Sunday Funday Is Seeing These Corgis For the First Time On Your Gay Marriage Day

Hey, ice cream cones! Camp is just around the riverbend, which means every second of my life is filled with butterflies of excitement. But ’til the magic begins, here’s some good gay news to get you through brunch.

Costa Rica’s Gay Gesture

President of Costa Rica Luis Guillermo Solis raised a pride flag next to the national flag Friday because LGBT people are the shit.

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Corgis Being Corgis

These Corgis are TOTALLY FREAKING OUT.

Brides Loving Their Brides

Everyone’s always talking about those adorable “grooms seeing their brides on their wedding day,” but brides seeing their brides on their wedding day is the actual cutest thing ever.

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Russian LGBT Rights Event Proceeds Without Violence

Russian LGBT activists took their pride to the skies this weekend with 13 balloon-filled flashmobs across the country. Unlike many previous LGBT protests, there was no violent backlash.

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The Perfect Dog For 90% of Y’all

A dog raised with a cat. Purrre joy.

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Carmen is the Feminism and Straddleverse Editor at Autostraddle, a Contributing Writer at Everyday Feminism, and Communications Coordinator / Tweeter-in-Chief at the Feminist Majority Foundation. She's mother to the most adorable dog on Earth and hates paying more than one dollar for a good slice of pizza. At times, she self-identifies as "the baddest bitch." She tweets @carmenriosss and writes vague paragraphs about her feelings on Tumblr. You can send her hate mail, love notes, and/or photos of your dog via carmen [at] autostraddle [dot] com.

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    Ten years ago on this day, Massachusetts became the first state in the U.S. to legalize same-sex marriage. Today, 17 states and the District of Columbia have legalized same-sex marriage, and 9 other states are looking to do the same. So let’s celebrate these ten years of progress and look ahead with the hope of many more years to come!

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