Same-Sex Marriages Begin in California (Again)
By Out.com Editors
California's Ninth Circuit dissolved an injunction against same-sex marriages in California this afternoon, the next step after the Supreme Court's decision to send Proposition 8 back to the Golden State. This means, of course, that same-sex marriages can now be held once again in California. And you can be sure that Kris Perry and Sandy Stier, the namesake plaintiffs in the SCOTUS case Hollingsworth v. Perry, were first in line.
The American Foundation for Equal Rights tweeted this picture of the lovely ladies: