Thanks for using my photo, Mapping Megan (@MappingMegan), and for highlighting the fact that the world is learning to love better. Agreed with one of the commenters that Australia’s absence from this list seems a little historic.
The photograph itself, taken in 2015 in Washington, DC (of course), continues to be the most viewed photograph in my collection, at over 72,000.
It is also nice to see that the photograph once again is being used to illustrate love winning, rather than love denied. Enjoy.
Ever since same-sex marriage was legalized in the Netherlands in 2001 (props to the Netherlands for always being at the front of progressive change), the legalization of same-sex marriage has snowballed throughout the world.27 countries (25 with another two pending) now legally recognize the right for same sex couples to marry, so if youâ€™re part of the LGBTQI community, and want to travel, liveÂ overseas, or plan a destination wedding, these countries will recognize your right.Source: Dear LGBTQI Travelers: These Countries Will Recognize Your Same Sex Marriage #LoveAlwaysWins – Mapping Megan