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Guesthouse Lost River - Gay OwnedEvent Location in Lost River, WV, USA

Guesthouse Lost River
288 Settlers Valley Way, Lost River, WV, 26810, USA

Phone: 1 304 897-5707
Contact: Gary Robinson

Serving: Washington DC, Baltimore
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Gay Wedding Event Location in Lost River, WV, USA. The Guesthouse Lost River has been a GLBT wedding and destination location for over 30 years! We offer a beautiful setting with a spectacular back drop for your special day! You can utilize our facilities and property to reflect your Wedding vision, featuring our numerous patios, decks and outdoor area's which highlight the natural beauty of our private 30 acres and property which are coupled with the unique character of the Guesthouse Lost River.
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Gay Marriage Laws in West Virginia

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

If we know about any local marriage equality events, we'll list them here.

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Gay Marriage News in West Virginia

USA, West Virginia: City Passes Marriage Equality Resolution

Feb 5th, 2014

The city of Morgantown has unanimously passed a resolution favoring marriage equality. The DA Online reports:

The Morgantown City Council unanimously approved a resolution in support of the Employment and Housing Non-Discrimination Act in the West Virginia Legislature and a resolution in support of marriage equality in the West Virginia Legislature. The two resolutions were of large public interest; dozens... read_more

USA, West Virginia: Marriage Equality Case Can Proceed

Jan 31st, 2014

A Federal Court in West Virginia has given the go-ahed for a marriage equality lawsuit there. Lambda Legal reports:

Today a U.S. District Court ruled that Lambda Legal will be allowed to proceed with its case on behalf of three same-sex couples seeking the freedom to marry in West Virginia. "We are pleased that our West Virginia families will have... read_more

USA, West Virginia: Attorney General Wants Marriage Equality Lawsuit Thrown Out

Dec 20th, 2013

Claiming that the state law banning marriage equality causes no immediate harm, West Virginia's Attorney General wants a judge to throw out a lawsuit. Towleroad reports:

West Virginia Attorney General has motioned for a judge to throw out a lawsuit challenging the state's ban on gay marriage, the WV Gazette reports: In its motion, the state claims two reasons why... read_more

USA, West Virginia: Attorney General Wants to Intervene in Marriage Equality Case

Nov 23rd, 2013

West Virginia's Attorney General wants to intervene in the federal lawsuit for marriage equality in West Virginia. Edge Boston reports:

The lawsuit did not name any state officials as defendants. A judge had previously given Kanawha County Clerk Vera McCormick an extension on filing a response to the lawsuit so that Republican Attorney General Patrick Morrisey's office could determine whether... read_more

USA, West Virginia: Meet One of the Couples Fighting the State's Ban on Marriage Equality

Nov 12th, 2013

Fairness West Virginia has just released a new video profiling one of the same-sex couples in the marriage equality lawsuit in the state. Towleroad reports:

One of those couples, Justin Murdock and his partner William Glavaris, are profiled in a beautiful new video from Fairness West Virginia. Justin and Will are based in Huntington and Justin is a board member of... read_more

USA, West Virginia: County Clerk Asks for Delay in Marriage Equality Lawsuit

Oct 23rd, 2013

A County Clerk in West Virginia who is being sued over marriage equality says she needs more time to prepare. Edge Boston reports:

Kanawha County Clerk Vera McCormick filed a motion in U.S. District Court in Charleston, asking the deadline for her response be extended past Wednesday. The New York-based gay rights group Lambda Legal sued earlier this month, declaring... read_more

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At Purple Unions, we take marriage equality seriously. As a gay couple who have been together since 1992, we know that gay and lesbian couples can and do form long-term, stable, supportive relationships, and we believe the institution of marriage and all the responsabilities and benefits that come with it should be opened up to committed gay and lesbian couples everywhere. To this end, we created Purple Unions as a place where gay and lesbian couples can find gay friendly wedding vendors to help them plan their perfect wedding day.

West Virginia currently does not allow or recognize marriages between gay and lesbian couples, but the state does allow adoption by gay and lesbian couples.

We hope that you find these resources useful, and that you'll join us in the fight for marriage equality!

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