By Georgianna Reilly, LMSW
SJS Staff Writer
The United States isn’t the only country struggling to offer more rights to Gay and Lesbian individuals. The French socialist government has recently approved a bill that would allow gay and lesbian couples to marry and adopt children, a bill which would be up for debate come January. In a backlash, over 70,000 individuals have been protesting against these measures with some of the most notable protests occurring yesterday. This is a heated issue everywhere, posing it as a global political factor in my mind.
What do you think a government’s role should be in securing citizen rights?