Anti-miscegenation laws or miscegenation laws are laws that enforce racial segregation at the level of marriage and intimate relationships by criminalizing interracial marriage and sometimes also sex between members of different races. Anti-miscegenation laws were first introduced in North America from the late seventeenth century onwards by several of the Thirteen Colonies , and subsequently by many US states and US territories and remained in force in many US states until After the Second World War , an increasing number of states repealed their anti-miscegenation laws. In , in landmark case Loving v. Virginia , the remaining anti-miscegenation laws were held to be unconstitutional by the U.
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Where Christian churches, other religions stand on gay marriage
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Earlier this month, we brought you an article about foreign men sounding off on the difficulties of having a Japanese wife. Continuing the international marriage theme in a more unfortunate direction, we now bring you the voices of some foreign men who have gone through the experience of divorcing Japanese women. You might be surprised to learn that the main catalyst for divorce in each of their scenarios was rarely related directly to cultural differences. Instead, it seems that a combination of other factors played the decisive role. Japanese blogger Madame Riri recently posted an article exploring this issue by sharing the stories of men who were asked to described the reasons they divorced their Japanese wives. First, practical issues concerning family and money played a large role in their decisions. He tried to please his wife by buying a nice house, car, and going on overseas vacations.
Gay marriage: Why Supreme Court got it wrong
A Black transgender woman from Clifton, Ohio, was killed early this month, marking the latest in several murders of transgender individuals in recent weeks. Authorities discovered the victim alive in a parking lot, but she later died from her injuries at a hospital. Cincinnati Police Department spokesperson Eric Franz told Gay City News that the murder initially seemed to be a hate crime, but after further investigation it appeared the victim was not targeted because of her trans status.
This was the first time Kim Davis faced re-election since , when she defied the Supreme Court ruling and refused to issue same-sex marriage licenses. Former U. Ambassador to the U.