The attitude to homosexual and lesbian relationships has been altered. Viewpoints about people with non-traditional orientation have been changed as well. Religion is no exception.
Nowadays, non-heterosexual people have the same rights as straight people in the USA. They can marry without fear that society will judge them. If they have a child, its rights will be protected by the local laws. There are not many countries that protect people belonging to the LGBTQ+ community. There’s scarcely anything else outside of Europe and the United States.
LGBT+ supporters have been on a long legal battle for same-sex marriages in the Cayman Islands, but it seems the LGBT+ community has reached a very crucial stage now. Recently the local lawmakers blocked the passage of the Domestic Partnership Bill in the assembly. In response to this, the United Kingdom decided to stand up against discrimination.
The progress moves on inevitably. One of the clearest signs of it is that more and more countries start to lawfully recognize same-sex marriages and civil partnerships. Among these countries are Thailand, Northern Ireland, Ecuador, and Austria.
With the adoption of this bill, Thailand grants safety for its LGBT+ citizens. If it’s passed on as law, the same-sex relationship becomes almost as protected as opposite-sex couple marriage.