It’s a beautiful day here in Pajibaland. It’s Five Freebies Day; John Oliver did an incredible segment on transgender rights; last night’s True Detective wasn’t quite as bad as last week’s; plus, I’ve used up all my patience in watching Shia LaBeouf rap. So let’s keep this joy train going with a look at some of the love that was allowed to be made legal on Friday. Because yes, a few asshole state officials are STILL trying to fight the historic decision made by the Supreme Court, but there’s so much more love going around than idiotic bigotry. Just look at all this love in the form of couples who wouldn’t have been allowed to get married last Thursday.
You may have seen this video of the first gay couple to marry in Dallas County, after 54 years together..
Jack Evans and George Harris, the couple from Dallas County, have been together for 54 years.
Earnie & Tony are now officially married. First couple to do so post SCOTUS ruling. pic.twitter.com/OVxOqBTlPw— KATV's Elicia Dover (@KATVElicia) June 26, 2015
And thus is history made. First same-sex marriage in Athens, Jordyn Dolente, right, and Moriah Martin. pic.twitter.com/tz3JjmMOhq— Jim Thompson (@Jim__Thompson) June 26, 2015
First same sex couple requesting license in Douglas Co is Kathy Pettersen and Beverly Reicks! Smiles a mile wide! pic.twitter.com/V5smcAamYt— WOWT 6 News (@WOWT6News) June 26, 2015
Two city employees among the first couples married — Ben Moore and his husband Tad; Mike Slaton and husband Jake pic.twitter.com/3hcDSfuLaf— Mayor Greg Fischer (@louisvillemayor) June 26, 2015
Laura Zinszer & Angela Boyle celebrate their marriage @ BoCo Gov center. 1st same-sex couple to marry in Boone County pic.twitter.com/XTVg0jlNux— Columbia Tribune (@columbiatribune) June 26, 2015