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Senators approved the Domestic Partnership Act by an 8-3 vote yesterday after the House of Assembly had approved it 24-10 on Friday.
It must now be signed by the governor before it becomes law in the Atlantic ocean territory.
The foundation treats at-risk kids with art and animal therapies, two proven balms that have been instrumental in Cyrus' own self-care.
Although she was raised Christian, Cyrus maintains a particular contempt for fundamentalist lawmakers who rally against this sort of progressive, potentially life-saving change.
The British island territory is on course to now allow only domestic partnerships."We can't keep noticing these kids too late," she says.Last summer, when "Wrecking Ball" earned her a VMA for Video of the Year, Cyrus sent 22-year-old Jesse Helt -- one of nearly 114,000 homeless men and women presently living in California -- onstage to palm the statue.Helt, reading from a small piece of paper, recounted his plight.When the camera cut to Cyrus in the audience, wearing a black leather ensemble and perched, precariously, on some kind of partition, her eyes were glinting, hot. Chat in a free live sex chat or have virtual sex online! Search adult personals and find sex opportunities in your city! Find real people looking for sex on our free sex dating site.Opponents of the legislation said it would be unprecedented to strip the right to same-sex marriage after it had been granted in a jurisdiction and that global reaction could hurt the tourism industry'This bill in its simplest forms strips away rights from human beings,' opposition senator Nandi Outerbridge said before the vote.Ruling party senator Crystal Caesar defended the bill, saying it would codify the rights of domestic partners, something the Supreme Court did not do in its ruling, and that it acknowledged the reality of public opinion on the island.'Society largely does not support same-sex marriage nor is it prepared to accept it at this time,' she said.Opponents of the legislation said it would be unprecedented to strip the right to same-sex marriage after it had been granted in a jurisdiction and that global reaction could hurt the tourism industry.They said it would be discriminatory because same-sex couples would have only the option of domestic partnerships while opposite-sex couples could choose between marriage or a domestic partnership.