My husband Nathan and I were wed on March 1, 2008. We decided to take a good portion of our wedding gifts and donate them to the creation of this site. We live in Atlanta, Georgia, and while our wedding was a beautiful event for us, our friends and our family, the truth is that it is not legally recognized, and this pains us both. And so I want to thank you, Nathan, for helping me with this project, and helping us fund it. To say I love you seems inadequate, because I will say it anyway. You are my guidepost, and you keep me reminded of what’s truly important in life, and I thank and love you for that.
If you’d like to see a small slideshow of our wedding, take a look here!-
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Seth Persily is a member of the Georgia Bar and a cum laude graduate of Harvard Law School. While at Harvard, Mr. Persily served as Publisher of the Harvard Law Record and co-President of the Lambda Law Association. Mr. Persily obtained his undergraduate degree from Duke University, where he served as President of the Duke Gay, Bisexual & Lesbian Association. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa, with a B.A. in Religion and a minor in Gay & Lesbian Studies.
Mr. Persily worked at the Atlanta law firm of Sutherland, Asbill & Brennan before opening his own practice, Persily & Associates, which concentrates on employment discrimination and real estate law. He serves on the Board of Directors for Georgia Equality as well as YouthPride.