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For Better or Worse: Why It's Bittersweet That I Could Get Legally Married in NY

The beginnings of our marriage license. ❤ Jenn hung our marriage license in our bedroom today. I noticed it when I was taking off my earrings when I came home from work. We’d talked about finding the most special place … Continue reading

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Hooray, You're GAY! — National Coming Out Day and a Celebration of Your Queerness

So, we kind of GOT LEGALLY MARRIED last week–something I’m going to post about, and in detail, very, very soon, I promise. 🙂 ❤ ❤ ❤ We are still coming down from the joyousness that is GETTING LEGALLY MARRIED, and … Continue reading

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How the Queer Rise: A Manifesto

photo by sigrún bein When they tell you it gets better, it comes with a postscript: make it better. Life can be fucked up, and being gay/queer/bi/trans/poly can mean that sharing the truth can cost you a friend or familial … Continue reading

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Why the legalization of gay marriage matters so much

According to the Human Rights Campaign, “same-sex couples and their families are denied access to the more than 1,138 federal rights, protections and responsibilities automatically granted to married heterosexual couples.” Obviously, we want those rights–deserve those rights, as citizens of … Continue reading

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