People are celebrating after the US Supreme court ruled that same-same couples have the right to marry.
The US joins 20 countries across the world in legalising marriage for same-sex couples. People celebrated at the capital and across the states.
And set up flags at New York City Hall building.
City Hall was prepared to celebrate gay marriage ruling with not one but 5 rainbow flags. pic.twitter.com/yV8qQEvdijhyphen; Grace Rauh (@gracerauh) June 26, 2015
People gathered in San Francisco.
People said they couldn’t wait to tell their loved ones about the landmark decision.
Today I get to tell my kids #lovewins!hyphen; Sarah Rafferty (@sarahgrafferty) June 26, 2015
Can't wait to tell my kids and grandkids about being alive the day marriage equality happened #LoveWinshyphen; Cordelia Addington (@CordeliaAdd) June 26, 2015
And it's my nephew's birthday too. I can't wait to tell him about the importance of this day. #LoveWinshyphen; Charles Dulaney (@cdulaney85) June 26, 2015
And others reminded that the fight for same-sex marriage is far from over.Reuse content