Thursday, May 7, 2009

Then there were six...

News made it down here to sunny Costa Rica that there are now 6 (six) states that allow LGBTQ marriage!

Maine's Governor signed the bill, and NH is close.


The entire New England area is a welcoming place for LGBTQ couples if they so choose to wed. I can see a lot of fall weddings amid the changing leaves from the northern most tip of Maine to CT...and maybe as far south as NYC!

So now we need to see some communities of faith wrestle theologically with their definition of marriage, in which almost one-fifth of the country allows LGBTQ marriage.

Celebrating from Costa Rica...




manxxman said...

It's amazing that the "gayest" state of them all Rhode Island, home of the eastern gay capital Proviencetown
hasn't moved to make that a unanimous eastern block.....but it is great news.

Hope you're having a good time in Costa Rica.

Jami said...

We are holding out that New Jersey will convert from civil unions to marriage rights. Our family deserves it!