Latin-American marriage blogger J. Lester Feder reports:
The court ruled on behalf of three same-sex couple seeking to marry in the southern state of Oaxaca. The court had already ruled in 2010 that gay marriages performed under a Mexico City ordinance had to be recognized nationwide. With this precedent, the remaining bans on gay marriage in most Mexican states could quickly fall.An even more amazing part of this story is that the original case was brought by Alex Alí Méndez Díaz, a law student. His story is profiled here.