Gay Wedding Photography / Videography in Boston, MA, USA. Kim Heidke is a formally trained photographer with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Massachusetts College of Art. Since 1988, she has been bringing her ebulient personality to her craft. Kim’s work speaks for itself, with high-quality photography that captures the passion and romance of your wedding, while keeping in mind that your special day also is just fun. Photo packages are competitively priced; Kim can tailor a package to your needs.
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Gay Wedding Flowers in Boston, MA, USA. Fleur-tatious Floral Design is a home-based floral design business located in East Bridgewater, Massachusetts and is owned and operated by Christian Young. We primarily serve the greater Boston area and Southeastern Massachusetts. Christian’s primary mission is to provide customized service with a focus on building long-term, personal relationships with his clients as well as the recipients of the floral pieces he creates for them.
Gay Wedding Photography / Videography in Boston, MA, USA. Congratulations, you’re getting married! I am a fully digital photographer. I would describe my style as a combination of photojournalistic and classic. I have a love of black and white photography and often view a scene with that in mind. As important as it is to make sure that your photographer takes good quality images, I feel it is equally important that you enjoy the experience of working with your photographer.
LGBTQ Nation reports on IDAHOT (aka IDAHO) Day:
LGBT rights advocates and allies will observe the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (or IDAHOT) in more than 100 countries around the world on Saturday. First recognized in 2004, IDAHO commemorates the May 17, 1990 decision by the World Health Organization that decategorized homosexuality as a mental disorder, and aims to coordinate international events that raise awareness of LGBT rights violations and stimulate interest in LGBT rights advocacy. Now, ten years later, same-sex relationships are still considered illegal in 82 countries around the world, and punishable by jail, fines and in some countries, lifetime imprisonment. In ten countries, a conviction is punishable by death.
Today also happens to be the tenth anniversary of marriage equality in the state of Massachusetts.
On May 17, 2004, the state of Massachusetts offered the first official marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Ten years later, to commemorate the momentous occasion, we asked five Boston-area married couples to talk about what they’ve learned about themselves and their relationships over the past decade. When we opened the inquiry for the project, the response was tremendous. While we weren’t able to respond to each and every submission we received (we wish we could have!), we spoke with a handful of same-sex couples, who not only appear to have the utmost respect for each other, but also exude tremendous amounts of unabashed and unapologetic love.
Two great reasons to celebrate – remember, we shall overcome.
Gay Wedding Planners in Boston, MA, USA. Calling all lovebirds! An intimate wedding or a larger affair, Magenta can help you plan your perfect day and ease the stresses and time pressures associated with planning your celebration so you can relax and enjoy it. I provide a professional and affordable service, offer honest advice and appropriate direction throughout the planning process – and am fabulous to work with.
Gay Wedding Event Location in Lenox, MA, USA. Victorian charm with modern amenities. We cater to your event &/or honeymoon needs.
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Gay Wedding Officiants in Lenox, MA, USA. Custom weddings performed to celebrate your special love.
The man at least partially responsible for stirring up homophobia in Russia and Uganda and encouraging both to pass harsh anti gay laws marched in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Boston yesterday, while gays were turned away.
On Top Magazine reports:
Scott Lively, an ardent opponent of gay rights and a Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate, marched in South Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day parade on Sunday. The parade’s policy banning gay organizations from participating has been widely criticized. Many politicians, including Mayor Marty J. Walsh and Congressman Stephen Lynch, skipped the parade over the policy.
Could the organizers of the Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade be any more insultingly homophobic and anti-gay than this?
Gay Wedding Event Location in Hull, MA, USA. Breathtaking oceanfront Resort. A truly memorable event with an authentic local flavor! That is the inspiration behind the Nantasket Beach Resort. Experience our exemplary service, magnificent cuisine and superb white-glove treatment. After your celebration, retreat to your complimentary suite.
Coakley is leading a coalition of states in filing a brief with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals arguing the laws violate the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and should be struck down. Coakley said the experience in Massachusetts, the first state to legalize gay marriage, shows that allowing same-sex couples to marry only strengthens the institution of marriage. Coakley led the filing of the amicus brief on behalf of Massachusetts and 13 other states, including California, Connecticut, Delaware, Iowa, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Vermont, Washington and the District of Columbia.
Both cases are reaching the appeals stage at the same time.