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First Presbyterian Church of New Orleans - Gay OwnedEvent Location in New Orleans, LA, USA

First Presbyterian Church of New Orleans
5401 S Claiborne Ave , New Orleans, LA, 70125, USA

Phone: 1 504 866-7409
Contact: Fred Powell

Serving: New Orleans
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Gay Wedding Event Location in New Orleans, LA, USA. Elegance, practicality, fun: a gay pastor, an intimately classic space for 350--beautiful furnishings, historic pipe organ, elegant cypress-lined Fellowship Hall and commercial kitchen. We welcome interfaith services, and flexible use of our sacred spaces; and have a liberal alcohol policy onsite. We care about the strength of your marriage, not just the beauty of your wedding, and we provide pre-marital counseling for couples in person, or via FaceTime or Skype.
USA, LA, New Orleans - Gay Owned

Auld Sweet Olive B&B - Gay FriendlyHoneymoon Lodging in New Orleans, LA, USA

Auld Sweet Olive B&B
2460 N. Rampart St., New Orleans, LA, 70117, USA

Phone: 1 504 947-4332
Toll Free: 1 877 470-5323
Contact: Nancy

Serving: New Orleans
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Gay Wedding Honeymoon Lodging in New Orleans, LA, USA. Nestled by the French Quarter in the fabulous Faubourg Marigny, Auld Sweet Olive is a charming, historic, gay-friendly B&B. Guest bedrooms, each with private bath, are lovingly hand-painted by a local artist. Enjoy the double parlor, gardens, courtyard, and delicious complimentary breakfast. Think of us as your pied-a-terre in New Orleans ... a peaceful and romantic hideaway near all the fantastic music, dining, and fun of the Quarter and Frenchmen Street.
USA, LA, New Orleans - Gay Friendly

Wonderful Weddings in New Orleans - Gay FriendlyOfficiants in Kenner, LA, USA

Wonderful Weddings in New Orleans
PO Box 640845, Kenner, LA, 70064, USA

Phone: 1 504 461-8133
Contact: Rev. Charles R Cross

Serving: New Orleans area
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Gay Wedding Officiants in New Orleans, LA, USA. I am an ordained minister and registered in Louisiana. I offer standard and customized / specialized ceremonies, according to the wishes of the couple. I prefer to make each ceremony special and representative of the love, commitment, personal preferences and background of the couple. The occasion should demonstrate how they feel toward each other, reflect the reasons they love each other and bring emphasis to what is important in their union.
USA, LA, New Orleans - Gay Friendly

Flossy Nuptuals - Gay FriendlyOfficiants in Baton Rouge , LA, USA

Flossy Nuptuals
Baton Rouge , LA, 70806, USA

Phone: 1 225 937-4606
Contact: Flossy

Serving: Southeast Louisiana
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Gay Wedding Officiants in New Orleans, LA, USA. Welcome! My name is Rev. Flossy, an ordained officiant for all couples ready to commit to life long love. I want so much to be a part of your union. There is no reason to wait for permission to commit yourself to your partner. I provide personalized nuptials, pre-commitment support and a unique service.
USA, LA, New Orleans - Gay Friendly

As a gay couple together since 1992, we believe that marriage and all the responsibilities and benefits that come with it should be available to committed gay and lesbian couples everywhere. So we created Purple Unions, a place where gay and lesbian couples can find gay friendly wedding vendors to help them plan their perfect wedding day.

Louisiana currently has a constitutional ban on marriages between gay and lesbian couples, but the state does allow adoption by gay and lesbian couples. The state is facing a lawsuit to strike down its marriage equality ban.

