Gay wedding magazine launched in Georgia

To accompany the continually-changing laws on same-sex marriage across the country, two Georgia women have started an online wedding magazine for same-sex couples.
The first wedding magazine based entirely for same-sex couples will address all the wants--and needs--of that special day. (courtesy of queerty.com)

Even in states where same-sex marriage is not allowed, two Georgia women will provide an online wedding magazine for same-sex couples.

Kristen Palladino and her partner Maria recently launches an online wedding magazine called Equally Wed. Although their state of Georgia does not allow same-sex marriages, they did not let that stop them.

Along with stories of fairytale weddings, queerty.com reports, Equally Wed provides information about caterers, wedding halls, photographers, cake wizards, and tuxedo and gown designers. In its first issue, the magazine outlines the legal standings of same-sex marriage across the country.

Equally Wed is the first magazine devoted entirely to the weddings of same-sex couples. While other magazines have sections or inclusions for the needs of such individuals, Equally Wed indulges in all their possible wants.

To read more on this story, visit Queerty.com.

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