After year of momentum, same-sex couples and families give thanks on Thanksgiving

This holiday season, as we spend time with our family, we feel thankful for what we've accomplished this year -- we've won the freedom to marry in eighteen states (for a total of 35 and our nation's capital) and seen marriage move forward across the country.

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Freedom to Marry staffers share their own marriage stories from this year

This month, one of our staffers in New York got married, and another team member in Oklahoma got engaged. Here's a look at 5 Freedom to Marry team members celebrating their own personal marriage moments this year:

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Freedom to Marry celebrates decade of marriage momentum with ‘Cheers to 10 Years’

On Monday, April 28, Freedom to Marry celebrated its tenth anniversary – and the tenth anniversary of marriage between same-sex couples in the United States – at Cheers to 10 Years: Celebrating Freedom to Marry.

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Freedom to Marry lights up Times Square for the holidays with message of love

Over the next two months, Freedom to Marry is celebrating a huge year of victories with a new video billboard in New York City to send a message that love - and marriage - are for everyone, and will be displayed in the heart of Times Square throughout the holiday season.

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West Point military academy hosts first wedding ceremony between two men

This weekend, two graduates from West Point military academy became the first men to marry at Cadet Chapel, the landmark chapel at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.

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Performers convey the importance of ‘Fighting the Good Fight’ at benefit

On Sunday, September 29, the talented actors and creative minds at the Matthew Corozine Studio in New York City hosted a night of monologues and directed scenes about love, marriage, and same-sex couples to benefit Freedom to Marry.

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Tim & Earl: After 37 years, we can’t wait longer for the freedom to marry in our home state

Tim and Earl say that while it may be fitting for them to move to New York City - ending, they said, in the city where they began - it's disappointing that Pennsylvania's anti-marriage laws have left them with little other choice.

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Peace Corps volunteer anticipates personal impact of new inclusive policy change

The Peace Corps' policy change, which allows same-sex couples to serve together as volunteers, was personal for Shari Quan, who served in rural Uganda. She and her partner, Elisabeth Halliday, are planning their wedding, and the policy change has opened up the possibility of the women serving together without being separated.

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Robert & Aaron: Sharing the love across the Hudson on our wedding day

Robert and Aaron's wedding - which not only celebrated their love and commitment but also helped to fuel the campaign to win marriage in all 50 states - is a testament to the work we do at Freedom to Marry.

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WATCH: This hospital staff in upstate NY make a gay couple’s weddings dreams come true

Watch this moving video and check out the heart-warming story of William Warren and Renard Latour, who married at a hospital in Delhi, NY after nearly four decades of love and commitment.

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