Postedon Nov 18, 2010 at 01:00 pm
Mark Reed and Dante Walkup tied the knot last month in Dallas because they found a loophole that makes it OK.
While their boots were planted at the W Hotel in Dallas, an officiate in the District of Columbia legalized their union through Skype.
Postedon Nov 16, 2010 at 02:00 pm
David Hyde Pierce on getting married in California in 2008: "We'd been together 26 years when we were legally allowed to get married in California. We went and did it, and we both agree it had a power, an importance to us in our lives that we can't really put into words, but that is totally palpable and intrinsic to who we are."
Postedon Nov 09, 2010 at 02:30 pm
The Republican Party won super-majorities in both houses of the New Hampshire State House on election day.
Marty Favor explains how this has changed he and his partner from planning a traditional wedding, to scrambling around to prepare for a shotgun one.
Postedon Nov 08, 2010 at 10:00 am
Thousands marched in Argentina's Gay Pride parade on Saturday, celebrating the country's status as the first in Latin America to legalize the freedom to marry and vowing to campaign for new rights for transgender people.
Postedon Oct 26, 2010 at 03:00 pm
Benoit Denizet-Lewis catches up with several young gay couples he first profiled in an April 2008 cover story for The New York Times Magazine about the first generation of young married and engaged gay couples in Massachusetts.
Postedon Oct 18, 2010 at 02:00 pm
Wedding businesses were just as excited as equal rights groups when marriage equality became legal in the Granite State earlier this year.
It opened up a new market during one of the worst economic periods the country has ever seen.
Postedon Oct 15, 2010 at 02:00 pm
Connecticut's landmark freedom to marry decision has turned out to be a boon for its wedding industry.
Postedon Oct 14, 2010 at 01:00 pm
Keith Berner reports on a wedding that recently took place in Washington D.C. - "the utter joy of the event was transcendent" - although the happy couple still faces heavy challenges due to the federal government not recognizing their marriage.
Postedon Oct 11, 2010 at 01:00 pm
On Oct. 10, 2008, the Connecticut Supreme Court legalized marriage for same-sex couples, and since then an estimated 2,500 gay and lesbian couples have traveled here to be joined, generating what one economist calculates has been a $40 million stimulus for restaurants, hotels, wedding photographers and caterers.