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New York Rings In Marriage Equality at Stonewall Inn & Beyond

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On Tuesday, the Stonewall Inn won a hard-fought battle for landmark designation. The West Village site has long been heralded as the birthplace of the modern Gay Rights movement, and with the Supreme Court's unprecedented ruling announced on Friday morning to legalize same-sex marriage nationwide, it has become the pooling location for those looking to celebrate the historic decision. In all, it's been a week that New Yorkers can be proud of. Here now, how the city over is celebrating the historic day, especially at Stonewall Inn, on social media.

Watching and waiting...

A photo posted by Scott Bixby (@scottbix) on



Victory. #Stonewall #0626 #HappyPride #SCOTUS #NYC #marriage #somerandomhappydude #marriageequality #obergefell

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#lovewins #scotusmarriage #gay #pride #lgbt #NYC

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Congrats America for finally viewing all love as equal. #marriageequality #gaymarriage #marriage #celebrate photo by @westelmchelsea

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Done. #MarriageEquality ❤️

A photo posted by Katerina Caliva (@katerinacaliva) on



Terrible zoom, but some ships are now flying #pride colors #SCOTUSMarriage

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Stonewall Inn

53 Christopher Street New York, NY