Historically, though, there has been an overwhelming silence about same-sex domestic violence.
The marriages would last a number of years, at the end of which the elder partner would help the younger find a (female) wife and settle down to raise a family.
Greenland (2015) Greenland, an autonomous territory of Denmark, was not subject to Denmark’s same-sex marriage law, which was enacted in 2012.
However, legislators in Greenland passed a bill in May 2015 to legalize same-sex marriage on the world’s biggest island.
It is found in all societies, but in widely varying forms.
Same-sex marriage has been documented in many societies that were not subject to Christian influence.