While the long-standing debate about allowing gays to marry in the Church of Denmark simmers on, a group of Christian homosexuals has come forward saying that debate is irrelevant.
“I don’t want to get married in the Church of Denmark – what would I do with that? If two people want to commit themselves to each other, they can go down to city hall,” Ib Hoch, a member of the Horsens Parish Council who has lived with his gay partner for the last 28 years, told the Christian daily Kristeligt Dagblad.
Same-sex civil unions have been permitted in Denmark since 1989, when it became the first country to legalise them.
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