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Growing up, my parents never talked about finances with me. But they made two things clear: Money was important, and 2. It was handled by men. My stepfather was the one who took care of all of the finances. Though I earned spending money through chores and part-time jobs as a teen, I never discussed earnings or expenses with my parents. Not surprisingly, I lacked confidence about money by the time I went to college. During my sophomore year, I met a young man who came from a wealthy family.
He had lofty professional aspirations and a firm grasp on economics. And, I was flattered by his attention. Countries that have legalized same-sex marriage Provided by Photo Services. On May 17, , Taiwan approved a bill legalizing same-sex marriage. With this landmark decision, it became the first country in Asia to do so.
Following the decision, Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen tweeted: We took a big step towards true equality, and made Taiwan a better country. Pictured LGBT rights protesters demonstrate outside a parliamentary administration building where politicians were discussing same-sex marriage bills ahead of a vote in Taipei, Taiwan, on May 16, Australia signed the bill to legalize same sex marriage in December After over 61 percent citizens supported the reform in a postal survey, the legislation went through Parliament without amendments.
Argentina became the first Latin American nation to legalize same-sex marriage on July 15, The Constitutional Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriage releasing a statement: Couples were allowed to marry from January Belgium was the second country in the world to legalize gay marriages that came into force on June 1, This allowed couples from overseas to get married on the condition that their home country had also legalized same-sex marriages.
However, this was amended in to allow any couple to marry if their spouse lived in Belgium for three months. Pictured A newly married couple at what was billed as the world's largest communal gay wedding in Rio de Janeiro on Dec. The country became the fourth nation to grant full legal rights to same-sex couples.