The liberty to marry someone of the same sex is honored on National Freedom to Marry Day which falls on February 12. Since 1999. It is an unofficial holiday that has been fighting for love and promoting equal rights to marriage for the LGBTQ community.
National Freedom to Marry Day is celebrated annually on February 12 since 1999 to promote marriage between people of the same sex. The initiative was introduced by a Washington, D.C.-based gay rights advocacy law firm, Lambda Legal.
What are the 10 basic human rights?
The right to equality and freedom from discrimination.
The right to life, liberty, and personal security.
Freedom from torture and degrading treatment.
The right to equality before the law.
The right to a fair trial.
The right to privacy.
Freedom of belief and religion.
Freedom of opinion.
DOMA stands for The Defense of Marriage Act.