New York Times
November 2, 2012
The Vitts embody a movement within that movement. They are among the increasing number of heterosexual couples who are using their weddings to advocate for gay marriage. While much of the heat and light in this election season has centered on four states with ballot measures on same-sex marriage — Maine, Maryland, Minnesota and Washington — social change is being advanced by newlyweds using the moral and religious force of the wedding ceremony.

More and more straight couples are standing up for marriage equality. This election year, we need as many LGBT and allied votes as possible. Please visit GLAAD's Vote Page to learn more.