Where Can I Get Gay Married? States Where Gay Marriage Is Legal

Prop 8 is dismissed and gay marriage is now legal in California! Again!

So for all you cool cats looking to get hitched who don't live in Cali, here are the twelve other states where you can tie the knot.

1. Massachusetts

2. Connecticut

3. Iowa

4. Vermont

5. New Hampshire

6. New York

7. Maine

8. Washington

9. Delaware

10. Maryland

11. Rhode Island

12. Minnesota

 


via: Wikipedia


(If you read the fine print above, it says that "Same-sex marriage laws in California are complicated." But not anymore!)

Five Indian tribes have also legalized gay marriage: The Coquille Indian Tribe, the Suquamish tribe, the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians, the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians, and the Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel.

Gay marriage is also legal in the District of Columbia. But I'm not really sure what to consider D.C. Is it just a city or district or a territory too. Or a holding? And why don't their votes count again? Whatever, that's another story altogether. 

So go on and put a ring on it. 


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