Pitcairn Island, often considered the world's smallest country, just legalized gay marriage.

A strange, mystical land of tolerance. (via Pacific Biodiversity Information Forum)

The population of Pitcairn Island is about to surge 90000%. The island, a British Overseas Territory in the Pacific, recently approved a law legalizing gay marriage, despite the fact none of its 48 residents are gay. Pitcairn's local governing council, which gathers around a tree stump every full moon, unanimously approved the law over a month ago at the recommendation of the British government. We're only hearing about it now because they were experiencing "technical difficulties" with their website; they probably only have one modem and dealing with Time Warner is hell when you live on an ocean-surrounded landmass.

Sources: The Guardian