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Sister Wives Polygamist Nathan Collier Fights To Get Marriage License With Second Wife After Supreme Court's Marriage Equality Ruling!

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After the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same sex marriage last week, one Montana man became inspired to apply for a marriage license — so he can legally marry his second wife!

On Tuesday, Nathan Collier and his wives Victoria and Christine applied at the Yellowstone County Courthouse in hopes of legitimizing their polygamous marriage!

All 50 states outlaw holding multiple marriage licenses, but in light of recent constitutional changes, Collier declares he will plan to sue if their application is denied! He said:

"It's about marriage equality. You can't have this without polygamy."

Chief Justice John Roberts said in his dissent on Friday's ruling that people in polygamous relationships

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Remember That Same-Sex Marriage Opponent Video? This On-Point Parody Will Make Up For It!

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You've probably seen a video like this before.

In a new viral ad making the rounds, various people speak directly to the camera about how nervous they are for people to discover their secret, and then they reveal…

They think marriage is between a man and a woman.

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Yeah, that's right. Their secret is that they are against marriage equality.

Created by conservative nonprofit Catholic Vote, the video purposely mimics a "coming out" video to equate the plight of same-sex marriage opponents with that of oppressed members of the LGBTQ community.

If you haven't seen it, the offensiveness is just… (below)!

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Wedding Photographer Shuts Down Anti-Gay Client Who Cancelled Services Over Rainbow Flag Facebook Profile!

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We really hope his business booms after this!

As you've surely noticed on your Facebook feed already, following Friday's historical U.S. Supreme Court ruling of which made same sex marriages legal, everybody has been making their profile pictures rainbow.

Well, one wedding photographer named Clinton Brentwood Lee of Brentwood Photography decided to celebrate the prideful day by adding some color to his company's FB page as well!

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But it seems as though that kind act didn't sit too well with one of his clients, because after made the change he received a message that the straight couple would be canceling his services.

Too bad Clinton not only embraced their cancellation, he let them know exactly how wrong they were, saying:

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Stephen Colbert Disses The Supreme Court Justices Who Voted Against Same Sex Marriage! Watch The Hilarious Video!

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Stephen Colbert is SO happy the U.S. Supreme Court finally legalized rainbows same sex marriage!

The upcoming Late Show host posted a video on the show's YouTube channel to comment on the historic news!

But the clip wasn't all celebration, as the 51-year-old called out the Supreme Court justices who voted against marriage equality in Friday's 5-4 ruling!

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In typical late night talk show fashion, the comedian ragged on Justice Antonin Scalia, who wrote in his dissent that he "would hide [his] head in a bag" if he ever joined an opinion that began the way Justice Anthony Kennedy's majority decision did.

Colbert then jested:

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Dear Everyone 'Going To Canada' Because Of The Same Sex Marriage Ruling — It's Legal There Too! AND In All These Other Countries!

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The Supreme Court overturned the country's ban on same sex marriage Friday morning, and the country is rejoicing!

President Barack Obama spoke on the occasion, and celebrities across the entertainment industry showed their support for same sex marriage!

[ Related: Supreme Court Overturns Ban On Same Sex Marriage! ]

But not everybody was down with the cause. Perhaps some of y'all have seen things like this on Twitter:

There's just one problem with that… same sex marriage has been legal in Canada for a decade!

Yep, with the passing of the Civil Marriage Act on July 20, 2005, Canada made same sex marriage legal nationwide ten years before the U.S.!

In fact, gay marriage is legal in a lot of countries — so if you're planning to leave America because of the same sex marriage ruling, you should probably avoid all these countries, too:

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Ben And Jerry's Perfectly Celebrates The Same Sex Marriage Ruling — With A Brand New Ice Cream Flavor!

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Were you planning on celebrating the Supreme Court's historic same sex marriage ruling with ice cream?? Because ice cream is celebrating too!

Ben & Jerry's tweeted their love for the LGBT legal victory, announcing they would commemorate the event with a new flavor!

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Well, a new flavor name anyway. They tweeted:

Yay! We LOVE it! They even have the new label already (above)!

As if we needed another reason to chow down on Ben & Jerry's! LOLz!

[Image via Ben & Jerry's/Twitter.]

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President Barack Obama Speaks On Same Sex Marriage Ruling: 'We've Made Our Union A Little More Perfect'

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The United States Supreme Court ruled today in favor of same sex marriage, making it the law of the land in all fifty states.

Now, President Barack Obama has spoken on the landmark decision, sharing his thoughts on the importance of equality for LGBT couples, as well as congratulating activists and allies who have fought so long for marriage equality.

[ Related: Celebrities React To The Same Sex Marriage Ruling! ]

President Obama recognized the Court's importance in the decision, but also acknowledged the silent heroes involved in the long, important process:

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