Paul and Jennette Reddicker discuss their priest's response to their lesbian daughter, and their hope that she will be able to marry in their home.
This video is a powerful reminder of the importance of family and the reassurance that marriage provides for children.
Yvonne and Fred, from Duluth, Minnesota talk about why they support the freedom to marry for same-sex couples.
Darrick and Kate tell how they've learned that letting gay people get married fits in with the values that they want to teach their own children.
Harlan Gardner of Machias, joined by four generations of his family, talks about what marriage means to him and why it matters to the gay and lesbian people in his life.
After 51 years of marriage, the Sandovals understand the importance of family - and they believe in the Golden Rule, treating others as you wish to be treated. That's why they support the freedom of every New Mexican to marry the person they love.
Firefighters in Maine show that brotherhood means standing up for one another.
Conservative, Catholic-- and teaching their children strong values.
Republican State Senator Cheryl Pflug shares her thoughts on the freedom to marry for all.
Val and Steve describe how the values they taught their daughters led them to support marriage for same sex couples.
Three military veterans who, together with their friend, U.S. Air Force Master Sergeant T. Ashley Metcalf represent 45 years of military service. Sgt. Metcalf is gay, and his band of brothers support him and the freedom to marry.
William and Marge Bradshaw have 5 children and 18 grandkids. Above all, they know marriage is about love and commitment—and all loving couples deserve the rights that only marriage can provide.
Dorothy Montoya, 80, of Espanolawas, married for 56 years. She and her late husband raised 6 children, including her openly gay son, Roger, now engaged to his longtime partner Salvador. Dorothy believes all of her children - including Roger - deserve the fundamental freedom to marry.
This new video focuses on Ed Cuyler, a retired Army colonel who served in the Army for 12 years, with 22 years in the Army reserves. He has received a Purple Heart and speaks here about why he wants his daughter to be able to marry the woman she loves.
This woman wants all seven of her grandchildren to have the freedom to marry the person they love.
Kip Tokuda speaks out about the importance of strong family bonds - and why all people should be able to start their family with the legal protections of marriage.
This Army National Guard servicemember and first-generation American talks why marriage matters in Washington.
Tacoma Mayor Strickland talks about her own partnership with her husband, why marriage matters, and why all people should have the freedom to marry.
Cristina and Monica, a married couple in New York, talk about the hardships caused by the Defense of Marriage Act.
Lutheran minister Reverend Gib Rossing and his wife, Beth Rossing, talking about their son Jonathan and their hopes for him to be able to marry his long-term partner Ryan.
With growing support in every sector of American society, it's time for the freedom to marry.
The story of Ron Wallen shows how the so-called Defense of Marriage Act hurts gay couples.