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Saturday, June 25, 2011

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill. Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill. (Stephen Nessen/WNYC)

On Friday evening as New York became the sixth state to approve same-sex marriage, hundreds gathered outside of the historic Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of the Marriage Equality bill.

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Hundreds gather outside of the Stonewall Inn to celebrate the passage of a same-sex marriage bill.

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Comments [3]

Adam Lynn from Brooklyn, NY

I feel sorry for people like Joe Green who look at these photos and see evil. All I see is joy and love.

Jun. 27 2011 12:55 PM
David

"God is getting tired of looking down upon man's evil day"

You know the mind of God? Isn't that blasphemy?

Jun. 25 2011 03:52 PM
Joe Green from TN

Earth Changes are coming. They will grow as the days pass and there will be no place on earth that will go unaffected by them. They are coming because God is getting tired of looking down upon man's evil day in and day out. War without end, murder, homosexuality, thefts, lies, fraud, sodomy, adultery, cruelty to children, maltreatment of the poor, medical experiments on unsuspecting and poor, devil worship and witchcraft. These are all reasons why God allows and even directs these things to happen to men. So next time you see a disaster and ask God why, you will understand that there is a simple reason for it. Evil will not be allowed to continue for much longer.
http://www.youtube.com/user/stealthblack6?feature=mhee

Jun. 25 2011 09:36 AM

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