However, it was the first Latin American country to pass a civil union law and is considered to be safe and welcoming to gay and lesbian visitors.
Civil unions are legal in Uruguay, which convey the full rights of marriage, and there is currently a law in the works to legalize full gay and transgendered marriage.
The Rocha region, with its palm tree-dotted prairies and pristine Atlantic beaches, ﬁlled me with primal wonder.
I ﬁrst learned about Uruguay from an associate who had clients with a second home there.
(When the abortion law passed, Uruguay became the third Latin American nation to legalize abortion beyond cases of rape, incest or threat to a woman’s health, after Guyana and Cuba.) The House of Representatives also just passed a bill that will legalize marijuana, but that legislation still needs to be approved by the Senate.
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