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On Sunday New York became the sixth state in the US to allow gay marriages.

More than 800 couples got married in the state that day alone.

The Guardian has a gallery of eight pictures showing the newlyweds. One couple has been together 51 years!

BuzzFeed has a set of 60 images.

And the first ever same-sex marriage on Broadway took place today, a triple-bill on the set of the musical “Hair”. Check out this video, where the happy couples also get serenaded by the cast and audience at the musical! (Disclosure: I scripted, voiced, and edited this video.)

The other five states that have passed laws allowing same-sex marriages are: Massachusetts (2004), Connecticut (2008), Iowa (2009), Vermont (2009), and New Hampshire (2010).

About The Author

Nick Rowlands

Nick lived in Egypt for six years, working as a tour leader, EFL teacher, city guide editor, and online guidebook writer. He's currently in San Francisco searching for his centre. He (kinda sporadically) blogs at Delicious Chaos, and you can follow him on twitter.

  • Vickyleonard_16

    Teared up throughout that photo gallery! 
    Baby steps, baby steps, baby steps…!

    • john12

      A new study shows that gay men in
      Massachusetts visited a health care clinic 13% less often after same-sex
      marriage was legalized in the state in 2003. The result suggests “that
      marriage equality may produce broad public health benefits by reducing
      the occurrence of stress-related health conditions,” says an expert
      behind the study.

      12-month study of more than 1,200 patients at a gay health care clinic
      also found that their health costs dropped by 14%. Both single and
      attached gay men benefited from the same-sex marriage law. The study
      backs up earlier research that showed that banning gay marriage had a
      negative effect the health of homosexuals. Six states have legalized gay
      nuptials so far: Iowa, New York, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and
      Vermont, in addition to Massachusetts. Washington, DC, allows for it,

       hotels in disney

  • Paster Ashraf

    Thats good .
    Only good soul do this for others . 

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