France is a country that does not allow same-sex marriage nor adoption for gay and lesbian couples and has been against this for a long time.
Lately, more and more teenagers – and even adults – have come out and have been accepting homosexuality. That may explain new data that shows 63% of people are in favor of same-sex marriage in France. The way people think has changed over the past years.
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