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Alvin Williams and Nigel Simon met at a discussion group for gay black men and have been together for nine years. They live on a quiet, suburban cul-de-sac, and have three adopted children.
Williams says their pastors would marry them in a heartbeat. But they were turned down when they applied for a marriage license in Prince George's County.
The men are among the plaintiffs in a lawsuit that seeks to legalize same-sex marriage in Maryland. On December Fourth, attorneys for nine homosexual couples and one gay man will argue before the Court of Appeals...
Related: Meet the couple via freedomtomarry.org