Latin American Countries & Their Stance on Same-Sex Marriage Trumps The U.S.

Mexico: The legislative assembly passed a bill legalizing gay marriage in Mexico City. Same-sex couples are legally allowed to get married and adopt children. Although Mexican states are not allowed to conduct same-sex ceremonies, they are required to recognize the union by law.

Uruguay: As of 2009, same-sex adoption is legal for couples in a civil union. They were the first country in Latin America to do so. 

What's your stance on same-sex marriage? Do you think it's time for the Supreme Court to legalize it across the U.S.?