An anti-gay-marriage protester caused a disruption in the French parliament before the vote on gay marriage.
Anti-gay-marriage protesters burned flares during a demonstration a few days before the vote.
Proponents of gay marriage gathered at Bastille square to protest against homophobia.
A member of The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence (Les Soeurs de la Perpétuelle Indulgence) gathered at Bastille square to protest against homophobia on Monday.
A member of the opposition held the appeal to the new law.
French Justice Minister Christiane Taubira was congratulated by Housing Minister Cécile Duflot after the vote of the same-sex-marriage bill.
French Justice Minister Christiane Taubira got a hug.
There was a scuffle before the vote.
People gathered at the parliament congratulated former MP Corinne Narassiguin after the law was passed.
An anti-gay-marriage activist gestured before the vote.
Those opposed to the law marched in Paris on Monday.
An opponent of the gay-marriage bill protested the justice minister.