SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - The egalitarian collective marriage, aimed at LGBT people of São Paulo, had its registration period extended until this Thursday, October 3rd. The event still has no confirmed date, but it is expected to occur in the first two weeks of November in the center of the city.
The project, created in 2017 by the Municipal Secretariat of Human Rights and Citizenship, is aimed at people with no financial means to pay for a ceremony. According to the agency, the initiative aims to show the population of São Paulo that "the most important thing is . . .