I am proud to say I have taken part in history! YES!!!!
The Thirty-fourth Amendment of the Constitution (Marriage Equality) Bill 2015 (bill no.5 of 2015) was a proposed amendment to the constitution of Ireland to mandate provision for same-sex marriage. The bill was introduced to the Oireachtas in January 2015 by the Fine Gael–Labour government, and passed in March, in time for a referendum, which was held on 22 May 2015; all constitutional amendments must be put to referendum. The referendum was approved with the yes vote taking roughly 62% of the total votes cast, marking the first time a country has legalized same sex marriage in a nationwide vote