The Pitcairn Islands, the smallest country in the world in terms of population, legalized same-sex marriage for its 56 residents last month.
The British territory consists of four volcanic islands in the south Pacific Ocean; only the second-biggest, Pitcairn, is actually inhabited. LGBT adventurers now have a good reason to make the arduous journey to Pitcairn since they can get wed there; the island already has a relatively-thriving tourism industry.
Pitcairn residents are the descendents of the original mutineers of the British ship The Bounty, as well as Tahitians who traveled on The Bounty. The island was one of the first of the British territories to legalize women's suffrage.