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The president had quite a few words of praise for Hawaii, which earlier this week became the 16th state to welcome marriage equality. PinkNews, Gay Star News, LGBT Weekly, and The Huffington Post are among the many sources sharing his message.
Sandra Day O'Connor, 83-year-old retired Court justice, officiated Jeffrey Trammell and Stuart Serkin's wedding at the Supreme Court this week.
New Jersey is moving forward with a September 27th court ruling that will allow same-sex couples to marry, after the New Jersey Superior Court today denied the State's motion to stay the ruling.
Bernalillo county now joins's Doña Ana and Santa Fe counties in issuing marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples thanks to a ruling by New Mexico Judge, Alan Malott.
Same-sex couples marrying on August 1st taste-test cakes at the Betty Crocker Kitchens for their wedding ceremonies.
After over two decades of dedication to one another, two 63 year old women made Delaware history Monday, becoming the first same-sex couple to legally wed under the state’s new marriage equality legislation.
This afternoon the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit lifted its stay of the Federal District Court decision that found Proposition 8 unconstitutional. The plaintiffs who successfully challenged California’s Proposition 8 in Hollingsworth v. Perry, including Plaintiffs Kris Perry and Sandy Stier, will be the first to marry
Proposition 8 plaintiffs Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo got engaged (Paul popped the question) shortly after the Supre
Joey Latino is a Los Angeles native and resident, and married his non-US citizen Italian spouse, Danilo Loliva, in New York two months ago. Danilo has renewed his traveler’s visa twice and his current visa is due to expire in August, and so the couple is anxiously awaiting the Supreme Court's rulings so Joey can apply for Danilo's green card. Joey was adopted into an Italian-American family at an early age and is also an advocate for adoption by loving, caring parents regardless of orientation.
Cesar Hernandez-Topete and Miguel Topete-Hernandez fell in love four years ago, became domestic partners in 2012. Now they run a successful business CakePops & Co in Long Beach, California, and are working toward becoming foster parents, hoping to eventually adopt. Cesar and Miguel are anxiously awaiting the Supreme Court’s decision on Prop. 8, hoping to publicly affirm their love and commitment.. Marriage to them is about family.