Help us continue to fight human rights abuses. Please give now to support our work. Washington, DC — Honduran lawmakers should reject a proposed constitutional amendment that would entrench current harsh restrictions on reproductive rights and the prohibition on same-sex marriage, Human Rights Watch said today. On January 21, Congress approved in its first reading an amendment that would increase the number of votes needed in Congress to amend two articles of the constitution which prohibit abortion and same-sex marriage. It would increase the votes needed from the current two-thirds majority of the legislature to three-quarters, making future reform of these provisions extremely difficult. The proposed amendment still needs a second vote to be ratified.
Honduras: Attack on Reproductive Rights, Marriage Equality
Honduras: Attack on Reproductive Rights, Marriage Equality | Human Rights Watch
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Same-sex marriage in the United States
Hodges] decision. But despite the symbolic and legal strides, "there's still so much work that remains" on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer rights, says David Johns, executive director for the National Black Justice Coalition. Adoption and housing discrimination, hate crime laws and the murders of transgender people, especially women of color, remain grave concerns. Black LGBTQ people are disproportionately concentrated in the states where they face racial discrimination and where it is "legally permissible to discriminate against us based on actual or perceived sexual identity, gender orientation or expression," Johns said.
In the landmark case Obergefell v. Hodges, the U. Supreme Court ruled that all state bans on same-sex marriage were unconstitutional, making gay marriage legal throughout America. The ruling was a culmination of decades of struggles, setbacks and victories along the road to full marriage equality in the United States.