As we know June is always important for LGBT rights. But this year the month has been especially productive in respect to the same marriage agenda. This trail, in fact, began a month earlier in Ireland, where a referendum has granted these right to those demanding them for a long time. Ireland it should be noted was the first country in the world to decide this matter through popular vote. The referendum’s victory, while appraised worldwide is not exempt from caveats as analyzed by an instigating article by Anne Mulhall. Then in Mexico, the Supreme Court has issued a ruling defining as discriminatory state laws restricting marriage only to heterosexual couples, an important step forward commented by Gloria Careaga, member of SPW Steering Committee. Last but not least, as we were releasing this announcement the US Supreme Court has finally made its decision on same-sex marriage as a legitimate right. Though the news too fresh for substantive comments we have collected few articles that inform about and critically comment the voting.