Spanish village says "I do" to same-sex weddings

09/8/2009 | NYTimes.com

This article looks at how the Spanish village called Campillo de Ranas, or the Little Field of Frogs, has reinvented itself as a destination for same-sex weddings. The tiny town (population 60) over the past four years has been the site of more than 140 same-sex nuptials. "Campillo shows what's possible when you have the proper measure of tolerance and respect," said Andrés Rubio, producer-director of "Campillo Sí, Quiero" ("Campillo Yes, I do"), a documentary about the town.

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