Norway dating for marriage
In 1991, unregistered same-sex cohabitation was recognized by the Government for the granting of limited rights, such as being considered as next of kin for medical decisions, and in the event of wrongful death of one partner the other partner was entitled to compensation.Full adoption rights were granted to same-sex couples in 2009.
In fact the party is the one consistent in large Norwegian weddings as these generally go well into the next morning.
In 1981, Norway became one of the first countries in the world to enact an anti-discrimination law explicitly including sexual orientation.
Same-sex marriage, adoption, and assisted insemination treatments for lesbian couples have been legal since 2009.
The King of Norway granted royal assent thereafter. Prior to the gender-neutral marriage law, a civil partnership law had been in effect since 1993.
Partnerskapsloven, as it was known in Norwegian, granted many marriage rights to same-sex couples, only without calling it marriage.