William Lee Jones
Two Key West men whose lawsuit helped pave the way for marriage equality in Florida said “I Do” during the Florida Keys’ first legal same-sex wedding early Tuesday.
Two Key West men, whose lawsuit helped pave the way for same-sex marriage equality in Florida, are to wed just after midnight Monday in the Florida Keys’ first same-sex marriage.
The New Year began with a momentous occasion for many same-sex couples in Florida after a federal judge cleared the way for marriage.
The first same-sex marriage license in the Florida Keys will be issued soon after two Key West men, acclaimed as pioneers in Florida’s fight for same-sex marriage equality completed their paperwork Friday.
At the forefront of Fantasy Fest’s Parade on Saturday were two fighters for same-sex marriage equality in the Florida Keys.
The Key West same-sex couple who filed a lawsuit in Monroe County to be allowed to marry is asking the Third District Court of Appeal to fast track their case to Florida’s Supreme Court.
Aaron Huntsman and William Lee Jones planned on marrying Tuesday in Key West after a judge ruled in their favor—overturning Florida’s voter-approved constitutional amendment banning same sex marriage—but that won’t happen just yet as the motion was denied Monday.
Nearly 100 people gathered in a Key West nightclub Thursday night to celebrate as a Florida Keys judge legalized same-sex marriage in Monroe County. The county encompasses the entire island chain.