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  1. daniel oneil says

    Congratulations to the two of you, and many, many happy years together!
    Beautiful photography of a beautiful day!
    This was a moment of grace in all our lives.
    A moment of change, a moment of god’s presence among all of us who could see it.
    Happy years to you both.
    -Daniel

  2. shanestud says

    I’m confused….since when could same sex couples get married in Lexington KY? Perhaps it was not an official wedding or marriage but a “commitment ceremony”?

  3. Caliban says

    The Advocate article says they’re a New York couple so they could legally marry there, but perhaps more of their family and friends like in Kentucky so had the ceremony there. KSU in Lexington is a historically black university with a Kappa Alpha Psi chapter so maybe that’s where they met. The legal event could have occurred in NY but ceremony in front of friends and family was arguably the “real” one despite lacking official recognition.

  4. Jack M says

    A very professional looking video. What struck me was how everyone involved in the wedding seemed as though they were made to feel as important to the event as the grooms. Really heartwarming.

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