Two Same-Sex Couples Enjoy Arguably Tacky Wedding Equality

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If you're the type of person who wants to get married on top of the Empire State Building, you should damn well be able to get married on top of the Empire State Building. That is, if you're chosen in the annual competition in which couples submit photos and their love story in hopes of being selected to tie the knot there on Valentine's Day. (And hey, the ceremony is paid for.) This year, two of the four couples chosen made history as the first gay couple to marry atop the Empire State, followed by the first gay New Yorkers to do so. More power to them.