by Lorenzo Piccoli
Ireland will hold referendum on same-sex marriage in 2015. The country is the most catholic enclave in the world and is very conservative on social issues. At least, this is my memory from the time I spent there in 2009. Hence, I was extremely surprised to see the polls released earlier this week. They show that 76% of Irish voters are in favour of same-sex marriage (would vote yes in a referendum), 18% are against.
Speaking about gay marriages. Here‘s an interesting article on the gaying of videogames, or on videogames embracing gay romance.