France’s anti-gay marriage movement eyes future fights
Thousands of supporters of the anti-gay marriage movement "La Manif Pour Tous" (Demonstration for all) wave flags as they gather near the Invalides square in Paris on May 26, 2013 during a mass protest against a gay marriage law. AFP PhotoAs workers diligently set about clearing the stage from a last-ditch demonstration in Paris against a recent French law legalising same-sex marriage and adoption on Sunday evening, protest organisers and participants already had their minds geared towards how to keep their movement alive.
Staged by the organisation Manif Pour Tous, or a demonstration for everyone, hundreds of thousands of people converged on the capital’s central Invalides monument to evince their undiminished opposition to the new measure, which was signed into law by President François Hollande earlier this month.
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