I'm so excited to share Freedom to Marry's victory video that chronicles the road toward marriage equality.
Yesterday, we had the pleasure, honor and privilege of listening in on an exclusive conference call with Freedom to Marry's president, Evan Wolfson, following his attendance at the Supreme Court's oral arguments regarding marriage equality this past Tuesday.
We've come a long way in the marriage equality movement and with the finish line in sight, we need to concentrate our efforts now more than ever to bring this home. If you sign up to become a member of Love Inc.'s equality-minded vendor directory, aptly titled the Love List, between now and May 30, Love Inc. will proudly donate 100 percent of the proceeds directly to the Freedom to Marry.
With the Supreme Court planning a marriage equality ruling in June, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita's company Tie the Knot is donating all proceeds to Freedom to Marry for the month of March.
Freedom to Marry debuted "Until We Could,” a video encompassing the essence of marriage equality with beautiful cinematography and a poem by 2013 Inaugural Poet Richard Blanco.
On Tuesday, Republican-appointed federal judge John G. Heybum II declared that banning same-sex couples the freedom to marry in the state of Kentucky is unconstitutional.
Freedom to Marry celebrated its tenth anniversary, and the tenth anniversary of marriage between same-sex couples in the United States, at Cheers to 10 Years. The event was hosted by Cynthia Nixon and included speakers Margaret Hoover and Evan Wolfson.