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Because there was no definitive policy regulating these unions, many same-sex couples were turned away by judges and notaries.
Fernando Fernando Quimbayo and José Manuel Ticora on Tuesday became the first same-sex couple to legally marry in Colombia since the South American nation’s high court embraced marriage equality last month.
The couple, who told national Spanish-language newspaper about the difference between a “heterosexual marriage” and a “homosexual” one, the newlyweds had pointed answers ready. That is the part that many people have yet to understand.” “We are all universal in that we are united by love,” added Ticora.
“I have not been able to find a difference,” said Quimbayo in Spanish. “Just as a heterosexual person can [seek and find] love, a homosexual couple or one of the same gender can also have the same love.” (RELATED: How Colombia’s Fight for LGBT Equality Differs From Ours) In 2011 the Constitutional Court ordered the national congress to create a law establishing marriage equality by June 20, 2013.
Lawmakers failed to meet this deadline, which means same-sex couples in Colombia have technically been able to legally solidify their relationships since 2013, though to do so couples were required to seek out a notary or judge to formally solemnize their commitment.
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Several Mexican states have established marriage equality — beginning with Mexico City in 2010 — and that country’s high court has ruled those marriages must be recognized nationwide.