Opposition leader has “wedding” with partner in call for same-sex marriage to be legalised in Poland

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09/30/2023

One of the leaders of The Left (Lewica), Poland’s second-largest opposition group, has symbolically married his partner during a theatrical performance. They expressed hope that they will one day be able to do so for real in their home country, which currently allows no form of legalised same-sex unions. “I performed hundreds of weddings as mayor of Słupsk, but this is the first time I’ve stood on the other side,” said Robert Biedroń. “It’s a beautiful feeling that needs to be shared. That’s why we should do everything so that two adults can experience a wedding whenever they want. Because love is love.”

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