Category Archives: marriage equality

thank you to the Ninth Circuit

Awesome news today on the marriage equality front, as the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that California’s infamous Prop 8 was unconstitutional: Proposition 8 fails to advance any rational basis in singling out gay men and lesbians for denial of a marriage license. Indeed, the evidence shows Proposition 8 does nothing more than [...]

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it’s time

If there is one thing I’ve learned by working in the wedding industry, and by attending the vast number of weddings that I attend, it’s that there is nothing political about love. And there is nothing political when two people decide that they want to stand in front of their community and declare their love [...]

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Yay New York! the aftermath

I’m sitting on the airplane (internet at 10,000 feet is still amazing to me) making my way back to California, and realizing that it’s been five days since Yay New York!, and I still haven’t managed to quite wrap my head around it. One thing for sure is that it was amazing. Another thing is [...]

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Yay New York! details

check em out over at APW. And don’t forget to buy your tickets!

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Yay New York Tote Bags!

Oh, the marriage equality totes are here, and they are awesome. I’ve been carrying mine around since Monday, and it’s kind of my favorite new thing. And they are selling out super quickly, so get yours while the getting is good. shop here. photo of Meg & me sitting at a bar in fancy shoes: [...]

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Yay New York! tickets

tickets for Yay New York! are now on sale! Click here to buy yours before they’re gone! Also – we announced our couples this morning, and could not be more excited about them. Yay Leanne & Anne and Aaron & Cory!

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Yay New York!

I am SO excited to finally be able to announce a project that I have been working on rather frantically for the last two weeks (I can’t believe it’s only been two weeks – it feels like forever, in a good way) I’m an unabashedly-vocal supporter of marriage equality rights, and so when New York [...]

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