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  1. Photograph: Riley Carithers
    Photograph: Riley CarithersSCOTUS ruling rally and celebration in West Hollywood
  2. Photograph: Riley Carithers
    Photograph: Riley CarithersSCOTUS ruling rally and celebration in West Hollywood
  3. Photograph: Riley Carithers
    Photograph: Riley CarithersSCOTUS ruling rally and celebration in West Hollywood
  4. Photograph: Riley Carithers
    Photograph: Riley CarithersSCOTUS ruling rally and celebration in West Hollywood
  5. Photograph: Riley Carithers
    Photograph: Riley CarithersSCOTUS ruling rally and celebration in West Hollywood
  6. Photograph: Riley Carithers
    Photograph: Riley CarithersSCOTUS ruling rally and celebration in West Hollywood
  7. Photograph: Riley Carithers
    Photograph: Riley CarithersSCOTUS ruling rally and celebration in West Hollywood
  8. Photograph: Riley Carithers
    Photograph: Riley CarithersSCOTUS ruling rally and celebration in West Hollywood
  9. Photograph: Riley Carithers
    Photograph: Riley CarithersSCOTUS ruling rally and celebration in West Hollywood
  10. Photograph: Riley Carithers
    Photograph: Riley CarithersSCOTUS ruling rally and celebration in West Hollywood
  11. Photograph: Riley Carithers
    Photograph: Riley CarithersSCOTUS ruling rally and celebration in West Hollywood
  12. Photograph: Riley Carithers
    Photograph: Riley CarithersSCOTUS ruling rally and celebration in West Hollywood

Marriage equality celebration in West Hollywood (slide show)

Happy revelers gathered in West Hollywood to celebrate the Supreme Court rulings that strike down a key part of the Defense of Marriage Act and pave the way for same-sex marriage in California.

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The block of San Vincente between Santa Monica Blvd and Melrose Avenue saw gay and straight supporters alike gather to celebrate equality and the strike down of California's Proposition 8 on Wednesday afternoon. The rally began at 5:30pm with signs and flags aplenty, as teams of volunteers passed out posters and small flags with the now recognizable equals sign that has become the symbol in the fight for LGBT rights. Outnumbering the flags and signs were the smiles, hugs and cheers from the crowd as this community gathered to recognize the triumphant day.
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