A city clerk in London, England is suing her employer to avoid officiating at homosexual weddings.
Lillian Ladele told the London Telegraph. "I can't go against what it says in the Bible."
The lawsuit alleges "discrimination or victimization on grounds of religion or belief."
Effective in 2004, British law grants same-sex couples the same rights and privileges as married couples.
This same-sex marriage lawsuit caught our eye because it's probably the tip of the iceberg when it comes to lawsuits regarding same-sex marriage.
While some folks think homosexuality may yet destroy the institution of marriage, it's clear that it's going to do right by the legal profession.