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South Africa's Constitution is the first in the world to prohibit unfair discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation. It thereby guarantees equality for gay and lesbian people. Just as this section specifically mentions race and ethnicity in response to South Africa's past, sexual orientation is included because of the injustices gay and lesbian people have suffered. Just 10 years ago sex between two people of the same sex was a crime and public displays of affection were considered indecent. Gay people were harassed and blackmailed frequently by the police , often denied employment and refused custody of their children after divorce. One of South Africa's most bizarre and notorious anti-gay laws was introduced after a police raid on a gay party in a suburb of Johannesburg in
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South Africa has become the fifth country in the world, and the first in Africa, to allow legal marriages between same-sex couples, after a historic vote in Parliament on 14 November, followed by the signature of Acting President Phumzile Mlamblo-Ngcuka on 30 December, passed the Civil Union Bill into law. The ruling African National Congress ordered a three-line whip, the strictest disciplinary command the party can give its MPs, to compel them to be both present in the chamber and to vote in favour of the party line supporting the Bill. While it is still impossible for same-sex couples to marry under the existing Marriage Act, any South African citizen will be allowed to marry under the new law — including gays and lesbians. Whether heterosexual or homosexual, they will have the option of calling their partnership either a civil union or a marriage. Before the vote, Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota urged Parliament to support the rights of gays and lesbians, and to allow them to enjoy the fruits of democracy.