In case you missed the earlier live stream, here is video of the first same-sex couples to marry in Washington D.C. this morning. The first couple to tie the knot was Angelisa Young and Sinjoyla Townsend, followed by Reginald Stanley and Rocky Galloway and Rev. Elder Darlene Garner and Rev. Lorilyn Candy Holmes.
Also, in case you didn't see it earlier, the Washington Post profiles how Angelisa and Sinjoyla met and fell in love at the University of the District of Columbia:
"Young felt the attraction first. Throughout the semester, she found excuses to pass Townsend fliers for the political activist group that she belonged to on campus; she was devastated when she later found those fliers left behind after class. She would go to watch Townsend shoot hoops, even though she hates sports. 'She would be reading books at the game,' Townsend teases. Young would come into the gymnasium in her girlie high-heeled boots, in clothes completely ridiculous for a basketball court. Young protests: 'I was trying!'"