With historic votes in favour of marriage equality in the French and British parliaments in the last week, more countries are moving to give gay and lesbian citizens the same rights that heterosexual couples enjoy. And it's about time.
Eleven countries already allow same sex marriage, as well as a number of state and city governments. On top of the victories in Britain and France, the prospects are also strong for Uruguay and New Zealand to give marriage equality the tick this year.
But why stop there? What other countries can we turn rainbow this year? Let us know what other countries we should be colouring on this map, and we'll update it as more information comes in:
Everyone should have the right to marry the person they love. If you agree, share this map widely – and why not start your own petition to turn your country red?
Sources: France 24, Guardian, Economist