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[HQ Photos/New] Darren Criss seen wearing the Crisscolfer ring at Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo's wedding ~C
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Mia at Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo’s wedding on June 28, 2014
Yesterday I was honored to film the wedding of Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo, who sued state officials…
Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo, two plaintiffs from Prop. 8 case, wed (again) in star-studded celebration
Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo are one of the plaintiff couples in the Prop 8 lawsuit. They're getting…
did you see the big wedding going on at the Beverly Hilton this weekend for the Jeffrey Zarillo and Paul Katami?
.sat down with and Jeff Zarrillo to discuss their marriage and more:
The Case Against 8 premiered last night on HBO! Hear Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo story here!...
Thanks to Paul Katami, Jeff Zarrillo, Kris Perry, and Sandy for standing up for love. We owe them so much! They're icons.
On the way to the Supreme Court in March 2013, Paul Katami said, "There's no turning back." Thank god they didn't.
Coming up on today's Jeff Zarillo and Paul Katami & Dennis Dermody. .
Prop 8 plaintiffs get wedding of their dreams We'll be tuning into HBO on June 23 to watch
Photo 1- Kris Perry (left) and Sandy Stier greeted the crowd at City Hall in San Francisco on Friday afternoon after taking each other as "lawfully wedded wife" in a ceremony officiated by the state attorney general. Photo 2- Newlyweds Jeff Zarrillo (left) and Paul Katami (center) posed for photos after their Los Angeles City Hall ceremony with Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, their officiant. + Plaintiffs in California same-sex marriage case wed as appeals court lifts stay URL The Associated Press Published: 28 June 2013 05:46 PM Updated: 28 June 2013 09:23 PM San Francisco — The four plaintiffs in the U.S. Supreme Court case that overturned California's same-sex marriage ban tied the knot Friday, just hours after a federal appeals court freed *** couples to obtain marriage licenses in the state for the first time in 4 1/2 years. State Attorney General Kamala Harris presided at the San Francisco City Hall wedding of Kris Perry and Sandy Stier as hundreds of supporters looked on and cheered. The couple sued ...
*** pride parades draw huge crowds after marriage rulings Dancing, cheering and toting placards, *** rights supporters took to the streets in huge numbers at annual *** pride parades across the United States on Sunday, with attendance boosted by recent Supreme Court rulings in support of same-sex marriage. *** pride celebrations were held in San Francisco, New York, Chicago, Seattle, Minneapolis and several other cities by marchers energized by the top court's rulings extending federal benefits to married homosexual couples and striking down a ban on same-sex marriages in California. In San Francisco, two couples who sued to overturn the California ban led nearly 1 million people in one of the biggest parades in years. Some people carried signs that read "Thank you, Supreme Court!" The two couples, Kris Perry and Sandy Stier and Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo, got married on Friday, hours after the ban was lifted. On Sunday, crowds cheered as they rode through the parade in a baby-blue convertible with rai ...
: Thank you Karl Friedrich Ulrichs, Magnus Hirschfeld, Radcliffe Hall, Donald Webster Cory, Donald Kameny, Harry Hay, Barbara Giddings, Evelyn Hooker, Harvey Milk, Leonard Matlovich, Gilbert Baker, Billie Jean King, Gary Studds, Barney Frank, Randy Shilts, Melissa Etheridge, Ellen DeGeneres, Tammy Baldwin, Matthew Shepard, Judy Shepard, Jim McGreevey, Gavin Newsom, Rachel Maddow, Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir, Barack Obama, Kristin Perry and Sandra Stier, Paul Katami and Jeffrey Zarrillo, Edith Windsor. Thank you 13 countries, 13 U.S. states and DC. Thank you five justices with foresight and conviction. Thank you to the millions and millions of parents and families who love, support and nurture their children to be positive *** *** and transgender role models - including mine. This is what we celebrate, and this is what today is all about.
Andre Kelley is checking out ANTONIO VILLARAIGOSA on Spot-A-Guy. I've never said this publicly but I have always had a thing for LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. He's just the right combination of brown, sexy, short and smooth! And, as he officiated yesterday's wedding of Prop 8 plaintiff's Paul Katami and Jeff Zarillo, it made him that much more irresistible to me. In light of his marriage-ending affair (with a hot local tv reporter) in my head, I've re-named him Cat Daddy! LOL!
"Mazel tov!" That's how Rachel Maddow congratulated Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo, two of the leading plaintiffs who successfully sued for the lifting of California's ban on *** marriage—and whose own wedding on Friday was broadcast live on Maddow's show.
KTLA: Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo were married by outgoing L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa at City Hall after a court halted Proposition 8, the state ban on same-sex marriage.
At Los Angeles City Hall Friday evening, with outgoing Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa officiating and a throng of media as witnesses, Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo said the words they'd fought four long years to say: “I do.”
