Opponents to the gay marriage in New York still fight against it, they have filed a complaint against the legality of the process.
A lot of joy and emotions during this weekend in New-York as the first marriages have took place.
Amy and Tina Weber came in front of their mayor during a city council to tell her that they are a gay family.
The New Yorker proposes an assessment on the victories of the LGBT community and on President Obama.
Sunday the first gay marriages will take place in New York so who will be the first gay and lesbian couples to get married? A lottery was organized to decide.
Patrick Leahy, Senate Judiciary Committee chairman, indicated that the Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing "in the next weeks" to repeal DOMA, Defense Of Marriage Act.
A worrying bill in New Hamphire to repeal gay marriages could be studied at the beginning of the next year. This law could not only blocked new marriages but also gay and lesbian couples who are already married in the state.
The legalization of the marriage in New York will still wait a little bit, republicans senators didn't vote yet.
Reed Gusciora, openly gay member of Parliament, wonders why New Jersey could not fight for marriage equality just like New York.