"Love Wins" became a national hashtag connecting millions of people from all over the world who supported the big win in the U.S.
As the days pass, more and more Texas counties are bending to the law of the land.
Streets were packed with crowds cheering and talking about the Friday Supreme Court decision.
A four-year romance became the celebration not just of two people being joined together in marriage, but that of a family's triumph over injustice and discrimination.
The Supreme Court unexpectedly and tersely turned away appeals from five states seeking to prohibit gay and lesbian unions
Florida's governor, Rick Scott, has either stood by and let the degradation of the state occur or has actively contributed to it.
In his ruling, the San Antonio judge wrote that the same-sex marriage ban "violates plaintiffs' equal protection and due process rights under the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution."
A change such as this in the constitution to one of the "Bible Belt" states shows continued momentum from the progress that was made in 2013.
Jubilation swept Illinois after the state legislature passed a bill legalizing same-sex marriage on Nov. 5. Illinois becomes the 15th state to pass a marriage equality law.
Washington State voters received their mail ballots last week, their chance to vote on I-522, a statewide ballot measure that would require labeling of all genetically engineered food.