Melissa Harris-Perry on MSNBC A day after joining Melissa for a Google+ Hangout, victorious Proposition 8 plaintiffs Paul Katami (pictured, in tears) and Jeff Zarrillo were married Friday in Los Angeles by Mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa. In today's "MHP" at 10am ET on msnbc, Melissa will break down the Supreme Court decisions this week on Prop 8, DOMA, affirmative action, voting rights, and more. We'll also look towards Texas, Ohio, and North Carolina -- and the people's fight in those states against conservative creep on issues like voting, reproductive rights, and more. Melissa will also discuss the Senate's passage of an immigration reform bill, and discuss what lies ahead for NSA leaker Edward Snowden. Oh, and as usual: there's an Open Letter you won't want to miss. "Like" and share this link on your timelines, get the conversation going, and join us at 10am ET! Here's the Syllabus:
Video on msnbc.com: The Rachel Maddow Show broadcasts live from Los Angeles the wedding of Prop 8 plaintiffs Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo, officiated by Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.
Kris Perry & Sandy Stier and Paul Katami & Jeff Zarillo, Prop 8 plaintiffs were married today in San Francisco by California Attorney General Kamala Harris and Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa respectively. That's right... Marriage Equality is a reality in California once again! ;-)
Congratulations to the newly married Jeff Zarrillo and Paul Katami! I definitely got goose bumps. Mazel Tov!
BREAKING NEWS: Paul Katami and Jeffrey Zarrillo were just officially wed at Los Angeles City Hall in California...
BEAUTIFUL WEDDING right now as Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo exchange vows in California. LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa presiding, and doing as beautiful of a job as I've ever seen. Check it out on MSNBC.
Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo (the other two plaintiffs in the case) are now being married at Los Angeles City Hall!
Turn on MSNBC right now ... my friend Paul Katami, plaintiff in the Prop 8 Supreme Court case, is getting married in a few minutes!!
From the Prop 8 smack down rally this evening in WeHo with Sean Arian, Mike Bonin, Paul Katami, Jeff Zarrillo, George Brauckman, Antonio Villaraigosa, Ron Galperin, Zach Shapiro, and Wendy Greuel. What a day it's been!
Proud to say that both Paul Katami and Gavin Newsom are Santa Clara grads. Not so proud to say Scalia spoke at my commencement. Yuck.
We are going to have marriage equality in the morning. While many will give credit to SCOTUS... I give credit to all the people who have worked for over a decade to fight for our human rights! Thank you: Dana Perlman, Alan Uphold, David Beckwith, Chad Goldman, Paul Katami, John Jude Duran, Barry Karas, Rick Jacobs, John Gile, Todd Metcalf and all the rest of you who fought hard, volunteered and donated money. You made this day a reality!
Just a reminder: TONIGHT at 7 PM at Theatre N at Nemours we are reading this one act play which shows the Prop 8 case in California in detail. Ted Olsen and David Boies were opponents in Gore v Bush 2000. 8 Years later they teamed up to fight the recently passed proposition 8 in California which outlawed *** marriage. The case turned on 4 plaintiffs who give moving stories of their lives as *** couples. We have a great group of people for this reading which is by turns funny and moving. Buy your tickets here ! Or they should be available at the door. Here is the cast list : Here's the cast list (actor names in parenthesis!) for this Thursday's performance: Judge Vaughn Walker, (Rep. Dennis Williams); Ted Olson, (Ron Ozer); David Boies, (Tim Whelan); Charles Cooper, (Mark Ladd); Maggie Gallagher, (Tina Betz); Kris Perry,( Lisa B. Goodman); Sandy Stier, (Drew Fennell); Paul Katami, (Alfred Lance): Jeff Zarrillo, (Charles Campbell-King); Elliott Perry, (Declan Bado); Spencer Perry, (David Petka); Dr. Nancy . ...
Paul Katami just rocked the house Equinox - Pasadena. Sami Dorman lead off with a strong 8:30am Spin. Carmine Sabatella is ready to Rock next Tuesday and Sami leads off again. Big Smiles.
Borrowed from Paul Katami: No use in trying to say it any better, and I'm not posting this as an invitation to debate the merits of Obama vs. Romney. It's a simple statement of fact, one candidate is on record supporting my right to full citizenship, and the other is not. In a month we'll stand up to make a decision that defines who we are and affects where our lives are going. To some it's a tou gh decision and to some like me it's clearer than anything I've ever done. There is a bright line of discrimination in this country. There are millions of people denied rights to work, to where they can live, to parenting and adoption, to marry who they love based on their orientation. They are denied liberty, association, and freedom. And if you are reading this you know someone in that category. If you ask around you probably know people affected by this lack of basic freedom and citizenry. So when a candidate for President says he will not only continue to sanction discrimination based in no rational basis to ...
Matthew Morrison stars as plaintiff Paul Katami at the federal district court trial over California's Prop. 8. Written by Academy Award-winner Dustin Lance B...
Paul Katami and Jeffrey Zarrillo may just be another *** couple living in
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