Eight couples share vows in Ecuador’s first same-sex marriages

Just as she didn’t believe in love at first sight, she couldn’t imagine that their relationship would become a struggle, Pamela Troya confessed to Gabriela Correa in her wedding vows. Friends, family and activists for the rights of the LGBTI (lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender and intersex) population witnessed the promise of love of the two women who started the fight for equal marriage in Ecuador in 2013. Dressed in black and white, and with the symbolic colors of the rainbow that have accompanied the struggle of same-sex couples, the brides arrived on Monday, August 5, 2019 at the Civil Registry…

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