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Ecuador's high court approves the right for same-sex couples to marry

Ecuador approves the right for same-sex couples to marry.

Same-sex couples in Ecuador have a reason to celebrate this week as the country's highest court legalized same-sex marriage on Wednesday. 

Five members of the nine in the Constitutional Court voted in favor of the law as a result of two cases they heard involving two same-sex couples who wanted to marry.

Motorcycle vandalists could face hate crime charges for defacing Pride crosswalk

A new $30,000 rainbow crosswalk unveiled in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Monday, June 3 was quickly defaced when about a dozen motorcyclists took the opportunity to burn rubber and leave tire marks across it.

The vandals could face a hefty fine or be charged with a hate crime if caught. 

Nicole M. Ramirez honored with keys to two cities

 Nicole M. Ramirez honored with keys to two cities.

A San Diego LGBT activist and community leader was honored with not one, but two "Keys to the City" late last month. 

City Commissioner Nicole M. Ramirez, or "the Mayor of Hillcrest," was bestowed this rare honor by mayors Jackie Biskupski and Linda Gorton of Salt Lake City, Utah, and Lexington, Kentucky respectively.