Same sex marriages resume in California after Supreme Court decision

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They’ve has just days to plan their weddings, but you won’t find any bridezillas in California.

Law no longer stands between same-sex couples and the altar in the Golden State now that the 9th District Court of Appeals ruled same-sex marriages may resume. And this weekend, those ceremonies continued.

This, of course, follows this week’s big decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down Proposition 8.

It was a win for more than just couples.

One teen whose mothers are now married said, “We were officially a family before, but now the government recognizes it.”

It appears our culture is recognizing it, too.

The cover of next week’s issue of The New Yorker shows Sesame Street characters Bert and Ernie cuddled up on the couch watching the Supreme Court Justices.

It’s long been speculated that these two muppets were more than just roomies. Maybe this was their way of coming out?

The cover comes with controversy, with bloggers buzzing over what it all means.

For many, it means equality is winning.

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