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« on: May 30, 2013, 01:59:26 PM »
French same-sex couple: Why we tied the knot Image UPDATED: May 30, 2013 11:12 GMT Two men who have become France's first same-sex married couple have
opened their hearts about the special qualities in each other that made
them want to spend the rest of their lives together. In the nervous minutes leading up to Wednesday's groundbreaking
ceremony in the southern city of Montpellier, Bruno Boileau said he
adored Vincent Autin's "charisma, his ability to appease me, calm me
down ... also his sensibility and his determination." And returning the warmth, Autin told CNN in the couple's only interview
on their wedding day: "What I love about him is his objectivity and the
way he protects me. He is my great protector." But their marriage is not just about their love; they also want to build a
family and, perhaps, teach future generations how to break down
prejudices. "We want children, we want to pass down values that are important to
us, that we hold dear, that are right. And we want grandchildren and
great-grandchildren, a real family," Autin said. "One of the reasons we want children is because children have no
judgement, and we want to break down society's barriers." He added that "when French children are born into this world, they are
born with the same rights as everyone else -- but from the moment you
said you were a homosexual, society deprived you of some of those
rights. Today the French Republic has given these rights back to us." The 40-year-old, who works for Montpellier's tourism office, expressed
his gratitude to those who had helped win the controversial right for
same-sex couples to marry, legislation that was signed into law 10 days
ago by President Francois Hollande. "We are very nervous, but obviously excited. This is a step forward for
France. What's happened today is thanks to everybody who has been so
mobilized over the past few months." The change in the law has not been without its opponents, prompting
sometimes-violent demonstrations of hundreds of thousands of people
across France. "It's very sad that they turned violent," Autin said. "It's
always so surprising to feel so attacked, but you must remember this was
a minority and most people are in favor. This proves that love can
triumph over hatred." "So thankful to those who helped us come to this moment. Some of the
people we're referring to have passed away, such as Harvey Milk [the first
openly gay American elected to public office] who was a great
inspiration." Autin described how the couple met seven years ago. While surfing the
net at the same time, they both chanced on an online fan forum for a pop
star who found fame on a show similar to "Pop Idol." A group of people
decided to go for lunch, after which he and Boileau, a 30-year-old civil
servant, became inseparable. Like many a couple tying the knot, Autin declined to give details about
what outfits they would wear, but he did confide what both parties
hoped to get out of the big day: "Obviously love, but also a great party."


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