LGBT flash mob marriage proposal in Central Park
On June 26, 2015 the U.S. Supreme Court struck down all state bans on same-sex marriage, legalized it in all fifty states, and required states to honor out-of-state same-sex marriage licenses in the case Obergefell v. Hodges. This was a historic moment, which brings LGBT couples from all over the world to the United States.
Right now the USA is among the 29th other countries that supports the same-sex marriages.
A lot of LGBT couples are getting engaged in Central Park and there is a reason for it. Central Park has lots of connections with the LGBT community since its creation in 1857, including many areas popular for meeting and cruising, associations with Gay Pride Marches, and its restoration in the 1980s.
Beginning in 1970, the first Gay Pride Marches (then known as the Christopher Street Liberation Day March) followed a route from Greenwich Village to Central Park.
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