Belgium Rescinds Same-Sex Marriage Rights

Brussels, Belgium – April 9, 2051: Today, the government of Belgium is set to rescind the rights of gay and lesbian people to marry.  This follows a raft of other major changes in law, such as the approval of polygamous marriages of up to four wives per man.  Opinions are sharply divided in the country, and several provinces of Flanders have threatened to secede. The current change in law is a major turnaround, as Belgium was the second country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage.  This happened soon after the…

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