Brazil Is Now The 3rd Place In South America LGBTs Can Marry

In May, Brazil’s Supreme Court ruled that gay civil unions deserved greater legal recognition. Then in June, a Brazilian state court allowed two men to legally upgrade their civil union into a full marriage. And now Brazil’s Supreme appeals court has ruled that two women can legally marry. Parabéns!

If the ruling holds then they’ll join Mexico City and Argentina as the only South Latin American places where LGBTs can tie the knot. Honeymoon in Rio—that place is hot as balls!