Marriage Equality: In Photos

Check out our full Oct. 24-Nov. 6 print edition commemorating the historic moments as marriage equality came to North Carolina.

Scott Lindsley, foreground, waits outside the Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds on Oct. 9 for a ruling striking down North Carolina’s anti-LGBT constitutional amendment on marriage.  With him are his mother Carol Hopkins, partner Joey Hewell and photographer Jennifer Hogan. Photo Credit: Grant Baldwin (grantbaldwinphoto.com)

Scott Lindsley, foreground, waits outside the Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds on Oct. 9 for a ruling striking down North Carolina’s anti-LGBT constitutional amendment on marriage. With him are his mother Carol Hopkins, partner Joey Hewell and photographer Jennifer Hogan.
Photo Credit: Grant Baldwin (grantbaldwinphoto.com)

Hewell and Lindsley wed outside the Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds office on Oct. 13, with Lindsley’s stepfather and mother present. Photo Credit: Grant Baldwin (grantbaldwinphoto.com)

Hewell and Lindsley wed outside the Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds office on Oct. 13, with Lindsley’s stepfather and mother present.
Photo Credit: Grant Baldwin (grantbaldwinphoto.com)

- - - advertisement - - -
State Sen. Jeff Jackson speaks to media on Oct. 10 during an Equality North Carolina press remarks.  Photo Credit: Grant Baldwin (grantbaldwinphoto.com)

State Sen. Jeff Jackson speaks to media on Oct. 10 during an
Equality North Carolina press remarks.
Photo Credit: Grant Baldwin (grantbaldwinphoto.com)

Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds J. David Granberry, right in blue, updates couples, supporters and media on the afternoon of Oct. 10. Photo Credit: Grant Baldwin  (grantbaldwinphoto.com)

Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds J. David Granberry, right in blue, updates couples, supporters and media on the afternoon of Oct. 10.
Photo Credit: Grant Baldwin (grantbaldwinphoto.com)

Jerry Read, left, and Thom Hall, right, finalize the process to receive their marriage license in Mecklenburg County on the morning of Oct. 13. Photo Credit: Jennifer Hogan  (hoganimaging.com)

Jerry Read, left, and Thom Hall, right, finalize the process to receive their marriage license in Mecklenburg County on the morning of Oct. 13.
Photo Credit: Jennifer Hogan (hoganimaging.com)

- - - advertisement - - -
A supportive couple arrived at the Register of Deeds office on Oct. 13 with colorful cupcakes in tow.  Photo Credit: Grant Baldwin (grantbaldwinphoto.com)

A supportive couple arrived at the Register of Deeds office on Oct. 13 with colorful cupcakes in tow.
Photo Credit: Grant Baldwin (grantbaldwinphoto.com)

Members of the Charlotte Pride Band serenaded happy couples as they existed the Mecklenburg Register of Deeds office. The band played a medley of “Going to the Chapel of Love” and Felx Mendelssohn’s traditional “Wedding March.” Photo Credit: Jennifer Hogan (hoganimaging.com)

Members of the Charlotte Pride Band serenaded happy couples as they existed the Mecklenburg Register of Deeds office. The band played a medley of “Going to the Chapel of Love” and Felx Mendelssohn’s traditional “Wedding March.”
Photo Credit: Jennifer Hogan (hoganimaging.com)

A couple kisses in anticipation of their  marriage license as they and others await the Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds to open on Oct. 13. Photo Credit: Ryan Sumer (Fenix Photography)

A couple kisses in anticipation of their marriage license as they and others await the Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds to open on Oct. 13.
Photo Credit: Ryan Sumer (Fenix Photography)

- - - advertisement - - -