An unconventional couple that has been married for 46 years proves that love knows no bounds.
"All Love is Equal," the latest creative project of photographer Braden Summers, sets gay and lesbian couples in deeply romantic narratives, changing the (heterosexual) face of courtship while also capturing the changing cultural landscape of a community finally allowed to love.
A transgender couple from Tulsa, OK, finds resolve and strength through each other. Katie, now a transgender girl, was born a boy named Luke. Arin, a transgender boy, was born a girl called Emerald.
Enter: A gay couple tied to chairs quarrel over their taste in fine art as they are being robbed. They mercilessly (and hilariously) pawn off each other’s prized belongings. The two theives raiding their home maintain an equal level of contention typical to romantic relationships. These parallel disputes matched with the back and forth firing of cynicism and affection presented in this first act is kept up throughout the entire production, keeping the audience stimulated in the endearing opening night of “Love and Other Disasters, I’m Not Ok, Cupid :(”
Over the weekend, the first ever marriage proposal by a gay man occurred in the halls of the White House.
Statement made by Ambassador Susan E. Rice, U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations, on International Human Rights Day.