PHOTOS: Pride From France to Italy to Greece
BY Advocate.com Editors
June 18 2013 7:00 AM ET
A woman kisses her partner dressed as a bride as supporters of LGBT rights take part in the 12th Croatian Gay Parade. Croatia has never had a same-sex marriage, but conservative activists say they want to block the possibility, after the center-left government said it was preparing a law that would enable same-sex couples to register as "life partners." Some 1,000 supporters of a conservative group calling for a referendum to ban same-sex marriage marched to Croatia's Parliament Friday to hand over a petition signed by one fifth of the EU-bound country's electorate.
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