Iceland could have gay marriages as early as this summer

According to the San Diego Gay and Lesbian News via Towleroad, Iceland is finalizing a same-sex marriage equality bill.
Iceland's Johanna Sigurdardóttir is set to see her country allow same-sex marriages. (Courtesy of Telegraph.co.uk)

According to the San Diego Gay and Lesbian News via Towleroad, Iceland is finalizing a same-sex marriage equality bill.

The bill, according to SDGLN, was submitted March 23 and is expected to be approved shortly, with same-sex marriages commencing as soon as June 27.

Iceland, the nation that went bankrupt in 2009, has the world’s only lesbian leader.

For the original Towleroad article, click here.

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