We were there: Gay marriage officially arrives

At long last, gay couples get hitched in the city.

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On Sunday, marriage equality finally, officially arrived in New York—and hundreds of couples around the city were ready to tie the knot at Manhattan's City Hall. Sure, there were a few (and we mean few) wet blankets on hand, but it was impossible to dampen the moment. Mazel tov to all the couples who made history this weekend. And click here if you're inspired to start your own matrimonial journey.

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Jeannette Harris
Jeannette Harris

My wife and I were married on that day with Lt. Dan Choi as our Maid of Honor. That day was so full of love and joy for everyone, and I am proud to hace shared it with everyone.