Argentine Senator Compares Gay Marriage to Women's Suffrage
Proponents of same-sex marriage have compared their quest to the
“Just like with divorce, women's right to vote and civil marriage, with the passage of time we'll be able to appreciate the benefits of this law,” Sen. Eugenio Artaza told local television, according to Grazina.
The article included comments from three supporters of the legislation, including Argentine President Cristina Fernandez, who said the law “defends minority rights.” The report celebration
But Grazina only cited one opponent, Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, who expressed concern about the adoption measures of the legislation because “it was important to ensure that children had as role models 'both a father and a mother.'” The article didn't quote any opposition to the marriage measure.
Graziano suggested there was significant support for gay marriage in
The media have compared same-sex marriage to the civil rights movement before. The Washington Post repeatedly compared the two efforts in covering of the