Show America What Marriage Equality Looks Like
Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders (GLAD) have created a project to show America what Marriage Equality looks like. Join in!
Five years ago, a revolution started in Massachusetts. On May 17, 2004, the first same-sex couples ever to marry in the United States stood in churches, backyards, and town halls, and said "I do."
Five years later, 16,500 same-sex couples have married in Massachusetts and 3 more states have adopted full marriage equality – Connecticut, Vermont, and Iowa. Marriage equality bills are moving forward in numerous states, and 18,000 couples married in California before Proposition 8 brought marriage equality to a halt there.
Equality means everyone.
GLAD congratulates and celebrates these loving, committed couples – gay and straight – who have joined in marriage in the past five years.
Join the Celebration!
We invite all couples who have married in an equality state — Massachusetts (since May 17, 2004); Connecticut (since November 12, 2008), Iowa (since April 27, 2009), or California (June 16, 2008 – November 4, 2008)* to help us show America what marriage equality looks like.
How to Participate
Email your favorite wedding photo to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include your names (only first names will be published) and the date and location of the wedding. Thank you!
Photos will be added throughout the month of May.
Here is the photo that we sent in last night:
Journal of  what my marriage looks like