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Featured Gay Friendly Wedding Vendor: A Promise Made in Paradise, Kihei, Maui, Hawaii

Wednesday, August 12th, 2015

A Promise Made in Paradise

Periodically we’ll feature one of our vendors here to let our readers know about some great people who can help you plan the perfect wedding.

We take great pride in providing exceptional Maui weddings. We offer many services to make your wedding special. We have a wealth of exotic Maui wedding locations and wedding packages for you to indulge your every desire, allowing you to have the perfect, unique Maui wedding – one that is not confined to a specific location or package but instead is up to you.

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Gay Friendly Wedding Vendors in Maui, Hawaii

Featured Gay Wedding Vendor: Leo Teatro Events, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Monday, March 23rd, 2015

Leo Teatero Events

Periodically we’ll feature one of our vendors here to let our readers know about some great people who can help you plan the perfect wedding.

Leo Teatro is a gay wedding planner based in Montreal. During his twenty five-year career, Leo has built a diverse portfolio, with over 1,000 events, and is one of the most recognized event and wedding planners in Montreal.

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Gay Friendly Wedding Vendors in Quebec

NC: Both Sides Organizing for Marriage Equality Ban Fight

Friday, November 25th, 2011

North Carolina Gay Marriage BanBehind-the-scenes efforts are slowly gearing up for a referendum next May in which North Carolina voters will decide whether to engrave a ban on gay marriage into the state constitution. Pro- and anti-amendment forces are assembling campaigns that will raise money and build support for their causes.

In an era of growing acceptance of same-sex relationships in the U.S., well-funded national groups that view North Carolina as a flashpoint on the gay marriage issue are preparing to get out their checkbooks. At least one is already spending in a bid to sway the outcome May 8 in the only Southeastern state that doesn’t limit marriage to a man and a woman in its constitution. The winning side may need millions of dollars.

“Money is what gives us the resources to win,” said Jeremy Kennedy, of the newly formed Coalition to Protect North Carolina Families, the referendum campaign committee opposed to the constitutional change. The salaries of two coalition employees already are being paid by the Washington-based Human Rights Campaign.

Full Story from WRAL

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