Photos Of The Nation Celebrating Gay Marriage Finally Being Legal, Because It's About Time America

The Supreme Court has ruled that states can no longer ban same-sex couples from marrying. The historic 5-4 vote by the Supreme Court Justices was announced Friday morning, just in time for a full weekend of Pride celebrations. The ruling means that any couple, in any state, cannot legally be denied the right to marry. The ruling overturns gay marriage bans that exist in 13 states. Check out our nation celebrating that gay marriage is now a Constitutional right, because it's about damn time America.

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Dancing for equality.

Stonewall Inn, New York City

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Pure joy.

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High five!

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Awaiting the ruling.

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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White House, Washington, D.C.

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Interns, on the most important sprint of their lives.