Something borrowed, something blue. The wonderful thing about gay weddings is you can have these traditional elements or none at all. These days, people are getting more creative with their announcement photos. With expert photographers available for all kinds of events, couples can have high-quality images for the perfect way to reveal the…. His and his. Hers and his.
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Browse our featured posts or search the archives from Freedom to Marry's blog, which tracked breaking news developments, featured analyses of the fight for marriage, and showcased stories of momentum for national resolution. Today, Wednesday, July 15, Freedom to Marry released a new video that chronicles the path of LGBT rights to the present day, after winning a national victory for marriage. Today, on almost every front page of a newspaper, from small towns in Arkansas to the biggest cities in the nation, same-sex couples are featured prominently, and headlines report that the United States Supreme Court has struck down bans on marriage between same-sex couples. Today, thousands of couples' lives were changed when the United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of the freedom to marry, ending marriage discrimination throughout the country.
On a warm fall day nearly two years ago, Dwayne D. He was waiting for the arrival of Jonathan Franqui, the man he had met nearly a month before and with whom he found an instant connection. It was their first real date - after over a week of talking on the phone and texting about their lives, learning about each other's families and friends and life aspirations, they were finally meeting up in person. When Jonathan arrived at the park, Dwayne stood up from his seat on the fountain and, without a word, pulled two coins from his pocket. He held them up and said to Jonathan, "The first thing we are going to do is make a wish in this fountain with these two coins.
Selena Simmons-Duffin. A recently launched blog called "Born This Way! This photo definitely proves it," JC writes in a post. The photos are totally delightful, and the essays are thoughtful and often funny. But there is no denying that the site is wading in contentious waters.