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All Sorts Of People Are Kissing Each Other In Honor Of Kim Davis — Find Out Why #KissesForKim Is Sweeping The Internet HERE!

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Love always wins!!

While Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis is busy working to prevent same-sex couples from receiving rights granted to them by the United States Supreme Court, one group of people has decided to shower her with nothing but love in response!

Related: Kim's Four Marriages Were Much More Scandalous Than We Thought!

The Other Stuff, a group of comedians, has put together an online campaign called #KissesForKim, where people from all walks of life — gay, straight, bisexual, whatever — kiss each other (consensually, of course!) and then post their moments of love online for the world to see!

Talk about killing bigotry with kindness!

Matt Ott, who created the campaign along with two other straight men, told reporters of the decision to "kiss" for Kim:

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Kelly Rutherford & Her Ex-Husband Battle It Out Over Custody Of Their Kids With Accusations Of 'Child Abduction' And 'A Different Agenda'!

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And the saga continues…

As we reported, Kelly Rutherford is refusing to send her children back to ex-husband Daniel Giersch in Monaco.

The Gossip Girl actress is simply ignoring the court order from his country that mandates them to return.

Well now the German businessman is fighting back.

In a statement released by him and his lawyer, Fahi Takesh Hallin, they have already prepared:

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Bill Cosby Will Face A Deposition For Playboy Underage Sexual Assault Case

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Bill Cosby's legal issues are only getting worse!

As we reported earlier this year, a judge ruled that the comedian CANNOT dismiss a sexual assault lawsuit filed by Judy Huth, who claims that the actor committed the crime against her when she was just 15-years-old.

Fast forward to now, the case is moving forward.

[ Related: Bill Cosby Loses One Of His Last Few Supporters! ]

On Wednesday, the Cosby star's request to review the civil suit was denied by the California Supreme Court.

This means that the alleged victim and her lawyer Gloria Allred can now proceed with litigation.

In case you didn't know, Huth claims the thespian molested her in a bedroom of the Playboy Mansion in 1974. She asserts that the performer forced the then teenager to perform a "sex act on [him] without her consent."

The ordeal has caused her "severe and extreme emotional distress."

Allred not only calls this a "major victory", she hopes to have the deposition within the next month.

Cosby maintains his innocence.

We just hope justice will be brought down on those responsible.

[Image via WENN.]

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Thanks To SCOTUS Overturning Same Sex Marriage Ban, All These Celebrities Can FINALLY Get Married!

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It's only a matter of time until we hear a whole harmony of wedding bells!

On Thursday, the United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of marriage equality regardless of sexual orientation, making same-sex marriage legal nationwide!

Olympian Tom Daley and writer Dustin Lance Black aren't the only couple celebrating! This is wonderful news for gay and lesbian couples everywhere — and celebrities are no exception!

Whether these out celebs are single, dating, or already engaged — now they will FINALLY be able to tie the knot legally!

CLICK HERE to view the gallery "Celebrities Who Can Finally Legally Marry!"

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CLICK HERE to view the gallery "Celebrities Who Can Finally Legally Marry!"

CLICK HERE to view the gallery "Celebrities Who Can Finally Legally Marry!"

CLICK HERE to view the gallery "Celebrities Who Can Finally Legally Marry!"

[Image via Tom Daley/Instagram.]

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The Vote To Legalize Same Sex Marriage Was CLOSE! See Why FOUR Supreme Court Justices Disagreed HERE!

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AH-mazing news — same-sex marriage is now a reality for all Americans! Yay!!!

President Barack Obama was supportive in his speech, of course — but the Supreme Court's vote was CLOSE, with same-sex marriage narrowly winning after a 5-4 ruling.

Now, we are learning more about the dissenting opinion against same-sex marriage, led by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts.

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

In his 29-page dissent, Roberts allowed for activists to celebrate the decision, but cautioned that in his opinion, it wasn't a decision that had anything to do with the Constitution:

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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!

[ Related: Celebrities React To The Overturning Of The Same Sex Marriage Ban! ]

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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