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In Europe, 15 countries currently recognise same-sex marriage, and 11 more recognise some form of civil union. The bill failed, but Cappiello's proposal received wide coverage in the press where some journalists spoke about second-class marriageand acknowledged for the first time the possibility of homosexual unions. Gender and social justice, in your inbox: Stepchild adoption recognised by courts on a case by case basis. The Partito Democratico PD; Democratic Partywhich is the main party in a centre-left coalition, said in its manifesto that there should be a law against homophobia.

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At the current state, Italy is still a country where sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression and sex characteristics are a factor of inequality on a daily basis.

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LGBT rights in Italy

On 11 Januarythe Court of Cassation upheld a lower decision of court which granted the sole custody of a child to a lesbian mother. The only area with majority support for same-sex marriage was in the north-west Piedmont and Liguriawhere Nevertheless, in every Italian region except Sicily, a majority supported some form of recognition for same-sex couples. All the major parties presented different motions, and all were rejected except for that of the Democratic Party. Archived from the original on And such attitudes have made it difficult to bring discussion of measures, for example to recognise homosexual relationships, to the parliamentary sphere. Turin performed one civil union, with 50 more ceremonies planned for the coming months.

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In ILGA-Europe's latest annual review of the human rights situation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people in Europe, the country sadly ranks 32nd out of 49 states. Retrieved 15 November Same-sex union legislation Same-sex union court cases Timeline of same-sex marriage Recognition of same-sex unions in Africa Recognition of same-sex unions in Asia Recognition of same-sex unions in Europe Recognition of same-sex unions in the Americas Recognition of same-sex unions in Oceania Marriage privatization Divorce of same-sex couples Domestic partnership Military policy Adoption Listings by country. Repression was a matter for the Catholic Church, and not the Italian State. Archived from the original on In an interview with major daily Corriere Della Sera the next day, Fontana responded to a question about how his ministry would deal with families with homosexual parents, referred to in Italy as "rainbow families". More and more Italians want to gay unions Eurispes:

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