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Everyone Wins in NYC Gay Marriage Lottery!

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City officials held a lottery on Thursday for 764 marriage, but when 823 people registered the city decided to allow all of the couples make their marriage official on the first day the law takes effect in New York on Sunday!

This will break the city’s previous record of 621 marriages registered on Valentine’s Day in 2003. Congrats to all the happy couples in New York!!

Love,
HG&Co.

(Source: MSNBC)

  • International Love! Gay and Lesbian Couple Shoot Wedding Photos on Beijing StreetThese two couples braved the Chinese public opinion on Valentine’s Day 2009 in order to shoot their wedding photos and to promote awareness and acceptance within the traditionally conservative society. They  received mixed reactions, with some questioning why there was a bride and a bridesmaid but no groom. Most supporters of the event commented the the couple were very brave and were encouraged by their open display.The photos they took are just gorgeous though! We hope they are still quite happy together and have been able to live peacefully two years on. Much Love,<3 HG&Co.
  • International Love! Gay and Lesbian Couple Shoot Wedding Photos on Beijing StreetThese two couples braved the Chinese public opinion on Valentine’s Day 2009 in order to shoot their wedding photos and to promote awareness and acceptance within the traditionally conservative society. They  received mixed reactions, with some questioning why there was a bride and a bridesmaid but no groom. Most supporters of the event commented the the couple were very brave and were encouraged by their open display.The photos they took are just gorgeous though! We hope they are still quite happy together and have been able to live peacefully two years on. Much Love,<3 HG&Co.
  • International Love! Gay and Lesbian Couple Shoot Wedding Photos on Beijing StreetThese two couples braved the Chinese public opinion on Valentine’s Day 2009 in order to shoot their wedding photos and to promote awareness and acceptance within the traditionally conservative society. They  received mixed reactions, with some questioning why there was a bride and a bridesmaid but no groom. Most supporters of the event commented the the couple were very brave and were encouraged by their open display.The photos they took are just gorgeous though! We hope they are still quite happy together and have been able to live peacefully two years on. Much Love,<3 HG&Co.
  • International Love! Gay and Lesbian Couple Shoot Wedding Photos on Beijing StreetThese two couples braved the Chinese public opinion on Valentine’s Day 2009 in order to shoot their wedding photos and to promote awareness and acceptance within the traditionally conservative society. They  received mixed reactions, with some questioning why there was a bride and a bridesmaid but no groom. Most supporters of the event commented the the couple were very brave and were encouraged by their open display.The photos they took are just gorgeous though! We hope they are still quite happy together and have been able to live peacefully two years on. Much Love,<3 HG&Co.
  • International Love! Gay and Lesbian Couple Shoot Wedding Photos on Beijing StreetThese two couples braved the Chinese public opinion on Valentine’s Day 2009 in order to shoot their wedding photos and to promote awareness and acceptance within the traditionally conservative society. They  received mixed reactions, with some questioning why there was a bride and a bridesmaid but no groom. Most supporters of the event commented the the couple were very brave and were encouraged by their open display.The photos they took are just gorgeous though! We hope they are still quite happy together and have been able to live peacefully two years on. Much Love,<3 HG&Co.
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International Love! Gay and Lesbian Couple Shoot Wedding Photos on Beijing Street

These two couples braved the Chinese public opinion on Valentine’s Day 2009 in order to shoot their wedding photos and to promote awareness and acceptance within the traditionally conservative society. They  received mixed reactions, with some questioning why there was a bride and a bridesmaid but no groom. Most supporters of the event commented the the couple were very brave and were encouraged by their open display.

The photos they took are just gorgeous though! We hope they are still quite happy together and have been able to live peacefully two years on.

Much Love,

<3 HG&Co.

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