As Romania takes to the polls this weekend for a referendum on the constitutional definition of marriage, Florin Buhuceanu and Victor Ciobotaru are staying at home.
Euronews took to the streets of Bucharest to ask people what they think about the vote, which could see the constitution amended to redefine marriage as being only between a man and a woman rather than “two spouses”.
Gay marriage is already illegal in Romania but campaigners are trying to make sure the law cannot be unpicked.
The vote, condemned by numerous rights groups, is to be held on Oct 6-7.
Campaigners have hit out after senators in Romania backed calls for a referendum that could make it harder for gay marriage to be legalised.
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More than 5000 revellers took part in the Bucharest Gay Pride in the Romanian captial on Saturday.
The theme for this year's event was for more rights and acceptance.
European Court of Justice rules that the couple is entitled to the same rights as other married couples in the EU.
On paper, Bosnia and Herzegovina has made strides in advancing LGBT rights. But in practice, gay men and women do not feel safe from discrimination or harassment.
All Bermudans will be allowed to form domestic partnerships, which its government says will offer equal rights.
Two men have been able to register their marriage in Russia, a first for the country.
Adrian Coman and Clai Hamilton cannot live together in Romania because the country doesn’t recognise same-sex marriage.
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Only four MPs voted against the move.