Kauai gay weddings
are officially legal! Governor of Hawaii Neil Abercrombie signed the bill which passed both the House and the Senate, today on Wednesday November 13th, 2013. This will make Hawaii the 15th state in the the United States to legalize gay marriage, and may well open the door for a flood of Hawaii gay weddings (and Kauai gay weddings) to begin on December 2nd, 2013, once the law takes effect.
Kauai gay weddings – it’s about time
It’s been a long time coming. The debate has shown that no matter what your religious belief is, there are certain individual and minorities rights that we as a society must respect, if we truly want o call ourselves free. The bill is the culmination of more than two decades of debate in the State of Hawaii, which all got started in 1990 when two women famously applied for a marriage license, sparking a court battle and eventual national discussion on gay marriage.
The case led to Congress passing the Defense of Marriage Act in 1996, part of which was struck down earlier this year by the US Supreme Court.
Come celebrate and book your Kauai gay wedding
So, if you are in a same sex relationship and have been waiting for the opportunity to get married – not get a civil union, but actually get married – you now have a wonderful opportunity to take a trip to Hawaii and have a destination wedding and honeymoon all in one! Here at Aloha Ever After we would love to help you plan your Kauai gay wedding. Please see our gay wedding page for photos and ideas, as well as our photography gallery page to get an idea of what it would be like to get married on a beautiful tropical beach.
Call us at 877-711-3003 for a free, no-obligations consultation, or email email@example.com.