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Bleu stepmom havana Cuban same

Bleu stepmom havana Cuban same

Bleu stepmom havana Cuban same

Bleu stepmom havana Cuban same

Bleu stepmom havana Cuban same

Bleu stepmom havana Cuban same

Bleu stepmom havana Cuban same

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Bleu stepmom havana Cuban same

Bleu stepmom havana Cuban same

Cuban same

But Mariela Castro voted against the law in an extremely rare and possibly unprecedented dissenting vote because the law did not also ban discrimination based on gender identity.

  • The couples held hands or embraced as American and Canadian protestant clergy members blessed them.

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Cuban same

A day before Cuban president Raúl Castro was to visit the Vatican, his daughter sponsored a blessing ceremony for gay couples on an island where gay marriage remains illegal.

  • More than 1,000 gay, lesbian and transgender Cubans marched through Havana on Saturday, proudly displaying their truest selves for a day in a society where they still endure discrimination.

  • Cuba has also been growing closer to the Catholic Church, which had a troubled relationship with the communist government during much of the Cold War.




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