In Mexico, plural marriage is not recognized by law, however, Pedro Arroyo Soto, Eighth District Judge for Civil, Administrative and Labor Amparo and Federal Trials, determined that it would be discriminatory to deny your request, since he argued that his sexual orientation is polyamory.
“Normally, there is a type of indirect discrimination, which occurs when the rules and practices are apparently neutral, but the result of their content or application translates into disproportionate treatment of people or groups from a different situation given their sexual orientation, known as polyamory. “, he pointed.
Given this, the judge considered the articles claimed by the complainant to be unconstitutional and it was thus that the amparo was granted.
“It is considered that the challenged articles are unconstitutional because they contain a description that tacitly and unjustifiably excludes relationships between several people of the same or different sex, from access to marriage and cohabitation,” it adds.
The amparo only protects the applicant, who intends to marry two women.