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A United States federal court wiped out bans on gay and lesbian weddings in 5 more United States’ states, bringing the number where same sex weddings are permissible, or very soon would be, to thirty five.
In great news for gay and lesbian wedding supporters, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeal handed down rulings covering Idaho and Nevada yesterday, but their findings also cover places like Arizona, Montana and Alaska.
The ruling read: “Intentional discrimination on the basis of gender by state actors violates the Equal Protection Clause,”
“Idaho and Nevada’s same-sex marriage proscriptions are sex based, and these bans do serve to preserve ‘invidious, archaic, and overbroad stereotypes’ concerning gender roles,”
“The bans therefore must fail as impermissible gender discrimination.”
The campaigners of same sex wedding welcomed the move and stated that this means sixty four percent of the Americans now live in places where same sex wedding is legally possible or soon be possible.
Freedom to Marry’s chief Evan Wolfson stated that they expect that the other federal appellate courts would move swiftly to end the disparity and unfair denial that too many loving and committed couples in the fifteen remaining states endure.
The newest ruling came a day after Supreme Court, earlier on Monday, denied to consider, a countrywide ruling on the divisive matter. In a sudden move, the top United States court ignored appeals from states like Oklahoma, Utah, Indiana, Wisconsin and Virginia where state level bans on gay weddings had been deemed unconstitutional.
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The wedding ceremony of Eltham couple Graeme Gibson and Sarah was a real firey affair. Encircled by close friends and family members, the volunteer firefighters took their wedding vows earlier on Saturday. The celebrations did not miss a beat, even at the time when a fire truck came during a photo session.
Mrs Gibson, Lieutenants at Eltham CFA, told that they met at the brigade in the year 2006, with things becoming more and more heated the following year. She added that because the CFA is such a huge part of both their lives, they always thought it would be good to include it in their wedding. The day was fun from the word go.
The celebration of the couple reached thousands and thousands after Eltham CFA uploaded wedding snaps — one of the snaps showed the bride as well as attendants acting to hose down the groom and groomsmen — on their Facebook page.
One poster told that the union would make sure the future recruiting of the brigade, when another expected that the pair would one day relish lots of happy little fairies. Mrs Gibson told that Eltham CFA was like a family for the couple, who share a passion for emergency services. Mrs Gibson’s job is at CFA’s State Control Centre. On the other hand her new husband works at the fire protection industry.
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