Norwegians know what’s up.
A recent survey found that 58% of the population approves of new legislation that will equalize gay marriage. Thirty-one percent, meanwhile, are against such a move, while a remarkable 11% simply don’t know or don’t care enough to answer. The majority of opposition came from the Christian Democrat Party, which should come as no surprise.
Gay groups are certainly gay over the news. Norwegian National Association of Lesbian and Gay Liberation leader Jon Reidar Ã˜yan remarked, “We are very happy that such a large majority of the population wish to put an end to the discrimination of homosexuals and our children.”