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    The Gay Marriage Treasure Map

    Want to get married? Love someone gay? Google Maps meets gay marriage.

    Crosscut can't tell you where to purchase pot legally in Washington (largely because buying pot is still illegal), but we can show you where to get married if you're in the market for a same-sex wedding. To help spread the word about queer-friendly venues, churches and other officiators, we've created a new interactive map of same-sex-friendly wedding locales. 

    Though we've tried hard to create a comprehensive list of gay-friendly officiators (drawing on info from the Pride Foundation, phone calls and other research), we're only human and we're bound to have missed a few spots. So, we hope you'll step up to submit venues that we've missed, especially the many new locales popping up every day. Submit new locations through the map website or in the comments section below.

     

     

     


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    Comments:

    Posted Thu, Dec 6, 7:33 a.m. Inappropriate

    Please consider http://springstreetcenter.com/ as a venue for your special event. It is one of the warmest and least expensive venues for these kinds of events and is located at 15th & Spring, just sound of Union. 206.422.5002 is the number for me, Paul Nelson, rental agent.

    Splabman

    Posted Thu, Dec 6, 7:38 a.m. Inappropriate

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    Splabman

    Posted Thu, Dec 6, 10:01 a.m. Inappropriate

    I applaud you, Crosscut. This is excellent and a great example of what news sites can do with technology.

    When pot finally does become legal to sell in WA, you know what to do.

    Jon Sayer

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