A for-profit wedding chapel run by two ordained ministers in Idaho is suing the city of Coeur d’Alene over a non-discrimination ordinance that would require them to provide marriage services to same-sex couples.
Remember this couple? Oscar De Las Salas and Gary Jackson from Arizona so loved San Diego that they planned their perfect wedding in Coronado's Centennial Park on Aug. 17 with friends and guests flying in for a celebration at sunset by the sea. But the splendid occasion was marred by someone yelling anti-gay remarks
Neil Patrick Harris has been doing the rounds on talk shows this week and has share more details about his summer wedding to David Burtka, including Elton John introducing the couple's first dance, and the puzzles that guests were required to complete. First, Harris stopped by David Letterman. He explained that they held the wedding in Italy because it was where Harris and Burtka first went on vacation together, and because they happened to have a ""friend of a friend who knew a dude with a castle.""
Cheyenne Jackson married his partner Jason Landau at a ceremony in L.A. on Saturday. Jackson met Landau last year and announced their engagement this February. The actor shared a photo of the married couple with his fans on Instagram, saying: ""M A R R I E D. Life is beautiful.""
After being together for more than a decade, Neil Patrick Harris and partner David Burtka married in Italy over the weekend. Harris tweeted the big news earlier today: Guess what? @DavidBurtka and I got married over the weekend. In Italy. Yup, we put the 'n' and 'd' in 'husband'. pic.twitter.com/R09ibF41rt
David Cruz—blogger, radio personality and matchmaker to millionaires—is making a change. No longer content to help the lovelorn meet Mr. Right, Cruz (who graced the cover of Frontiers’ recent “Love and Sex” issue) told us that he wants to do more than “talk about love”; he wants to go a step further and help couples plan and execute their dream weddings, even going so far as to become an ordained minister so that he can legally officiate at the weddings himself.
Days of Our Lives is set to air U.S. daytime drama’s first ever wedding between two men. Starting today, and stretching over three episodes, the NBC soap will show the wedding between Will Horton (Guy Wilson) and Sonny Kiriakis (Freddie Smith). Their relationship, NBC’s first ever gay storyline in its soap, began after Sonny was introduced to the show back in 2011. A few months after his introduction, the earlier character of Will Horton came out on the show, setting things up for the two to pair off.
For 17 days, Utah recognized the marriages of same-sex couples as legal in that state. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder still does, despite the stay on any recognition of marriage equality granted by the U.S Supreme Court and the governor’s admonition to state agencies to ignore requests from gay couples for official documentation. All briefs to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in the Kitchen v. Herbertlawsuit challenging the marriage ban will be filed by Feb. 25, 2014; oral arguments are expected in mid-March. Meanwhile, on Saturday the gay group Restore Our Humanity held a mass wedding reception to celebrate their unions and raise money for the legal battle.
Those who attended the first-ever Los Angeles Lesbian & Gay Wedding Expo on Nov. 10 at the Los Angeles Athletic Club witnessed a heartfelt event that brought together gay and lesbian couples looking to plan the wedding day of their dreams. The event featured exhibitor booths, planel discussions, fashion showcases and food & drink tastings.If you were unable to attend the very first wedding expo for SoCal same-sex couples, The Boys of Happy Hour, Ben and Alexander, have got you covered. The duo took some great footage of the expo, a perfect crash course for those who weren't able to attend in person.