marriage equality

when love wins: how marriage equality + forgiveness in charleston have changed us

28 Jun 2015 culture + art, lbgtq

marriage equality has come to the US! i’ve been dying to write this post. i meant to do it yesterday, but i am so glad that i didn’t. i needed a little perspective. i needed to let it sink it a bit. though, i’m not sure it has really sunk in yet. in any case, had i written this post on friday, or even yesterday (saturday), it would have been a crazy, emotional celebration. and, of course, it is a crazy,Read More

what’s at stake: waiting for the supreme court to decide on love

17 Jun 2015 lbgtq

2 0 0 9 / 2 0 1 0 five and a half years ago i married the most amazing woman. we got married in sweden, since she’s swedish. and, after 6 months of living in two different countries right after our marriage, i moved to sweden so we could create our life together. i’ve always wanted to live in europe. but, i must admit that part of the reason that we chose to live in sweden rather than theRead More

the many ways to celebrate love

27 Oct 2014 culture + art, lbgtq

well guys, the weekend of weddings is over. it was wild and amazing. and each of the three weddings were completely different – unique and beautiful, all in their own ways. for two of the weddings i was the officiant = i performed the wedding ceremony (a freaking awesome honor to have!). one was fairly short and quick, yet still meaningful and ground-breaking for the women. the other one was a little bit longer, and totally + completely inspired byRead More

wedding bells weekend

24 Oct 2014 lbgtq

i’m gonna try to write words, but i know that my words will not do the experience justice. today, i had the pure joy, honor, + privilege to perform my first wedding ceremony. and as if that wasn’t enough, there were many other factors that made it even more amazing… about 2 weeks ago, i got an email from someone who had seen my officiant/minister profile online. she introduced herself and told me that she + her partner of twenty-six yearsRead More

the day that love came to north carolina

here we are. in 2010. at a rally for marriage equality in raleigh, north carolina.  yesterday was day one in north carolina. what does that mean? it means that it was the first day, ever, that same sex couples were finally treated as equals. the first day that same-sex couples received the right to file for marriage licenses and get married. and the first day that my love and i were legally, officially, recognized as a married couple in my homeRead More

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