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Watch: Craigslist TV Marks Anniversary of Prop 8 with Gay Wedding


Craigslist TV, a web series from Craigslist and documentary filmmakers Brownstone Entertainment which follows the lives of Craigslist posters who 'opt in' with a button on the site, posts an episode from this season called "Getting Married" which follows Reverend Lorelei Starbuck and Michael and Luca, a West Hollywood couple. Craigslist TV posted the episode to mark the two year anniversary of the passage of Proposition 8.


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  1. WOW..these guys are so sweet and sexy. Wish LOGO would do a show about these kind of gays rather than the bitchy, self-involved materialistic monsters of The A List: New York!

    Posted by: Mikey | Nov 5, 2010 2:04:13 PM

  2. This was very moving. ♥

    Posted by: 1♥ | Nov 5, 2010 2:07:53 PM

  3. I want to have Marco's little Italian baby.

    Posted by: Andre | Nov 5, 2010 2:13:16 PM

  4. So sweet and touching and stunning view to the ocean. All the best for the married couple. And talking about families and support...

    Posted by: Matt26 | Nov 5, 2010 2:29:02 PM

  5. It made me tear up! I hope one day I find love and end up as happy as these two!

    And Mikey, when Logo originally came on the scene, they had a show called "First Comes Love" which followed gay couples getting married. It's one of the few shows I enjoyed on the network when I still had cable.

    Posted by: Rick in Cincinnati | Nov 5, 2010 2:36:33 PM

  6. Awwww - this made me tear up at work! And they're so damn cute too.

    Posted by: Steve | Nov 5, 2010 3:38:32 PM

  7. This so sweet! Really...I teared up! Very sweet...we need to see more of this and to show the younger gays there IS love out there! KUDOS!!

    Posted by: shannon | Nov 5, 2010 4:23:14 PM

  8. This is a beautiful story. It was sad in the middle, and happy at the end. The moment that touched me the most was when the Dad shed a few tears after the wedding.

    Posted by: Kelly in Atlantic City | Nov 5, 2010 6:46:11 PM

  9. Wonderful.

    Congratulations guys!

    Posted by: TampaZeke | Nov 5, 2010 8:35:30 PM

  10. boooooooring advertisement.

    Posted by: TANK | Nov 5, 2010 8:44:52 PM

  11. No different that any straight couple, just two people who want to share thier lives sickens me that voters in so many states have been allowed to use morality to trump the constitutional rights of equal protection given to every citizen. How much more of this are we going to take before we DEMAND the courts uphold our rights? GET ACTIVE PEOPLE.

    Posted by: Baron | Nov 6, 2010 8:59:10 AM

  12. You all shouldn't be so angry at people who do not want to grant equal marriage rights for gay couples. The issue should be determined democratically. If most people are against it, then they are against it. Even if they're small-minded for not wanting to normalize gay marriage, then that is their right to do so. It's silly to say the issue doesn't affect straight people. Of course it does. It makes gayness more acceptable in American culture, and while that's probably a good thing, you cannot say that that won't chagne America and thus influence future generations. So everyone has a stake in this. The issue needs to be settled democratically. The constitution protects "natural rights", and marriage is a social construction... There's nothing natural about it. The issue should be settled on the state level through fair voting.

    Posted by: Tom | Nov 29, 2010 4:51:10 PM

  13. "Marriage" is nothing more than a Legal Contract between two people. Anything beyond that is the puffery of religion. It is not 'necessary' or of any significance to the planet, except for the conceit of man. The act and definition of marriage has changed and evolved, with time. Once women were considered Property of men...marriages were arranged, forced upon women. Certain people were not allowed to marry. Much of that has changed, thankfully. No one's marriage affects the next marriage in Any Way! But Denying some the same opportunity--let's not call it a 'right' if that works for you--is Not something to be Voted on! Fair is Fair. Equal is Equal.
    Besides...once the Ignorant Masses accept that gays are Better than them, the world will be fine! You DO realize that 98% of the world's problems are caused by Straight people?!

    Posted by: Bruce Wayne | Feb 28, 2011 3:15:40 AM

  14. So lucky when hot guys find each other!

    Posted by: Rex | Oct 10, 2011 7:35:43 PM

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