Next Sunday (Dec 1st), Croatia will hold a http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Referendum. And you probably think “Well what ever, its not like I’m from Croatia.” True, but if this referendum passes it will be violation of human rights. The referendum question is “Are you in favour of induction the fact that a marriage is a unity between a man and a women into Croatian constitution?” (this is a rough translation). Basically they want to forbid any way for homosexual people to legitimize their relationships.
While the whole Western world is going further into legalizing homosexual marriage this country that thinks its very western is trying to violate basic human rights which is to love.
So I think that tumblr, since its so open-minded and we make things gay even when their not and we’re actually happy about it, should know about it. Cause it makes me so mad that I live in this society.
I am reblogging this because this is very important. At the moment I am embarrassed to live in this country. Why would this even have to be in the Constitution? Will anyone gain anything from this? The organization called “U ime obitelji” (meaning in the name of the family) is the one who made this possible…and it is ridiculous and absolutely awful. Not to mention the millions that are being thrown away on this insanity of a referendum.
I just hope enough of Croatians will vote Against tomorrow.
Chapters: 7/7 Fandom: Doctor Who, Doctor Who (2005) Rating: Teen And Up Audiences Warnings: Author Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings Relationships: Eleventh Doctor/River Song, The Doctor/River Song Characters: Eleventh Doctor, River Song Additional Tags: AU Summary:
River didn’t bother to follow him. She knew the layout of the Library very well. She had stolen away here many times, risking a painful trip through the Shadows to spend hours living another life among the books. He couldn’t hide from her. No matter what, she would find him.
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