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 California Marriage: Yesterday, Today, and Beyond

 California Marriage: Yesterday, Today, and Beyond


On June 17, history is made in California as hundreds of gay and lesbian couples throughout the state line up to wed. The Advocate was at the heart of the celebrations: covering the weddings, talking to politicians, and analyzing the road ahead. Keeping in mind that marriage is more than a photo-op, we continue our marriage equality coverage with exclusive interviews, insights from the community, and scenes from the front lines of the fight to beat a proposed constitutional amendment banning gay marriage in the Golden State.

For the most recent updates on California marriage equality, go to Vowser: Everything Marriage. A comprehensive blog filled with personal stories, photographs, and up-to-the minute reports from the front lines of the fight for marriage equality from California and across the country.

Written by the editors of, Vowser provides readers with the insight and analysis readers can only get from the gay and lesbian website of record.

On May 15 the California supreme court issued a groundbreaking decision regarding same-sex marriage in the state, saying that it's unconstitutional to deprive anyone -- gay or straight -- of the right to marry the person of their choice. The Advocate celebrates the victory and reflects on its implications.

The Marriage Issue

Issue 1010, July 1, 2008

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