Bebel Without a Clause

Bebel Without a Clause

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Hisham Rais: Menyepi dan menghilang diri kerana tidak dapat berkahwin 4

Human rights or Human Wrongs?
Kejayaan BN dalam PRU13 Berjaya menggelakkan Malaysia menjadi Negara ke 15 mempelopori fahaman pluralisme Nurul Izzah dan Anwar Ibrahim. kakakakak
Ini yang membuat Hisham Rais frust menonngeng kerana ini peluangnya untuk menikah.kikkiki
"Celaka punya BN." katanya, "aku kena membujang sampai ke tua. Kalau tidak dapat lah aku berbini dengan 4 Jambu aku."

"Overwhelmingly impatient, overwhelmingly happy!" -- Vincent and Bruno were getting ready to tie the knot Wednesday in France's first official gay marriage, after months of sometimes violent protests.

Vincent Autin (L) and Bruno Boileau (2L) answer questions during a press conference in Montpellier on May 28, 2013. "Overwhelmingly impatient, overwhelmingly happy!" -- Vincent and Bruno were getting ready to tie the knot Wednesday in France's first official gay marriage, after months of sometimes violent protests.
The mayor of the southern city of Montpellier will pronounce Vincent Autin and Bruno Boileau "husband and husband" at 1530 GMT in the presence of hundreds of guests, under the watchful eye of police and the world's media.
"One day before we say 'YES'! Overwhelmingly impatient, overwhelmingly happy!" Autin, 40, said Tuesday on his Twitter account of his marriage to Boileau, his 30-year-old boyfriend of nearly seven years.
The high-profile ceremony, which will also be attended by the Socialist government's spokeswoman Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, is the apex of months of huge divisions in France over a bill allowing same-sex marriage and adoption.
The bill was finally signed into law on May 18 to the applause of supporters, but opponents have vowed to fight on and tens of thousands converged on Paris Sunday for a demonstration which ended in violence.
They have also pledged to protest at the marriage in Montpellier -- known as the "French San Francisco" for its gay-friendly reputation -- and up to 100 police have been called in, with another 80 in reserve.
Authorities in Montpellier had initially planned to broadcast the civil marriage on big screens in the city centre, but abandoned the idea due to security fears.
On Wednesday morning, they were putting the final touches to the ceremony, abandoning plans to hold it in the town hall's too-small wedding room and deciding to use the much larger reception hall.
Two chairs have been placed in front of where Mayor Helene Mandroux will be standing, flanked to her right by a portrait of President Francois Hollande and to her left by four flags, including the French and EU ones.
Some 500 guests are expected to attend, as are more than 230 journalists and technicians working for over 100 media outlets from around the world, with last-ditch accreditation demands earlier in the week from China and Ukraine.
"We are the 14th country to recognise gay marriage," Mandroux said earlier.
"If there are so many journalists maybe it is because they were surprised by the reaction of opponents. They were astonished that there could be such violence in the country of human rights."
She said she would give a speech during the ceremony addressing the fact that "for weeks there has been a phenomenon of intolerance" in France.
Barring the media, guests are just friends and family of the couple, Autin has said, and Vallaud-Belkacem herself is attending as a private citizen and not as a state representative.
Though officially a secular republic, France is overwhelmingly Catholic, and the issue of gay adoption and marriage -- a key campaign pledge of Hollande -- sparked a deeply divisive debate.
Opposition to the measure started as a grassroots campaign backed by the influential Roman Catholic Church. The right-wing opposition then jumped into the fray and the movement ballooned.
Supporters and opponents of the bill began protesting last autumn when it was adopted by the cabinet and continued to hold regular demonstrations throughout the country as it made its way through France's parliament.
Sunday's protest happened on the same day as the sexually graphic lesbian love story "Blue is the Warmest Colour" won the top prize at the Cannes film festival, in what some have seen as a subtle wink to the controversy

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