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    Phyllis Siegel, 76, left, and Connie Kopelov, 84, both of New York, embrace after becoming the first same sex couple to get married at the Manhattan City Clerks office in 2011.

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    Phyllis Siegel, 76 anni e Connie Kopelov, 84 anni, sono state insieme per 23 anni. In questa foto, il loro primo abbraccio dopo essere diventate la prima coppia omosessuale ad essersi sposata nell'ufficio di Stato Civile a Manhattan il 24 luglio del 2011, alle 9 di mattina. #gay #marriage #matrimonio #lesbiche #lesbian #LGBT

  • Katie Koontz
    Katie Koontz • 3 years ago

    I live in NC and just because the vote went that way doesn't mean all NC people feel that way. It's just as much of a blanket statement for people to hate on us as it is to hate on those who want to be married and can't. That's like blaming America for our past politicians.

  • Katie Koontz
    Katie Koontz • 3 years ago

    No insult intended just saying...i've seen a lot of hate towards NC today and voting is the American system and that's what the state did and majority wins right or wrong.

  • Ben Foster
    Ben Foster • 3 years ago

    Simmer down. No one is hating on you, I said sorry to express my sympathy. You can't beat hate with hate. But, hate breathes on anger.

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