One nation after another these days seems to be headed toward legalizing gay marriage. Now it is Uruguay. Its Senate voted to legalize homosexual marriage by approving a law governing marriage which includes homosexuals. A similar version has already been passed by the lower house.
If the bill becomes law, Uruguay would be the second Latin American nation and the 12th globally, to legalize gay marriage. Argentina approved a similar law in 2010 in spite of Catholic Church objections, which probably had an influence on Uruguay since they have a common border.
Uruguay has previously passed legislation permitting civil unions and adoption rights of same-sex couples.
Uruguay’s radical agenda is part of the modern trend to make nations like it was in the days of Sodom.