Cape Town - So while the world the contemplates what the futture holds when it comes to same-sex marriages in the US - Activists across the world will be happy to see more and more countries joining the cause for equal rights and legalising same sex marriage.
South Africa has been part of the family for 10 years now and the list seems to be growing.
The Netherlands were first to legalise same sex marriage in 2000, soon to be followed by many European countries, the Americas, South Africa and New Zealand.
The latest addition to the list is Isle of Man, joining the ranks on 22 July 2016.
Check out where in the world same sex marriage is allowed:
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