Currently Mexico recognizes same-sex marriage in several states. The
Mexican Supreme Court has been instrumental in this recognition, advancing an
interpretation of marriage outside its historical and textual interpretation. The
current state of same-sex marriage and LGBTI rights in general in Mexico is the
consequence of a new interpretation of the role of marriage and the family in the
Mexican society, as well as the evolution of the LGBTI movement.
En: Sáez, Macarena (ed.) Same Sex Couples - Comparative Insights on Marriage and Cohabitation. Springer (2015)