These People Are Moving To Canada Because They’re Mad About Same Sex Marriage. SURPRISE! It’s Legal There Too!

On Friday, the Supreme Court made the historic decision to legalize same sex marriage in all 50 states of this great nation. While the new law was met with mostly positivity, there were those who were upset at the SCOTUS ruling and “threatened” to move to Canada.

There’s one teenie, tiny, little problem though, Canada passed the Civil Marriage Act on July 20, 2005, making all same sex marriage legal nationwide. Technically, that makes them even gayer than us. But sssssh, let’s allow them to pack their ear muffs, long underwear, hockey sticks and relocate to Canada. Let them figure it out on their own.

Here’s a list of other countries where gay marriage is legal and when it was legalized so that homophobic individuals don’t make the same mistake:

  • Netherlands (legal since 2001)
  • Belgium (2003)
  • Spain (2005)
  • Canada (2005)
  • South Africa (2006)
  • Norway (2009)
  • Sweden (2009)
  • Portugal (2010)
  • Iceland (2010)
  • Argentina (2010)
  • Denmark (2012)
  • Brazil (2013)
  • France (2013)
  • Uruguay(2013)
  • New Zealand (2013)
  • The United Kingdom (2014)
  • Luxembourg (2015)

I hear ISIS-controlled Syria is lovely this time of year.