Monthly Archives: December 2018

Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum – Gay Wedding Venue

Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum

The grounds of the historic Pilgrim Monument Provincetown Museum, with incredible views of Provincetown and the harbor, are available to rent from May through October for formal outdoor weddings, private functions, corporate affairs and casual fundraising events. The East and the West lawns are perfect for special occasions of all sizes; both settings are spectacular. […]

Same Sex Couples Sue Japanese Government for Marriage Equality

Ten same-sex couples will file a lawsuit against the Japanese government in a bid for recognition towards marriage equality. The couples, who will file a joint lawsuit in February, reportedly argue that Japanese law doesn’t put into consideration the equal rights of same-sex couples and should be amended accordingly. Article 24 of Japan’s Constitution states that “marriage […]

Cuba Marriage Equality Removed From New Constitution – The Washington Blade

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The Cuban government on Tuesday announced the draft of the country’s new constitution will not contain an amendment that would have extended marriage rights to same-sex couples. Hatzel Vela, a Havana-based reporter for WPLG, a South Florida television station, reported the Cuban National Assembly cited Council of State Secretary Homero Acosta Álvarez in a series of tweets […]

Brenda M. Owen – South Carolina Wedding Officiant & Minister

Brenda M. Owen – South Carolina Wedding Officiant & Minister

“The ceremony IS your Wedding!” – The most important part of your day. Let Brenda M. Owen help you make it unique, romantic, meaningful & memorable! Award Wedding Officiant serving Upstate SC & Northeast GA since 2006. Any size wedding 2 to 999. Religious Holy Union, Spiritual non-religious, Secular, Christian non-denominational, Interfaith, Intercultural. Short notice […]

Anthony Kennedy Struggled With Marriage Equality Decision

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Former Supreme Court justice Anthony Kennedy said his decision to rule in favor of marriage equality even surprised himself. So what prompted his decision? Children. In an interview with Bloomberg, Kennedy said he struggled with the issue before deciding to rule in favor of allowing same-sex couples to legally wed nationwide. In the end, Kennedy […]