Was that as good for you as it was for me? Well, technically not me, by me I mean my friends, allies, and kin who want to get married.
It's been over four months since I did one of these, so let's make like Britney's first marriage and just get into this without thinking and then annul it 55 hours later.
On Friday, Arkansas became the first former state of the Confederacy to enable marriage equality.
U.S. Presidential elections are an imposing thing because, while they happen every four years, candidates start making noise about them over 30 months before the election.
As I forgot to mention on Friday, a US district judge ruled that Michigan's Marriage Amendment is unconstitutional and that Michigan does not have the right to ban same-sex marriage.
Last night, a federal judge declared Virginia's same-sex marriage ban to be unconstitutional, but stayed the decision.
Kentucky must recognize same-sex marriages performed outside of Kentucky, rules U.S. district judge.
U.S. District Judge rules Oklahoma's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional, but doesn't make same-sex marriage legal yet.
Utah, in a bid to be as cool as New Mexico, turned on marriage equality today. Although we'll see if the legal decision is changed in the near-ish future...
New Mexico's Supreme Court decides to be cool and agrees that same-sex marriage should be a thing in New Mexico now.