On Oct. 15, Buncombe County Register of Deeds Drew Reisinger became the first in the South to accept same-sex marriage licenses, setting off a torrent of media attention and online commentary.
After the highest court in the land ruled the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional, the country erupted in either support or protest. Asheville was no exception. Here’s a roundup of local reactions to the Supreme Court decision. (Photo by Caitlin Byrd)
Irony, thy name is voter.
A different perspective on the threat same-sex marriage poses to traditional unions.
In light of the misrepresentations and downright untruths that are being spread about the events of Nov. 15 in downtown Bakersville, I thought I would share some “truths” about the event. The truth: The N.C. legislature recently voted to allow the voters of the state to amend the state constitution to include a legal definition […]
Equality North Carolina will hold an April 14 town hall meeting to rally support against a pair of “Defense of Marriage” acts recently introduced in the state legislature.
That, to me, is the essence of marriage — you get to learn just how to annoy that special person
On her blog, Husband Wanted, Mari Ainsworth puts out a cyber-call for a mate.
Once upon a time, we stood before the Rev. Henry L. Johnson in the basement of a county courthouse. It wasn’t what most folks would call a romantic dream wedding, but it did have its charms. We were in the basement because the office used by the clergy who volunteered to marry people at the […]