This question reflects a reality, that of legal equality. In 35 years, particularly in Quebec, homosexuals have achieved full legal equality. Legislation no longer distinguishes between the rights of a heterosexual or homosexual person or couple. This reality leads us to believe that there are no more problems. That is not true. Homosexuality, despite the evolution of our society, unfortunately still remains subject to discrimination and is still sometimes subject to homophobic comments or acts. As a result, much remains to be done about the right to social equality. It poses a great challenge for our society, and it will be achieved by adopting a policy that will promote respect and dignity for homosexual people in all spheres of society.