Preferred Partners is Optimistic Over Same-Sex Marriage Discussions in the Supreme Court
Preferred Partners, one of Canada's top gay matchmaking services, is one of the premiere services in the industry and this company is anxiously awaiting changes in American legislation through the most recent November debates over same-sex marriage in the Supreme Court.
Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) December 06, 2012
Preferred Partners is well known as one of the top professional gay matchmaking services in the industry, and this company is looking forward to the changing views of same-sex marriage from the Supreme Court. The discussions started in November over people that are recognizing that the constitution does not prohibit same-sex marriage, and citizens should be able to marry those that they choose. In the recent election, three U.S. states approved same-sex marriage, and another turned over a ban previously imposed on same-sex marriage. This is why so many citizens are excited at the prospect of seeing legal same-sex marriages, nationally in the future.
Preferred Partners, Canada's premiere gay matchmaking service, has been closely monitoring all of the progress in the United States, and was happy to hear about the Supreme Court's focus on same-sex marriage. Currently the justices have taken silent on the issue, but can comment on same-sex marriage cases as soon as the first week of December. However, the year is coming to a close, and many expect that the justices will start commencing hearings in January of 2013. Preferred Partners is anxiously awaiting news from the Supreme Court, just like many American citizens, and is hoping to hear new information sooner, rather than later.
The Supreme Court could take on several aspects of the same-sex issue, but the exact issues are unclear as of now. As it stands, there are nine states that have made same-sex marriages legal, and there are 31 states that have prohibited it. Which means that the country is still very much at odds over this issue. Members of the LGBT community, as well as Preferred Partners, are anxiously looking forward to any decisions made by the Supreme Court, because just one overturn of a gay marriage ban, and all the state's bans could be overturned. This is a very important time in the development of same-sex marriage rights, and could change the future of same-sex relationships.
Preferred Partners is one of Canada's top gay matchmaking services due to their focus on specific member needs and the well being of the LGBT community. This is a company that is not only focused on the relationships of their members, but the progress of the rights of the LGBT community throughout the world. Since Preferred Partners is located in Canada, one of the first countries that legalized same-sex marriage, they are looking toward the United States to continue the progress in LGBT rights. Preferred Partners will continue to focus on assisting gay and lesbian singles in find love while keeping an eye on the changing LGBT rights.
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