Monday, March 19, 2007

No Homosexual "Marriage" in France

LifeSiteNews is reporting that the French are standing strong for common sense on marriage. Note that the French recognize the problem with adoption and "procreation for homosexual couples."

Top French Court Rejects Gay Marriage

Mar. 15, 2007 ( - On March 13, France's highest court upheld the decision of a lower court and rejected the 2004 'marriage' of two homosexual men.The court declared the marriage annulled, finding that "under French law, marriage is a union between a man and a woman." ...

As previously reported by, a commission formed by the President of the French National Assembly advised in 2006 that, despite recognition of the fact that the French concept of family has become “more diverse and less institutionalized,” homosexual marriage and adoption and artificial procreation for homosexual couples should not be permitted under French law.