmark so tolerant, while England and France are overrun by Dark Age fundamentalists? Is it because they are all atheists? Or are they just better educated?

  2. Hilarious that it is something to do with pornography that is the stumbling block here, considering that in this day and age pornography is the largest sought out phenomena on the world wide web! Who doesn’t indulge in it? Liars if they say they do not!

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