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It's Official!!!!

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The Governor of New Hampshire, John Lynch, has just signed a bill making gay marriage in that great state legal!

NH is now the sixth state in America to legalize gay marriage and treat all their residents equally.

The law will take effect in January, exactly two years after the state legalized civil unions. New Hampshire joins Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maine, Vermont and Iowa in recognizing same-sex marriages.

Yay, progress!!!!

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57 comments to “It's Official!!!!”

  1. 1

    6/50 yay! lol. im exited! first?

  2. 2

    live free or die, ya'll

  3. 3

    FUCK YEAHHH!!!!!! =)

  4. 4

    I love my state! I've lived in California, Maryland, MA and NH and it's so good to be a NH-ite.

  5. 5

    congrats to y´all

  6. 6

    Yah New Hampshire!!!!! My home state, baby!

  7. 7

    WHAT ABOUT CALIFORNIA! FUCK PROP 8! WE NEED TO GET IT REPEALED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. 8

    44 more 2 go

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  11. 11

    It might be illegal again in Maine. In the near future there will be a voter on whether or not to keep gay marriage in main legal.

  12. 12

    yes!!! now for the homophobes of california

  13. 13

    Oh that's SUUUUUUUUUPER! I am going to move there and marry a unicorn!

  14. 14

    new england is the best…you people might call us stuck up liberal elitists but at least we don't hate!!!

  15. 15

    This is surely a sad day for America. The whole gay marriage issue is making a mockery of the holy institution of marriage. The Holy Roman Empire fell after it started to accept homosexuality and I am afraid that this whole gay marriage issue could lead to the fall of modern society. The bible clearly states that homosexuality is an abomination. All homosexuals will burn in hell for all eternity and all who support homosexuals are sinners who will also burn in hell!

  16. 16

    One more step in the right direction! Equality for all! Separate is NOT equal, remember?????

  17. 17

    yeahhh nh! standing by our moto:)

  18. 18

    yeahhh nh! standing by our moto!:)

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  20. 20

    Re: Big Black Dick – #13.

  21. 21

    Yay this is great…

  22. 22

    LOVE IT!!!!!!

  23. 23

    I'm glad some people are recongnizing that gay marriage won't affect any heterosexual marriage in anyway. Just all people are equal to marry whoever they want to !

  24. 24

    Well, finally Gov. Lynch has done something that's right! This is one of the few times I've been proud to say that I'm from the Granite State after 37 years of living here!! Why shouldn't gays and lesbians enjoy the same rights etc that others do? As my husband says why shouldn't they get to enjoy the thrill of the ball and chain lol.

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  26. 26

    YAY! I've always been proud to be from NH, but now I'm even more proud - happy happy day!

  27. 27

    NH sucks.

  28. 28

    Re: JohnnyD – according to the almighty, ridiculous bible, we're all sinners you fuckstain. cast the first stone, bitch.

  29. 29

    If Rhode Island does it, all of New England will support gay marriage.

  30. 30

    Equality is on the march!!!

  31. 31

    Oh YEAH!

  32. 32

    YAY YAY YAY XD!!!!!!!!!

  33. epic says – reply to this


    tell me what's wrong with civil unions, will you? bizarrely rest of the world has them for gay unions (with more or less difference to a hetero marriage), but you american gays won't be satisfied until you can walk down the isle, will you?
    btw: my hometown was the first one with a gay marriage in my country. they changed it a short time later into "civil union" (federal law, now every federal state is providing civil unions) and no one even protested or something. wonder if all the gays will "wake" up, crowding the streets dressed in their bridal gowns and murder everything that comes near them.

  34. 34

    As a person from Massachusetts I must say I am very proud. But at the same time completely shocked that the rest of our country has yet to follow our lead. At one point New England, Massachusetts especially, was a very conservative area of our nation. To see how we have evolved into a place where ALL people are accepted and treated as equals is a blessing. I come from a family that isn't the most liberal or open minded, my dad in particular, and even he supports equal rights for every person. And for those who believe gay marriage will make a mockery of the "holy union" is sadly mistaken. Straight people have already made a mockery of it on their own, look at the divorce rate and the amount of people not getting married these days. It speaks for itself…

  35. tasha says – reply to this


    I live in New England. You notice only Rhode Island to go and then all of New England will have passed gay marriage. We are the progressive states.

  36. 36

    great now pack your shit and move there douche, nobody in "EL Lay" wants you there anyway.

