Authorities in France say a civil union designed a decade ago for gay couples has become increasingly popular with heterosexual couples.Between this outstanding proliferation of the radical gay agenda, books in vending machines, and my dirty, shameful, uncontrollable lust for Gérard Depardieu, I may just have to move to France.
…The pact originally was understood as a way for homosexual couples to legalize their unions under French law, which prohibits them from marrying. For every two marriages held now in France, one heterosexual couple chooses the solidarity pact, the Post reported, noting 92 percent of the 140,000 couples choosing to be united by the pact in 2008 were heterosexual.
Also I just love their dressing!
(That's a joke for the Better Off Dead fans among us.)