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Deeply Conservative Oklahoma Adjusts to Sudden Arrival of Same-Sex Marriage

posted on January 26, 2015

At The Washington Post, Monica Hesse profiles Tracy Curtis and her partner Kathryn Frazier, whose marriage followed a Supreme Court decision last October making same-sex unions legal in Oklahoma, where 62 percent of the population is said to disapprove of same-sex marriage. After quickly receiving a marriage license, Hesse writes that the couple decided to have a wedding ceremony—a choice they knew would make their quiet relationship quite public to those they invited. “But they would, they decided,” Hesse writes. “They would invite everybody to this wedding and let them decide for themselves whether to come.”

Read at The Washington Post