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Gay Marriage Laws in Louisiana

Relationship Recognition: Constitutional Ban
Out of State Recognition: No
Adoption: Yes

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Analysis of the Fifth Circuit Hearings

Jan 11th, 2015

There are several great summaries out there about what happened yesterday at the Fifth Circuit, which heard marriage equality appeals from Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Among others, I recommend the summaries from Chris Johnson at the Washington Blade and Chris Geidner at Buzzfeed. I would like to go one step deeper. I have listened to the audio from the oral... read_more

Fifth Circuit Marriage Equality Hearing Recap

Jan 10th, 2015

The Fifth Circuit took on marriage equality cases from Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi yesterday, and things look promising: Hearing Times: Louisiana's case was heard at 9 a.m., followed by Mississippi at 10 a.m. and Texas at 11 a.m full story Photos from Outside: The Dallas Voice has some photos as people gathered for the trial outside the courthouse. read_more

USA, Louisiana: US Supreme Court to Look at State's Marriage Equality Case

Dec 18th, 2014

The US Supreme Court has decided to at least consider taking another marriage equality case. Equality on Trial reports:

The Supreme Court, in a brief update to the docket page for the Louisiana marriage case Robicheaux v. George, has noted that the case will be taken up in its next conference, on January 9. The case is the only one... read_more

State Judge Strikes Down Louisiana Marriage Equality Ban

Sep 23rd, 2014

Just a few weeks after a federal judge upheld the marriage equality ban in Louisiana, a state judge has struck it down. The Washington Blade reports:

Judge Edward Rubin of the 15th Judicial District Court made the decision on Monday in the courtroom in Lafayette, La., according to KATC. According to reports, the decision itself won't be made public until... read_more

Louisiana Marriage Equality Ban Upheld by Federal Judge

Sep 4th, 2014

For the first time since the US Supreme Court ruled on marriage quality last year, a federal judge has upheld a state ban on gay marriage. U.S. District Judge Martin Feldman upheld the Louisiana marriage equality ban. NOLA.com reports.

U.S. District Judge Martin Feldman on Wednesday became the first federal judge at the trial court level to endorse state bans... read_more

Baton Rouge Votes Down LGBT Rights Ordinance 8-4

Aug 14th, 2014

Another city has voted down an LGBT rights ordinance, to the probable delight of Tony Perkins. WAFB reports:

The EBR Metro Council has voted against the controversial fairness ordinance by a vote of 8 to 4. Councilmembers John Delgado, Donna Collins-Lewis, Chandler Loupe, and C. Denise Marcelle all voted in favor of the ordinance. The ordinance would have made it... read_more

Louisiana Marriage Equality Ruling Due Shortly

Jul 28th, 2014

A federal judge says he is ready to rule in the Louisiana marriage equality case. On Top Magazine reports:

A federal judge has signaled he's ready to rule on a challenge to Louisiana's gay marriage ban... U.S. District Judge Martin Feldman, who was nominated to the bench by Republican President Ronald Reagan, heard arguments in the case last month in... read_more

Louisiana Marriage Equality Poll Shows 55% Oppose It

Jul 10th, 2014

LGBTQ Nation reports:

Voters in Louisiana remain strongly opposed to same-sex marriage but opposition continues to decline, according to the latest polling from Public Policy Polling. The poll released Tuesday finds that 55 percent of respondents said they opposed legalizing same-sex marriage in Louisiana, while 32 percent said they would support it. Last August, the same polling firm reported... read_more

Louisiana Marriage Equality Case Takes Surprise Turn

Jun 26th, 2014

The judge in the Louisiana marriage equality case had a surprise for the plaintiffs. The Advocate reports:

The attorneys stuck to one specific issue as they made their case before a judge in New Orleans on Wednesday: whether gay and lesbian couples married legally in other states should be recognized as married in Louisiana, which has a constitutional ban on... read_more

Louisiana Marriage Equality Lawsuit Gets Day in Court Today

Jun 25th, 2014

Today is the day for the Louisiana marriage equality lawsuit in court. On Top Magazine reports:

A federal judge on Wednesday will hear arguments in a case challenging Louisiana's ban on gay marriage. LGBT rights group Forum for Equality Louisiana filed a case in February on behalf of four gay couples who say the state's refusal to recognize their out-of-state... read_more

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