Here’s a beautiful video from Italy:
While homosexuality has been legal in Italy since 1887, they don’t currently recognise same-sex marriage. I believe that extending to everyone the right to marry whom they love, is one of the hallmarks of a decent society.
The description on the YouTube video finishes with
“Gli affetti non hanno sesso,
non ha senso discriminare amore.”
I plugged that into Google Translate to see what it says. I thought about getting a better translation, but I prefer the idiosyncrasies of the computer translation, which lend it a sort of cute je ne sais quoi:
“The affects are not having sex,
Love does not make sense to discriminate.”