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November 6th was a big night for Obama and an historic night for gay rights proponents. Alas, after the issue had been presented to state voters 32 times, Maine and Maryland both voted by a 52-48 percent margin to legalize gay marriage, adding to the total of states that have approved same-sex marrriage...read more
by Jamie Miles
It all started when a group of friends, on the night that the bill to legalize gay marriage in New York passed, decided to organize a chapel to marry off same-sex couples en masse. "But we didn't know a single thing about wedding planning," says Bex Schwartz, one of the event's organizers, who had become...read more
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Why It’s Hot: Whether it’s Barry Manilow, Celine, or Donny and Marie, Sin City’s got your favorite celebrity (or celeb impersonator) to serenade your new coupledom. Hit the jackpot at roulette, snag front-row seats to Cirque de Soleil, book the 16-course tasting...read more
Following the 2012 election, Maryland and Maine have been added to the list of state's which have legalized gay marriage. As the U.S. becomes an even more likely destination for gay weddings, we wondered where the rest of the world stood. We did our homework and pulled together a list of all the countries...read more
Q. Who should we tell about our engagement first -- and how?
A. There's really no wrong way to announce your engagement, but our advice is to first tell those who are most supportive of the two of you as a couple, be it your closest friends or family. Doing so should help build up the confidence...read more
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