One is a veteran of World War II, the other of Vietnam. They met each other 25 years ago and were married in 2013 at the retirement home where they live.
Two Army captains who met in the “don’t ask, don’t tell” era of the military, became the first active-duty, same-sex couple to get married at West Point when they exchanged vows last weekend. Capt. Daniel Hall, 30, and Capt. Vinny Franchino, 26, both Apache helicopter pilots, were married at the New York military academy’s picturesque chapel, the New York Times reported on Friday. The couple met in 2009 when Hall was a senior and Franchino was a freshman.
After an Oregon bakery made the public choice to refuse service to a same-sex couple, a judge’s decision has ruled against the Christian…
Two Irish men will marry each other in order to avoid paying an inheritance tax bill. Michael O’Sullivan and his best friend and neighbor, Matt, will tie the knot in January. Matt, who is 85, has been friends with O’Sullivan for 30 years.
Following the wedding and the subsequent media attention, Jahed Choudhury has been discussing the extent of abuse and threats he and his partner have faced.
A cider mill owner in Michigan has decided to stop holding wedding ceremonies at his venue altogether to avoid having sex-same weddings that he says conflict with his religious beliefs.