Jun 28, 2014 3:08 AM GMT
Same-sex couples, 10 years after marriage, clockwise from top left: Michael Shannon, left, and Brad Reichard; Mary Beth Caschetta, left, with Meryl Cohn; Diane Curtis, left, with Ellen Leuchs, Jamie and Romy; Shelley Curnow, left, with Deborah Reichman, Felix and Elinore; Julie Goodridge, left, with Annie and Hillary Goodridge. Credit Kirsten Luce (Reichard and Shannon); Matthew Cavanaugh (Caschetta and Cohn, Curtis and Leuchs); Yana Paskova (Reichman and Curnow); Gretchen Ertl (Goodridges).
NYT: So, what happens to a marriage over the course of 10 years? Make that a gay marriage.
On May 23, 2004, The New York Times printed 41 wedding announcements that included 5 same-sex couples, the first legal gay marriages to appear in these pages. (It began publishing same-sex “celebrations” two years earlier.)