  37. 37

    :] !!! i am completely for it. i made sure i signed the petition and everything. New Hampshire had tremendous support. They were always people on my college campus as well as other campuses to promote the act and encourage students to sign the petition.

    and for those individuals that drag in the church and bible definition of marriage, bad idea. it is never a good idea to compromise church and state. also, the definition of marriage is for procreation? honestly there are hundreds of hetero couples married that do not have offspring or cannot produce children.

    another fact, america is evolving. we allowed people of race to marry. then we allowed interracial marriages. generations evolve. and not allowing individuals of homosexuality to marry is discriminatory.

  38. 38

    I know 6/50 isn't a lot, but it's a start! Way to go NH!

  39. epic says – reply to this


    mhm, guess i will not get an answer. and i still wonder wheter elton john knew that this fight was all about the word "marriage", as he is NOT married, but in a civil union. but i think you all have lost focus.-

  40. 40

    hooray foh Nahampshah

  41. 41

    if we allow civil unions, why not marriage?

    hypothetically, what if you were not allowed to see your wife/husband in the hospital who is on life support or any life threatening condition. how would you feel if you were rejected and told no you cannot see him/her.

    its the little things that civil unions do not allow.

    everyone is allowed their opinion. i respect that. but my opinion of you individuals that are making comments towards perez calling him a "dumbfuck" because california has yet to pass it, youre ignorant. other people that are against gay marriage actually have reasonable arguments. comments of just calling him names and telling him that nobody wants him in LA are just ignorant and unnecessary.

    grow up.

  42. 42

    Too bad the people passing these bills and laws in state of NH don't have a back bone! Worst yet, too bad you haven't moved out of this wonderful country to go somewhere you can live so darned freely. Does us all a favor and go away!

  43. 43

    Good for them!

  44. 44

    Alright, I've been reading this site for some time now and I've finally grown sick enough of the comments to say:
    To everyone that opposes Perez's views on human equality (aka. allowing PEOPLE to marry whomever they chose) , then stop reading his site. If his views of acceptance anger you so much than why even bother reading? Let alone taking the time to register and leave a message? It seems that such people have WAYYYY too much time on their hands and enjoy playing the devil's advocate/enjoy arguing.

  45. 45

    This is so great. I honestly can't stand that people don't take this issue seriously just because it's not centered around black people. I've actually had people scoff when I mention it in the same breath a civil rights (which it it, damn it).

  46. 46

    6 down 44 to go!

  47. 47


    Im glad our governer, who personally doesnt believe in gay marriage, understands that his citizens believe in EQUALITY for all.

    I am a (straight) married woman from NH and I do not feel that my marriage is threatened at ALL by making gay marriage legal. CONTRATULATIONS NH!

  48. 48

    Re: EnoughAlready – Ummm… New Hampshire is one of the first States EVER…. z list states? My god, we are first in the nation for voting, we are more important than most states. I hate dumb people who dont know anything.

  49. 49

    So happy together!

  50. 50

    Thank you Gov. Lynch and New Hampshire legislature!

  51. 51

    Thanks, New Hapshire! Welcome to the 21st century, dahlinks.

    And homophobes, thanks for being you. You are MOST amusing and a dying breed. We should put y'all in a zoo.

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  53. 53

    As a born and raised California native, I'm embarassed by our recent election on prop 8. Are we going to vote to force women to stay home and raise babies next?

  54. 54

    Re: Lauralooo – i agree.

    enough of this argument that "people are gonna want to marry animals" you people are ignorant and obnoxious. learn to accept people's differences and stop putting lame arguments out of your asses.
    calling perez or anyone "dumbfuck" claiming that they arent wanted and whatnot just goes to show that youre a bully and have insecurities.

    again, i respect people's opinion, but at least be reasonable and legitimate. the only people that i respect on this blog that isnt for gay marriage Epic. Thank you for being decent.

  55. 55

    More legalized aids.

  56. 56

    I think you tend to leave out one very important detail… great progress continues to be made in the gay marriage debate, only in New England (and Iowa). The MA supreme court and legislature made sure not to put civil rights in the hands of voters. Which makes sense. Who lets the majority vote on the rights of the minority? (California) If you let that happen everytime, as sad as it is, people would probably still own slaves. Which again upsets me, when i look at the breakdown of votes for Prop 8 across racial lines. The fact of the matter is, one of, in fact, the most repressed people ever in this country (blacks) voted overwhelming in favor of Prop 8. Very sad indeed.

  57. 57

    New York's next…find out what you can do to make it happen at marriageNY.com